Dr. Barth Green
A man, paralyzed two times, concluded a 2,100 mile ride in South Florida.
The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis has taken their first step in a clinical trial involving the transfer of Schwann cells to assist in the healing of a spinal cord injury.
When a devastating earthquake struck Haiti two and a half years ago, it changed the lives of millions of people, not only those affected by the quake but those who are now working to rebuild the country.
Most of the news out of Haiti recently has been about how the country is recovering from the devastating earthquake two and a half years ago.
Shortly after the devastating earthquake in Haiti two and a half years ago, a non-profit started by two University of Miami doctors opened one of the only critical care hospitals in the country.
Behind the scenes at a recent fashion shoot for Ocean Drive Magazine, was a typical shoot atmosphere with makeup, wardrobe and models. But the ladies aren’t the usual cover girls, they are what the magazine is calling “Real Miami Beauties,” and they’ll be featured in an upcoming issue.
Nicolle and David Bompart have dealt with loss in their lives, but their journey turned into a nightmare after bullets rang out in the Haitian capital of Port-Au-Prince.
Nearly two years after a devastating earthquake ravaged the island nation of Haiti, there is still frustration over the slow movement in improving the impoverished nation.