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Dr. Dyson-Hudson interviewed on Denver's KOA-AM radio

Discusses advances in research and rehabilitation that are improving the outlook for individuals with SCI

The injury sustained by Olympian Amy VanDyken Rouen has focused attention on new approaches to spinal cord injuries. Trevor Dyson-Hudson, MD, director of Spinal Cord Research at Kessler Foundation, was interviewed on Denver’s KOA-AM about advances in research and rehabilitation that are improving the outlook for individuals with spinal cord injury.  Dr. Dyson-Hudson is co-director of the Northern New Jersey SCI System, one of 14 federally funded centers in the U.S. To hear the interview

Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 05/07/2015 - 10:37