By Nancy Valko Editor’s note. This appeared at Nancy’s blog. All emphases are Nancy’s. People with severe brain injuries from accidents, strokes, illness, etc. are often in comas at first. If they don’t die or spontaneously wake up, they can progress to a “persistent vegetative state” (PVS) described as “awake but unaware” and/or a “minimally …Continue reading "Medical Experts Now Agree that Severely Brain-injured Patients are Often Misdiagnosed and May Recover"
By Liz Townsend Editor’s note. This story from our March 2005 is the latest in our “Roe at 40” series which is running all this year. We are reprinting some of the best stories from National Right to Life News extending back to 1973. If you are not a subscriber to NRL News, please call …Continue reading "Brain-Injured Woman Regains Power of Speech after 20 Years"