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The CatWalk Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) Research Trust raises funds to support the body of scientific opinion which says a cure for SCI will be found. Our goal is to enable SCI sufferers to walk again – we want people out of wheelchairs and back on their feet.
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Spinal cord injuries have a devastating impact not only on those affected but also on their families. We aim to support pioneering research and discovery that points the way to repairing damage to the spinal cord.
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By Stephen Beech, SWNS August 16, 2017 | 3:03pm A chemical “cocktail” could restore movement for people crippled after suffering spinal cord injuries, suggests new research. Scientists say the mixture of three molecules could potentially be given therapeutically to...read more
MD Stem Cells coordinates latest technologies to advance stem cell treatment of paraplegia The brain and the spinal cord are very adaptable and it is hoped that increasing spinal neuron stimulation through Exoskeleton and Virtual Reality will help increase the stem...read more
Tickets are now available for Equitana Auckland, 23 - 26th November 2017. CatWalk are excited to be involved as the Official Charity Partner Trust general manager Meg Speirs says they are both “delighted and honoured” to be involved. “This is a wonderful opportunity...read more
Japanese medical group to seek approval with an eye toward 2018 launch OSAKA -- Medical equipment maker Nipro could commercialize next year a stem-cell-based treatment seen allowing people with spinal cord injuries to walk again. The Osaka-based company has carried...read more