Monthly Archives: June 2013

Running because he still can!

Raymond Luxa is lucky to be able to walk, let alone run. In 2007 he suffered a serious back injury which came very close to leaving him a paraplegic. After such a narrow escape Raymond is keen to help those…

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15th Annual Golf Day

Monday 15th September 2013 Camden Lakeside Country Cub, 50 Raby Road, Catherine Field. The Macarthur Lions Club have set the date for this year’s Golf Day. Mark Monday 9th September 2013 in your calendars. This has been chosen to coincide…

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A step closer to clinical trials

In 2005, thanks to a generous bequest from the late Lisa Palmer, SpinalCure was able to fund the establishment of the Lisa Palmer Consortium. The consortium, headed by SpinalCure co-founder and Director, Professor Perry Bartlett, comprises scientists from the Queensland…

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Your fat may be a source pluripotent of stem cells

Researchers based at the University of California, Los Angeles announced that they’ve found an abundant, cheap, easy-to-obtain source of stem cells that could prove to be ideal for regenerating all the basic tissue types of the human body. That source is…

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