Paralyzed former Citadel player Marc Buoniconti assists ailing father – Charleston Post Courier


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Paralyzed former Citadel player Marc Buoniconti assists ailing father
Charleston Post Courier
When Marc went down with his injury, Nick promised to dedicate himself to not only helping his son survive and progress, but to seeking a cure to paralysis. … Nick's health problems also have Marc looking into research for head trauma and brain disease.
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Boy was essentially brain dead the day he received fatal injuries – Gillette News Record

Boy was essentially brain dead the day he received fatal injuries
Gillette News Record
That just confirmed the doctors' beliefs that Caiden would not survive the injuries, O'Neill said. On Aug. 7, Caiden was put on an EEG to monitor his brain activity because severe brain injuries often increase the risk of seizures, Demasellis said. The

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Paralyzed ex-player Marc Buoniconti assists ailing father – The News Tribune


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Paralyzed ex-player Marc Buoniconti assists ailing father
The News Tribune
Nick's health problems also have Marc looking into research for head trauma and brain disease. Marc first learned of the issues plaguing former NFL players from Hall of Fame linebacker Harry Carson, and he's seen the conversation expand since the movie …

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Evidence of second child death, child abuse being allowed in child murder trial – MLive.com


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Evidence of second child death, child abuse being allowed in child murder trial
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In an interview with Blackman-Leoni Township Public Safety Detective Joseph Merritt, Jurewicz admitted he shook Brenden, according to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, which initially took court action against Hartranft out of

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North England's first plasma patient survives plethora of injuries – AirMed and Rescue Magazine

North England's first plasma patient survives plethora of injuries
AirMed and Rescue Magazine
Such were the severity of those injuries, we weren't really expecting him to survive. But nevertheless we used all the tools at our disposal, including plasma. In order to prevent ongoing damage to the brain, you have to preserve blood flow. Being able

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