1. spinal cord wounds is that cells in the nervous system, which includes the brain, spinal cord, and sensory nerves, typically do not regenerate; therefore, when damage is inflicted to any of these areas, the chances of recovery are usually less than 1%. 2. They reside inside the human nasal cavity are constantly regenerating. What was even more exciting is that in laboratory experiments on rats and dogs, the OECs were able to reconnect damaged nerves in the animals’ nervous systems, allowing them to regain their mobility. 3. Raisman, who published the results of the study in the scientific journal, Cell Transplantation on October 20th, is now trying to raise funds so that he can conduct similar surgeries on ten other patients and monitor their progress in a controlled clinic environment. His ultimate goal is to “develop the procedure to a point where it can be rolled out as a worldwide general approach”, so that the three million paralyzed people all over the world may someday soon, have a chance to walk again.