September 15, 2016
Everyone who has ever had anything to do with the medical field, either side of the fence, eventually accepts that we must take a long term view of medical progress, whether biomedical, technological or otherwise, and applaud “the modest but real incremental benefits” of the efforts to improve quality of life through medical advances. With thousands in Australia suffering spinal injury, through accident, illness or congenital disorder, no news can be more eagerly awaited than the announcement by Spinal Cure Australia that Electrical stimulation research is coming to Australia. Congratulations, SpinalCure, you have every right to be “thrilled”.
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