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Twin Cities Doctors Receive Grant To Study Promising Therapy For Spinal Cord Injuries

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A breakthrough therapy for spinal cord injury patients just got a big boost here in Minnesota. A state grant was just awarded to researchers at the University of Minnesota and Hennepin County Medical Center to study epidural spinal cord stimulation. 52 more words

Chronic Spinal Cord Injury Research

Sports Greats Boost Fundraiser For Spinal Cord Injury Research

ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) — On Saturday night, the Jack Jablonski Believe in Miracles Foundation announced a $300,000 contribution to groundbreaking research at the Mayo Clinic to help those suffering from spinal cord injuries. 294 more words


Paralyzed Minnesota Hockey Player Now Freshman At USC

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A former Minnesota high school hockey player paralyzed during a game in 2011 is now a freshman at the University of Southern California. 253 more words


Benilde honors Jack Jablonski, hangs No. 13 from the rafters

Benilde retires Jack Jablonski’s jersey before this game with Hill-Murray. pic.twitter.com/v2dTatqQmN

— Gary N. Carlson (@garyncarlson) December 6, 2014

Jack Jablonski’s number now hangs in the rafters at the St.

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20,000 Wild Fans Tap Sticks To Support Jablonski's Fight Against Spinal Injuries

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The most powerful moment of Saturday night’s Wild game may have been between periods–in the stands.

It involves the tradition of hockey players tapping their sticks on the ice when a player is seriously hurt. 349 more words


Jablonski To Lead Hockey's Biggest Stick Tap

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Former Minnesota prep hockey player Jack Jablonski will take the ice at Saturday’s Wild-Stars game to help raise awareness of spinal cord injury research. 119 more words


Jablonski Says He Made His Foot Move

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Jack Jablonski, the high school hockey player who was injured during a game three years ago, says he reached another milestone since that hit on the ice left him paralyzed. 115 more words