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Sporner, Michelle L.
February 2007
PN;Feb2007, Vol. 61 Issue 2, p30
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The article focuses on the science workshop hosted by the Walter Reed Army Medical Center and the Human Engineering Research Laboratories in Washington D.C. in November 2006. The workshop examines current trends in research and clinical practice for spinal-cord injury (SCI). It aims to provide up-to-date research findings which is relevant to the clinical treatment of people with SCI.


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