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Eight years after leaving Carlos Lima’s clinic in Portugal, having paid him to take tissue from her nose and transplant it into her spinal cord, a young Iowa woman developed pain at the implant site. Turns out a tumor-like growth had formed on her cord. Surgeons in Iowa City removed a one-inch growth, described elsewhere as “mainly nasal... more...
Posted by Sam Maddox on Spinal Cord Injury Research Jul 22, 2014 12:47 PM EDT
When I was growing up, I used to think of Winter as the most dangerous season. It required the most work in preparation for its arrival, as it was necessary to stock up on firewood and to put the snow tires back on the family car for another season. Electric bills shot up, as the furnace worked hard to keep our house warm throughout the Winter. Periods of... more...
Posted by Michael Collins on Life After Paralysis Jul 21, 2014 3:18 PM EDT
I take discrimination and oppression very personally because I know first-hand the dehumanizing affects of both of them, how they feel, what they look like and how they smell. Yes, I said discrimination and oppression have a smell, they smell like fear, the fear of the unknown, the fear that comes from ignorance and the ultimate true definition of fear,... more...
Posted by Candace on Life After Paralysis Jul 19, 2014 8:05 PM EDT

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