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More to the Raisman Story in the “The New Yorker” by D.T. Max

Remember Darek Fidyka’s historical olfactory transplant that produced “real” results in the chronically-injured last year? The New Yorker speaks with Darek and his doctor on what has been happening since with his progress. Here’s the LINK to the New Yorker … Continue reading

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Prof. Geoff Raisman of University College London: paralyzed patient walks again after cell transplant and nerve grafting

The big media news today about paralysis is actually a continuation of one of the scientific papers published last year in Cell Transplantation, but it is unique in many ways. “Transplantation of Autologous Olfactory Ensheathing Cells in Complete Human Spinal … Continue reading

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