|08-22-2006, 01:54 PM||#1|
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Permobil wheelchair from an ER episode, Online bidding
Help people living with Lou Gehrig's disease and own a piece of recent television history. The high tech wheelchair actor James Woods used on an episode of NBC's critically-acclaimed "ER" in a riveting performance as an ALS patient, a role that had earned him an Emmy nomination, is up for bid. The wheelchair, signed by Woods and ER cast members, was donated to The ALS Association by Permobil Inc. The wheelchair's augmentative communications equipment was donated by Eye Response Technologies. Online bidding begins at 8 a.m., Monday, August 21, (EDT).
"ER" Episode Highlights Assistive Technology for ALS, view the article here. For more information about the motorized wheelchair being auctioned, visit Permobil Inc. online.
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