Jack Jablonski Bel13ve in Miracles Foundation is driven to advance medical research and innovative treatments that are achieving victories over paralysis. Our vision is a world where paralysis is no longer permanent.
Please join us on Saturday, November 4 for A NIGHT TO BEL13VE -2017
With our research partner the Mayo Clinic, the BEL13VE Foundation is funding the first patients in an amazing project that is changing what is possible in paralysis recovery.
Being a part of a miracle is fun too – enjoy a great dinner, a lively program, and an exciting NHL hockey game between the Minnesota Wild & Chicago Blackhawks.
Full event packages with Pre-Game Party, Dinner, Program, and NHL Game tickets start at $150
Don’t delay – this is the a sell-out game. Once our tickets are gone, they are gone.
The big message here is that people with a spinal cord injury no longer need to think they have a lifelong sentence of paralysis.”
Dr. Roderic Pettigrew, Director
Paralysis is no longer permanent. The miracle is now out there. It’s called epidural stimulation, and it is already helping trial patients regain some of the functions and mobility they had been told they’d never have again.
Thank you golfers, sponsors, and volunteers for coming together to help make recovery possible.
The first epidural stimulation procedures were successfully performed on human patients with chronic paralysis at the University of Louisville beginning in 2011. The amazing results achieved were reported in medical journals in 2012 (Lancet) and 2014 (BRAIN).
The Mayo Clinic’s successful replication of these results, published in April 2017, completes an important step that is essential to securing FDA approval for general use of this procedure to restore abilities once considered permanently lost with paralysis.
More than 6 million Americans live with paralysis today, including 1.3 million who suffered an injury to their spinal cord.
Together, we can get up from anything. Believe. —Jack”