Possibilities for the Impossible
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Possibilities for the Impossible

In 1974, Pat Rummerfield was paralyzed in a car accident. After 17 years of therapy, he regained his ability to walk. Today, Pat serves as a role model and research subject at Baltimore's Kennedy Krieger Institue, where other quadriplegics and paraplegics are undergoing intensive experimental therapies.Video by: Nancy DonaldsonPhotos Courtesy of Pat RummerfieldMedical Marvel

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