>> What is "Snow White project" ?
It is said that there are hundreds of thousands of people who suffer from locked-in syndrome in the world. They look unconscious and are considered to have no chance of recovery. Until now, they have spent their whole life lying in bed.
However, we have come to recognize that there is a way to regain consciousness and activities like eating, communicating, etc. This project is to glean and spread information on ways to recover (from locked-in syndrome) through communication methods, oral eating, rehabilitation, nursing care, etc.
Everyone, even persons in locked-in state has a thought and has a way to recover. Our goal is to one day make this type of information common knowledge to us all.
Snow White woke up with prince’s love. Like that, this project is filled with love.
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Ms. Katsuko Yamamoto, teacher at the special-needs school, author Human’s mind and thought activate gene function.
Dr. Kazuo Murakami, professor emeritus of Tsukuba University In the documentary I have once introduced a Man who was declared comatose but recovered and eventually got back into society.
Mr. Yuuji Kuroiwa, governor general of Kanagawa prefecture, ex-anchorman Human’s capability is definitely infinite.
Mr. Mikio Nobori, vice-president of Japan Laugh Academy and the chief of healthy long life institute I had no words, when I saw the CT photos of Miyapu’s brain.Miyapu’s recovery isn’t a miracle.
Dr. Suguru Nagahori, deputy director, general manager of trauma department in Yokohama mariner insurance hospital When it comes to life, body and soul, there is a lot we don't know about.
Dr. Yutaka Niihara, medical doctor, professor of UCLA medical department There might be another world beyond our expectation. We may just not know yet.
Dr. Akira Ikegawa, chief of Ikegawa clinic Modern medicine cannot explain how one recovers from comatose condition. But there must be some reason.
Dr. Terumi Okuyama, general manager of Okuyama Hospital, medical corporation Aika-kai Things are made by putting one’s soul into them.
Mr. Yasuo Nakayama, Ise training center Foundation You can surely know other’s thought by knocking on mind door with all your efforts.
Dr. Daiji Akehashi, psychiatrist, general manager of psychosomatic medicine department in Shinsei-kai Toyama Hospital Don’t give up whatever impairments or illnesses you may have.
Mr. Koji Sakamoto, professor of Producing and Creating Faculty in Graduate school of Hosei University