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1.4. Conversations About Living with SCI

Conversations about... living with spinal cord injury

Presented on May 13, 2008 at the University of Washington Medical Center.

Three men and one woman, all with longstanding spinal cord injuries, talk about their personal experiences living, surviving and thriving with their injuries. They share their initial reactions, adjustment, steps toward independence and thoughts about their injuries now. This forum was videotaped and can be viewed as streaming video by clicking the link below.

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