Paralyzed Dogs Walk Again With Nose Cell Transplant

May Hay, a dog lover, used to cart her 10-year-old dachshund, Jasper, around in a trolley because his short hind legs were paralyzed after he was hit by a car. But after researchers took some cells from the dog's nose -- that's right, his nose -- and implanted them in his injured spine as part of a new study, Jasper could walk again. "Now, he whizzes around the house and garden and is able to keep up with the other dogs," Hay told BBC. "It's wonderful." Jasper was one of 34 dogs with...Full Story
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