After a spinal cord injury, cells die. But not all cell death is the same. Understanding and preventing the different types of cell death is important for a cure.
Many people with high spinal cord injury suffer from shortness of breath. In an animal experiment, breathing could now be restored for the first time in chronic spinal cord injury.
Everywhere, tons of data are being generated. Also in spinal cord research. Proper handling of so-called “big data” can help to promote a cure for spinal cord injuries.
the cold can be dangerous for spinal cord injury patients? Our colleague Wolfgang Illek is quadriplegic and knows why.
Researchers exchange their knowledge on congresses, symposia, and meetings. Here you'll find the scientific event calendar for 2019.
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Therapy for chronic patients is a special challenge because the human body responds to a spinal cord injury with cell death, cysts and scarring. Now scientists from Canada found a promising therapy.
The administration of minocycline shortly after a spinal cord injury can reduce the over-activation of the autonomic nervous system and thus possibly avoid life-threatening situations.
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STIMO is currently receiving a great deal of publicity. Three patients with chronic paraplegia have significantly improved their walking capacities after participating in this clinical study.
David can take voluntary steps again. He is one of three spinal cord injury patients benefitting from a truly remarkable clinical trial.