I receive updates from a great Internet site called, ‘The Spinal Cord Injury Zone.’ It is run by a young man named Michael Feger. He helps keep the world up-to-date on the latest progress that is being made in the treatment of spinal cord injuries. They have access to the latest SCI research worldwide and they publish that information on their SCI Internet site.
Since I have been living for over 50 years with a spinal cord injury, I wanted to share this latest information with the rest of the people who read my blog, My Mixed Blog. I’m sure many people around the world will find this very interesting. I correspond with one man in Pakistan, his son has a severe spinal injury. I know he will be very glad to read about this.
Happy New Year to everyone. The Spinal Cord Injury Zone receives and appreciate support from people around the globe.
If other paralyzed primates walk, will humans?
Posted: 23 Dec 2016 01:05 AM PST
In the annals of breathtaking scientific advances, it’s hard to top this recent news headline: “Paralyzed Monkeys Can Walk Again With Wireless Brain-Spine Connection.” This is legit? Yes. How so? Scientists implant a chip in a monkey’s brain that sends wireless signals through a computer to electrodes in the lower back. The system stimulates a… Continue Reading »