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Unite 2 Fight Paralysis is proud to have Quinn Brett presenting at our 17th Annual Science and Advocacy Symposium, September 23 and 24 in Salt Lake City, Utah (register here). Quinn is an advocate for recreational accessibility and curative interventions, as well as a member of U2FP's Board of Directors. Last year, Quinn hand-cycled the US portion of the Tour Divide in 25 days. This is the world's longest off-pavement cycling route, extending from the Canadian Rockies to New Mexico. It's seriously gnarly...

U2FP has been working with a researcher who is interested in conducting a human research study to restore orgasm in men with chronic SCI. In order to design the study, the researcher has asked us to disseminate the attached survey to determine...

Unite 2 Fight Paralysis is pleased to present a special screening of 'Move Me', the long-anticipated documentary film from Kelsey Peterson, at our 17th Annual Science and Advocacy Symposium, September 23 and 24 in Salt Lake City, UT (register here). The feature length film tells Kelsey’s story: Poor judgment, high-level spinal cord injury, loss and heartbreak, and now, 10 years later, an attempt to balance hope for recovery with acceptance that life with disability has intrinsic value and meaning. U2FP has been involved in this film from the beginning. The idea emerged from...

Unite to Fight Paralysis is very grateful to Aneuvo for supporting our 17th Annual Science and Advocacy Symposium, September 23 and 24 in Salt Lake City, Utah. This is a Los Angeles based company that is developing a neurostimulation device for treating spinal cord injury. Aneuvo will begin a large, multicenter trial for its transcutaneous system within weeks. But wait, Aneuvo is just one of many stim players you'll hear from at our Symposium this year. There are now four companies working on transcutaneous spinal cord stimulation, all of which emerged from the Los Angeles neuromod culture at UCLA and Caltech and ...