1. What percentage of your budget went to research (basic or translational) for a cure for chronic spinal cord injury in 2009, 2010, and 2011?
2. What research was done in regards to question one above?
3. What are your future plans for both spending and research for a cure for chronic spinal cord injury in the near future.
And they answered.
Thanks for writingus again with your questions.
We share your passion in accelerating progress towards a cure for paralysis after spinal cord injury, although we may not always agree on the meansto get there.
We're a young organization (created in 2007) now enteringour next five-yearwork phase.
We're currently wrapping up many of our olderprojects and about to embark on some exciting new initiatives in our three core areas: cure, care and collaboration.
In the meantime, our FAQ page (http://www.rickhanseninstitute.org/what-we-do/faqs#percentage )providesa breakdown of projects by core area,ourwork in the cure sphere, someprogress, funding sourcesand where we're heading.
The Rick Hansen Institute
Rick Hansen Institute
6th Floor, Blusson Spinal Cord Centre
6400 - 818 W. 10th Avenue, Vancouver, BC V5Z 1M9
A world without paralysis after spinal cord injury.
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