I have been a tetraplegic since my neck was broken in a traffic accident almost 26 years ago. With a background in the History and Methodology of Science, I am acutely aware of the fact that what were yesterday’s impossibilities are quite often tomorrow’s commonplaces. Nevertheless, I live for this sort of news, not just for the hope that I might still get my body back, but for what it brings to the fight against the vast range of neurodegenerative disorders that are steadily afflicting an increasing proportion of the population.
I was so touched by your comment. Your comment gives me the energy to continue. We never should give up hope. Yours Sylvia