Free Research Lectures

July 2012
PN;Jul2012, Vol. 66 Issue 7, p52
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the availability of the free lecture series in spinal-cord injuries (SCI) and stem cell research for download, which were organized by the SCI Support Group at the Sharp Rehab Center in San Diego, California from April to June 2012.


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