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Although there is no cure for spinal cord injury yet, new advances in the search for an SCI cure are being made every day. Here you will find selected articles about some of the latest developments in SCI research and links to the organizations conducting this research*:

Acorda Theraputics

CenterWatch - Clinical Trials

Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation

Clinical Trials.gov

Craig Hospital

Global Applied Disability Research

Medical Breakthroughs

Miami Project to Cure Paralysis

Proneuron Biotechnologies

Reeve-Irvine Research Center

Rehabilitation Research Center

Spinal Cord Injury Program - Restorative
Treatment and Research

Spinal Cord Research Center

Spinal Cord Society

Spinal Research Trust

Traumatic Brain & Spinal Cord Injury Projects

University of Alabama's SCI Information Network

For information about other medical organizations working in the SCI field, please visit our Helpful Resources webpage.

* These links are offered as an information service and are not intended to cover all treatments nor research in the field, nor is it an endorsement of the methods mentioned therein.

Do you have a cervical spinal cord injury and live in the United States?  If so, you qualify for the following research survey.

Arm and Hand Function Research Survey

The Reeve-Irvine Research Center is conducting a research study to determine more details about the arm/hand impairments experienced by men and women with cervical spinal cord injuries and their knowledge about surgical options to increase function.  The information gained from this study will be used to help scientists and medical doctors develop experiments addressing these issues, with the aim of developing therapeutic treatments for people living with SCI.  For more information please contact Dr. Kim Anderson at kanderso@uci.edu or call 949-824-0056.  All information will be kept strictly confidential.

Please pass this information on to fellow people living with SCI!

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