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Welcome to the Spinal Cord Injury Patient Support area of Apparelyzed. The links below are for acute spinal injuries and chronic spinal inuries. We've spent time trawling through the internet to bring you the wheat from the chaff in our Links area, but if you think a grain has slipped between our fingers, let us know so we can review it.

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