View Poll Results: Please answer if you had spinal cord injury:

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  • I was injured <1990 and recovered more than my doctor predicted

    11 6.75%
  • I was injured <1990 and recovered about what my doctor predicted.

    9 5.52%
  • I was injured <1990 and recovered less than what my doctor predicted

    2 1.23%
  • I was injured <1990 and my doctor did not provide any prediction of recovery

    12 7.36%
  • I was injured 1990-2000 and recovered more than my doctor predicted

    15 9.20%
  • I was injured 1990-2000 and recoverd about what my doctor predicted

    11 6.75%
  • I was injured 1990-2000 and recovered less than what my doctor predicted.

    3 1.84%
  • I was injured 1990-2000 and my doctor did not provide any prediction of recovery

    9 5.52%
  • I was injured >2000 and recovered more than what my doctor predicted

    32 19.63%
  • I was injured >2000 and recovered about what my doctor predicted.

    16 9.82%
  • I was injured >2000 and recovered less than what my doctor predicted.

    8 4.91%
  • I was injured >2000 and my doctor did not provide any prediction of recovery

    35 21.47%
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Thread: The Chronic Myth

  1. #291
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    donz u jag
    C-5, 6 SCI. Took about 6 months to walk. Walking full time. Without any assistance since Nov. 2003 and will make a full recovery

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    donzie, you are a funny guy. I had no idea. I guess humour is the next best thing in dealing with this whole sorry cure business.
    Step up, stand up for:
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    'He not busy being born is busy dying." <Bob Dylan>

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    donz,

    You mis-spelled "schemky".

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    This is very cute. Good script! Tell the government, see if they care or can remotely take the time to understand.
    Quote Originally Posted by donz
    Presenting: Every Cure thread in a nutshell

    Manouli: "OMG. The daily CURE!"
    random: "Mr young?"
    Wise young: "Shit's wack, GO ChinaSCI (financially, ethically, governmentally, environmentally etc..-permitting)"
    DA: "CURE NOW...oh wait government financial support, nevermind that may decrease my chances of bearing Bush's child."
    Spider girl: "WHAT IS THE HOLDUP... I see all these working legs around me, mine obviously should work."
    Schmecky: "I've created close bonds with every SCI researcher in the United States, some even going as far as referring to me as 'The Schmeckster' and on rare, although refreshing occasion 'Honey Schmecks' they all seem to agree... Briefs are the way to go. Oh the cure, i can't say much except "yes, no, now, future, never" (if ya know what i mean )."

    ...To Be repeated: Tomorrow
    this seemed to be the best way to express how i feel
    UNDAMAGEDGOODS,

    Not true. Much too discuss. We'll get there.

    Quote Originally Posted by damagedgoods
    10 years for acutes, at least 20 for chronics, and this means maybe gaining a level or two of function. I've done my lab research and the task is just too daunting for the human race!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schmeky
    donz,

    You mis-spelled "schemky".
    Hey Schemky! David, hope you are Okay. Good man. And don’t blame any for misspelling schmeky, difficult for any, had to look here now for typing it right (one of the places above I hope). Anyway, grandfather name was David, -so you must be one of the a good guys he he.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spidergirl
    This is very cute. Good script! Tell the government, see if they care or can remotely take the time to understand.

    UNDAMAGEDGOODS,

    Not true. Much too discuss. We'll get there.
    Spider- The people arranging DC rally with a lot of work and making an effort in DC are helping these days. Any does, support we must give.

  7. #297
    Ultimately my miltary surgeon told me I would never walk. This hurt me deep back in 1991. He made me not want to work out or exercise. I think I need to sue him for discouraging me

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    I think we go for a combination, and exercise meanwhile, you know, a legal approach can take some time.

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