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Archive | March, 2015

Dad Who Runs with Son to Raise Money for CP

Every parent whose child has cerebral palsy remembers the moment that his or her child was diagnosed and how the family decided to cope. For the Snell family of Camas, WA, son Micah’s cerebral palsy, diagnosed when he was about a year and a half old, has resulted in a foundation called Micah’s Miles, which […]

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California Stem Cell Bank

Diseases such as cerebral palsy, autism, epilepsy, and Alzheimer’s have always been little understood and difficult to study ethically in humans. Part of the problem, according to University of California San Diego’s stem cell program chief Larry Goldstein, is all of the diversity present in people affected by these diseases. “We know that many different […]

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Horizon School And Art In The Bank

In Livingston, NJ, there is an art exhibit currently on display at the local Valley National Bank. The colorful paintings and drawings of varied sizes are set up on easels throughout the front lobby, showcasing the work of students from the Horizon School and Horizon High School. As these students proudly show off their handiwork, […]

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