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Leukocyte fluctuations predict recovery from SCI

This video summarises the findings of research by A/Prof Marc Ruitenberg and his team, into leukocyte fluctuations in traumatic spinal cord injury. The published paper provides the first detailed description as to how the nature and level of a spinal…
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Spinal Cord Injuries in Australia – The case for investing in new treatments

Spinal cord injuries cost Australian economy $74.5b but small investments could reverse the emotional and financial impact. Sydney, 15 December 2020: A new landmark report released today by AlphaBeta, commissioned by SpinalCure Australia and supported by a grant from the icare Foundation (Insurance…

Lloyd’s donate to SpinalCure as part of their covid response

SpinalCure was recently nominated by Lloyds Australia to receive a donation as part of Lloyd’s global charitable response to COVID-19. We are delighted to share that we have now received a very welcome donation of $53,000! To date, 197 charities…
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Non-traumatic spinal cord injury: Barbara’s story

Non-traumatic spinal cord injury occurs when the spinal cord is damaged by something other than major trauma. Many medical issues can lead to these injuries. In fact things like tumours and degenerative disorders are the leading cause of SCIs in…
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CatWalk – Our partners in New Zealand

New Zealand based CatWalk is our featured collaborative organisation this month! CatWalk Spinal Cord Injury Trust was founded by Catriona Williams MNZM in 2005, one of New Zealand’s leading international equestrian riders. A riding accident in 2002 left her a…
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James Gribble: Person of Interest – August 2020

Our Person of Interest for August is James Gribble. We chose him because he is actively trying to improve the lives of Australians living with disabilities through his company Empower Golf. Below he shares how he came to be involved…