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November 2005
PN;Nov2005, Vol. 59 Issue 11, p78
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The article presents information about some newly published books. The book "Ropeless" is a award-winning novel features as its romantic interest the passionate, wise, and frequently funny Danny Cohen, who is a wheelchair user since his spinal injury as a youth. The book "A Moment in Time" also highlights personal triumphs, the peace that a patient, Meena Dhanjal, came to find from her mother, grandmother, and siblings. The book "Spinal Cord Injury: Progress, Promise, Priorities" examines the future direction of spinal-cord-injury research with the goal of accelerating the development of cures.


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