This month’s column is about three molecules, a mom, a tenacious father-in-law and a biotech breakthrough with huge possible implications for people with spinal cord injuries.
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The Massachusetts General Hospital is recruiting volunteers with mobility impairments diagnosed with cancer.
Finding an SCI clinical trial that’s right for you has never been easier.
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No one wants to worry about the possibility of losing more function or suffering from increased pain, but scar tissue and cysts in and on the spinal cord can cause just that for a small percentage of people with SCI. Tim Gilmer talks with wheelers dealing with these unfortunate circumstances to learn how to handle spinal cord complications.
Ali Ingersoll went to China because she feared a cyst would destroy her quality of life. She shares the good, the bad and the weird that came from her sojourn abroad.
Tim Gilmer interviews Dr. Wise Young.
How does spinal cord injury research get paid for? It’s an issue I’ve been trying to understand for the better part of two decades.
New Mobility asked thought leaders in technology, transportation, culture, community and function research to share their big ideas for making the world a better place for wheelchair users. Here's what they said.