hi i'm asking for my friend wich is paralised becouse of an accident at work abaut 18 months ago. hi made an surgery intervention here in Greece and the doctor said to him that he had damaged the 12 thoracic vertebra and 70 % of medulla spinalis was damaged also. but the doctor sad that if he makes an another intervention things cood change and hi will be able to walk again. i want to now it is true? and if yes how can we find the best neurosurgeon for intervention. i'm sorry for my bad english. i hope you will read thish please. thank you.
thanks. but the doctor said us to make a try in other countrys becouse here in greece they can't do nothing, can u help me which are the best hospitals in europe or USA for neurosurgery departaments and whow we can contact with them? thanks a lot.
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