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Spinal Cord Injury Information Available on UAB Web Site.

Seeking information or resources on spinal cord injury (SCI)? Try the SPINALCORD Injury Information Network, accessible on the Internet at, maintained by the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB), the site of the National Statistical Center of the Model Spinal Cord Injury Care System.

This web site provides information and links to hundreds of national SCI resources. All information is easy to find. You can locate your topics using the alphabetical list of terms of the table of contents with its subject categories. Each entry has information on the availability of the item or a direct link to the full-text web page.

Additional features include a guest book for posting messages, a chat room for online discussions, and a listing of frequently asked questions with the latest statistics on SCI.

The SPINALCORD Injury Information Network is funded by the Education and Training Foundation of the Paralyzed Veterans of America and supported by the staff of the federally funded UAB Rehabilitation Research and Training Center located in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at UAB's Spain Rehabilitation Center.
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Title Annotation:University of Alabama at Birmingham
Publication:American Rehabilitation
Date:Sep 22, 1999
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