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    Cool interesting video

    Hi to all

    I just seen this video, and stroke me a question: It is all spinal cord inside chemistry known or is still much to study about that?
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    cool video cypresss .....my dad had a stroke and he recovered very quick ...in few days ...he died 2 years later because of an heart attack.sci is diffrent .our brain send signals but the signals dont go were they supose to go.
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    hi cypress,

    that was good

    my guess is much has been done but much to do.

    take care
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    If you wish to see a real human brain and spinal cord, watch this movie.
    If you're interested about brain and stroke, watch this movie

    One morning, a blood vessel in Jill Bolte Taylor's brain exploded. As a brain scientist, she realized she had a ringside seat to her own stroke. She watched as her brain functions shut down one by one: motion, speech, memory, self-awareness ...

    Amazed to find herself alive, Taylor spent eight years recovering her ability to think, walk and talk. She has become a spokesperson for stroke recovery and for the possibility of coming back from brain injury stronger than before. In her case, although the stroke damaged the left side of her brain, her recovery unleashed a torrent of creative energy from her right. From her home base in Indiana, she now travels the country on behalf of the Harvard Brain Bank as the "Singin' Scientist."

    "How many brain scientists have been able to study the brain from the inside out? I've gotten as much out of this experience of losing my left mind as I have in my entire academic career."

    Jill Bolte Taylor
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    Wow!!!!!!!!!!!!!! that was breathtaking, thanks

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    Thanks for the link Cypress. I read an article about here a while back, but it gave her story no justice after now hearing her tell it. Wow.

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