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Thread: 'Nerve bypass' helps paralysed man move arm

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    Quote Originally Posted by rjames View Post
    This sounds like a similar approach to what Dr. Brown is doing at UCSD in San Diego. I am going to accompany a quadriplegic friend of mine next week when he meets with Dr. Brown about getting the procedure done.
    Please let us know your thoughts afterwards. We are setting up an appointment for our son in January.

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    Both Dr. Justin Brown and Dr. Jerry Silver will be presenting in Irvine CA on November 1 - 2nd for anyone interested. http://www.unite2fightparalysis.org/2012_agenda

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    I saw the video, but I didn´t see any real hand/finger movement, only usual C7 quad wrist movement. Im missing something?
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    Why the difference in hand recovery between this tow clips is so big?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yvawDbkixz8

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    Quote Originally Posted by Isildur View Post
    I saw the video, but I didn´t see any real hand/finger movement, only usual C7 quad wrist movement. Im missing something?
    Says arm, no hand finger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rjames View Post
    This sounds like a similar approach to what Dr. Brown is doing at UCSD in San Diego. I am going to accompany a quadriplegic friend of mine next week when he meets with Dr. Brown about getting the procedure done.
    Any thoughts you can share? Did your friend have the procedure?

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