Spinal cord injury is currently a life-long burden on both the person impacted and society at large.
In Australia around one person sustains a spinal cord injury every day, and many of these individuals are under the age of 24. There are currently 20,800 Australians living with spinal cord injury. Aside from the personal trauma, the cost to our society to care for spinal injured people is $3.7 billion a year. Without an effective cure for spinal cord injury, the emotional and financial costs to individuals, their families and to our community are life-long.
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A legacy gift to the Perry Cross Spinal Research Foundation will help us continue the journey to discover a cure for paralysis and its many complexities.
You can help people across the world to walk again. We can’t thank you enough for considering us.
Please contact us on
0457 277 579 for a confidential discussion.