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The charity was set up by Pat Llewellyn, of Coundon, shortly after the birth of her daughter Alison who was brain-damaged after receiving medication.
But his supporters said his first trial was unfair because it was not revealed he was brain-damaged by beatings from his abusive father, who refused to get him medical help for skull injuries.
Mrs Schiavo, 41, has been brain-damaged since a 1990 collapse.
The researchers examined 10 patients in whom brain damage had blocked much language understanding, 10 brain-damaged individuals with no language problems, and 58 healthy adults.
THE family of a brain-damaged criminal are at "breaking point", a court heard yesterday.
Although all participants had normal IQ scores, both groups of brain-damaged patients lost money on this task, while most healthy volunteers picked cards that produced a profit.
The 29-year-old, of Whitburn, West Lothian, was left brain-damaged after an attack four years ago.
65million yesterday - for an operation that left him brain-damaged 32 years ago.
Of the nearly 2,000 brain-damaged people who have been studied by cognitive neuroscientists at the University of Iowa College of Medicine in Iowa City, a handful have exhibited curiously fine-grained gaps in their knowledge about the world.
A BRAIN-DAMAGED girl who was treated with potentially lethal sheep cell injections later walked for the first time, a court heard yesterday.
The other brain-damaged patients recalled far less and performed on a par with seven healthy adults given the objects without having seen the demonstrations.
ELEVEN brain-damaged children could have died after being injected with animal cells, a court heard yesterday.