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Joe Tucker is the first civilian to get a hi-tech bionic leg. A 42-year-old father-of-four, Tucker lives with his family in Putnam Valley, NY where he works as the manager of a car dealership. Soon after the birth of his first child, while living in the...
TribLocal - Joliet » NewsMore than a year ago, U.S. Air Force Capt. Tony Simone's helicopter was shot down in Afghanistan five days before he was scheduled to return …...
TribLocal - Tinley Park » NewsSupporters on Saturday will rally behind two local teenagers struggling to overcome paralyzing viruses by participating in the Every Step Counts 5K Run/Walk event at …...
TribLocal - Plainfield » NewsSilver Cross Hospital's new facility in New Lenox doesn't officially open until 2012, but officials are already touting its amenities, such as private rooms with …...
WGN NewsHealing power on the tip of your tongue! When someone goes into a coma -- loved ones hope and pray their voices will penetrate the darkness. But can they really hear? Family members say they believe, but most doctors offer little hope. Now medical proof...
Ever since Scott B. Crane was a boy, his greatest passion was food. So when a rare form of muscular dystrophy confined him to a wheelchair and depleted his body to a frail 70 pounds, Mr. Crane knew "food therapy" would be the perfect prescription for his...
It had been five years since Hailey Danisewicz last thought about bending her left knee. The 20-year-old Northwestern University sophomore was 12 when she was diagnosed with bone cancer in her left leg just above the knee. "I had a few surgeries to...
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Doctors have begun treating a second patient injected with human embryonic stem cells in the spine as part of a landmark Geron Corp clinical trial testing the cells in spinal cord injuries. The patient, who is not being identified, will undergo a...
"Wha hoo," said Lucy, our miniature Australian Shepherd, as she walked into the gymnasium-sized room at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. Lucy spent eight years at RIC, under the direction of medical professionals, helping stroke, spinal cord...
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TribLocal - EvanstonOne dark country road, one bad radio station and one deer combined to change Leo Kirwan’s life forever. The events of that fateful evening 15 …...
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