May 2008
PN;May2008, Vol. 62 Issue 5, p65
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The article presents news briefs related to people with disabilities in the U.S. Students from Gardner-Edgerton High School in Kansas won the third annual JETS/Ability One National Engineering Design Challenge (NEDC). Author Laurance Johnston met with Iceland's senior health officials to discuss the creation of an international spinal cord injury project to be based in Iceland. An increasing number of people with disabilities regularly use wireless technologies.


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