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(07/29/15) Two decades ago, the Brain Trauma Foundation published its first set of guidelines for treating traumatic brain injury. Now, a study has found no evidence that compliance with the guidelines led to lower mortality rates. Click here to read more
(07/23/15) Emergency room physicians treating patients with alcohol-related trauma can better identify those at risk of future drinking-related trauma with a 10-point questionnaire rather than the standard blood alcohol content test, according to a study in The ...read more
(07/15/15) Many an injury will heal, but the damaged spinal cord is notoriously recalcitrant. There's new hope on the horizon, though. A team of researchers led by the University of South Carolina's Jeff Twiss just reported an innate repair mechanism in central nervous ...read more
This is my story of losing a lot but gaining much more at the same time. My motor vehicle accident occurred on June 2, 2006. This was my last day as a Business Development Director at Veteran Communications Corporation. I was driving on Route 175 in Columbia MD, headed to Veteran Communications Corporation to turn in all of my company owned electronics and business proposals or quotes. I was starting a new opportunity in 2 weeks that offered a ...read moreView more survivor stories