Health & Fitness

March 16, 2015 10:10 PM

Spinal surgery at Miami Project stopped Michael Graves’ paralysis from advancing

Dr. Barth Green operated on Graves for nearly 12 hours, helping the celebrated architect regain the use of his arms and hands after a virus attacked his spinal cord in 2003. Graves would go onto live a full 12 years before passing away last week at age 80.

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