Monthly Archives: May 2012

Rosalind Nicholson – a legacy lives on …

In 1966, Rosalind Nicholson, aged only 17, began to study for a teaching career at Bathurst Teachers’ College. That same year she suffered a spinal cord injury which resulted in quadriplegia. Ros was staying with her friend, Barbara, on a farm on…

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New clinical trial for acute SCI

A clinical trial is underway by the US based, Japanese owned firm Asubio for their SUN13837 molecule. This trial is for acute (new) cervical injuries. They are hoping for an incredible 2-level improvement in quadriplegic patients. The difference this would…

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