information center. Achieve the Unattainable

April 2012
PN;Apr2012, Vol. 66 Issue 4, p45
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The article offers information on the book "Reinventing the Wheel: Self-Healing for Spinal Cord Injuries," by Sharon R. Bard which deals on topics such as spinal cord injuries (SCI) and SCI patients.


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