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A study shows that stem cells therapy may improve sensation and movement after spinal cord injuries. More research is needed, however.

Stem Cells May Improve Sensation and Movement After Spinal Cord Injury, Study Finds

A Mayo Clinic study shows that stem cells derived from someone’s own fat are safe and may improve sensation and movement after a traumatic spinal cord injury. The results of this early research indicate the potential of stem cell therapy to improve the lives of people living with SCI.

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An accessible bathroom is a crucial accessibility feature if you live with paralysis.

These Accessibility Features Will Help You Live at Home Longer With Paralysis

Most people who live with paralysis want to continue living in their own homes for as long as they can. However, as we get older, this can become difficult or impossible without the right accessibility features. Even if you don’t need them now, these changes will make your home much more livable for years to come.

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