Andrew Meas

participant in spinal cord study

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Participant in the University of Louisville spinal cord study who was paralyzed in a motorcycle accident

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New research from UCLA and the University of Louisville in Kentucky helped four paralyzed men do things they thought they'd never do again: stand up and move their legs.

New Treatment for Paralysis

New research from UCLA and the University of Louisville in Kentucky helped four paralyzed men do things they thought they'd never do again: stand up and move their legs.

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