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The importance of preventive healthcare for those with spinal cord injuries is well known. However, research suggests that patients living with SCI may have limited physical access to health care and receive fewer preventative services than able-bodied patients.  In addition, many individuals feel that their medical teams do not... more...
Posted by Community Admin on Daily Dose Oct 25, 2014 9:00 AM EDT
Regarding the big story this week from Poland .... blazed across the front page of the Times in London, Paralyzed Man Walks Again. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a spinal cord injury cure story taken for such a spectacular spin.   First, let’s hear it for Darek Fidyka, the man who got the stab wound who got his nose cells and nerve grafts put... more...
Posted by Sam Maddox on Spinal Cord Injury Research Oct 24, 2014 8:25 PM EDT
Two of the goals of the search for a cure and epidural stimulation are to regain some control of our bowels and bladders. Until those advances become universally available, it behooves us to maintain our systems in top condition for when that day arrives. The following is a recap of my continuing attempt to do that.   I first learned about canals when I was... more...
Posted by Michael Collins on Life After Paralysis Oct 24, 2014 6:31 PM EDT

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