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    Flaccid Paralysis

    my 34 year old son,is suffering with flaccid paralysis of his lower limbs following a road traffic accident in june of 1996,to date after a few surgeries,he is barely able to eat on his own,he can move his wrist but not his fingers.Magnet Resonance Imaging confirms nerve root compression of both c7 nerves at the c6 7 level.
    If anyone out there can give us some hope and information on surgery that result in him walking again i will be grateful. Someone suggested stem cell surgery in china.Can someone Please shed some light on this. Thank you.

    sherry

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    We had information and videos of a partucular woman in Trinidad,who had stem surgery in China,she was having movements in her hands,and is still unable to walk.

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