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Paralyzed 3-year-old Learns to Walk Again

By greger69     Dec 8, 2006 in Health
A 2-year-old paralyzed Kentucky boy learned to walk again after trying a therapy that was financed by the Chrisopher Reeves Foundations Neuro-Recovery Network
The therapy re-attaches the spinal cord how to control motor functions. That miracle is now giving hope to thousands of people including a young mother, Renee Ford whose two-year-old hit his head while jumping on the couch, injuring his spinal cord.
The Christopher Reeve's Foundation has made great strides in spinal cord research and is helping many people with spinal cord injuries
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