March 8-21, 2002
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Former University rector appointed to governors panel
Senators OK plan
Researchers studying the complex process of tissue growth
Music faculty reach out to area students

Sounds of the wild are music to Shatin’s ears

At the Virginia Festival of the Book
Hot Links -- North American Growth in Cerebral Palsy Project
Lincoln personified ethics in politics
Budget Q&A -- second in a series

http://www.people.Virginia.EDU/
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Children with cerebral palsy often do not grow the same as other children, being shorter and thinner than others of the same age. Is this an effect of the disease, or some other factor? Researchers at the Kluge Children’s Rehabilitation Center are among those studying the phenomenon as part of the North American Growth in Cerebral Palsy Project.

 


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