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The trials of living and working with spinal cord injury

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Latest news

  • Calling participants for ASICS 10k!

    ***Asics 10k Run 5th July London, 2020***** Are you interested in this event as a runner or wheelchair participant for Stoke Mandeville Spinal Research? We'll provide the place but ask that you raise a minimum sponsorship of £200. Sounds like you? Click on the story, register and start fundraising for us... Read more

  • Support our London Marathon runner!

    We are delighted that Amy Carter will be running this year's London Marathon to raise funds for us. Amy's Uncle Tim sustained a high level spinal cord injury in the Summer of 2019 and is currently in rehabilitation at the National Spinal Injuries Centre, Stoke Mandeville. Click on the link above to read more about Amy's story and support her Just Giving appeal. Read more

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  • Spotlight on SMSR Ambassador Ralph Charlwood

    Stoke Mandeville Spinal Research Ambassadors play a vital role in communicating everyday life of living with a spinal cord injury and how our research can help improve quality of life Read more

  • Stoke Mandeville Spinal Research & Bush & Co Announce 2020 Partnership!

    We are delighted to announce our continued Gold partnership with Bush & Co, the UK's largest provider of case management services in the UK, offering the coordination of rehabilitation care and support to those who have suffered a catastrophic injury. A number of joint activities are planned throughout the year, helping to raise awareness about the secondary complications following spinal cord injury. Read more

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