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    Senior Member lynnifer's Avatar
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    Thanks how are you!?

    I meant published material, not media related but thanks though! .. thought I saw in my reading a $6mill grant from NIH for further study but can't find it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lynnifer View Post
    Thanks how are you!?

    I meant published material, not media related but thanks though! .. thought I saw in my reading a $6mill grant from NIH for further study but can't find it.

    I haven't read any published material either ...I read it in GRAMMYs blog

    http://spinalcordresearchandadvocacy...nt-as-walking/

    We need to know more about this ....
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    I want to go, but Seattle's a pretty far drive, and flying sounds ridiculously difficult for a quadriplegic. I'm going to check the roster see if that can convince me.

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    James, look at this guy's story. He's C2 vent dependent, and last year made a 54 hour journey from Sydney, Australia to Boston for W2W. If anyone can give advice on travelling as a quad, it's probably him.

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    James we have flown twice, the only hassles we had were these 3
    1. being treated like you were carrying a bomb took about an extra 15 minutes to get through security
    2. having someone who knows what they are doing transfer you, my wife and I transferred Nick as the attendants looked confused.
    3. will be the last one off the plane, but that is made up by the time you get to the baggage claim ur bags are coming out

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesMcM View Post
    I want to go, but Seattle's a pretty far drive, and flying sounds ridiculously difficult for a quadriplegic. I'm going to check the roster see if that can convince me.
    Considering your posts here, I'd really think that'd be great for you to go James if you can afford and manage it!
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    Anxiousely wait to hear about epidural stimulation trial progress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lunasicc42 View Post
    I haven't read any published material either ...I read it in GRAMMYs blog

    http://spinalcordresearchandadvocacy...nt-as-walking/

    We need to know more about this ....
    Expect disappontments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sue Pendleton View Post
    Muskie, we'll be there so if you have specific questions for someone I'll try to corner them for an answer. Just PM me the list. We'll miss you guys!

    I see the dueling scientists will be together again. Grammy, maybe you could arrange a mud wrestle to raise even more funds?
    I wish I could go just to hopefully se a good scientific duel.

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