Just read this - very disturbing. There is always hope, don't let the Dr's tell him what he can't do in case he believes them.
Plenty of people have proven top speciailists very wrong, lets hope substantial recovery can be made.
It is going to be a long and careful ride home.
Very sad indeed.
Off the respirator, basic arm and limited hand movement, fanging around in an electric chair and learning how to do everything by voice command on a computer. And he wants to come back to work.
I ride, therefore I am.
...real cyclists don't have squeaky chains...
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