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Watch Barry Munro on Advocacy & Alignment (Working 2 Walk 2018)

As Kelsey mentioned in her post last week, Barry Munro's talk at Working 2 Walk this past fall in Vancouver made a lasting impact on her. She wasn't the only one. Lot's of attendees told us how impactful Barry's presentation was. Check it out!

So You’ve Suffered a Spinal Cord Injury; They Say You’ll Never Walk Again - You Say You Will. Now What Are You Going to Do About It?

ABSTRACT: Barry Munro will share his journey of a quest for a cure that has been going on for 31 years, since his injury in 1987. He will share his experiences and comment on the attitudinal changes in the world in relation to finding a cure for spinal cord injuries. He will explore and look back on the chronology of events from Rick Hansen’s tour around the world and Christopher Reeve’s passion to find a cure, to the passing of a proverbial torch of cure now carried by U2FP and other organizations around the world. This will be the tale of history and the recommendations of a playbook for the future in continuing the quest to find a cure for paralysis.

As always, we'll continue to announce newly uploaded Working 2 Walk videos here in our newsletter, all of which will be featured on the Video Library page of our website, and available in our Vimeo album.

And remember to watch this space for details on our 14th annual Working 2 Walk Symposium this year in Cleveland - thanks to our Title Sponsor, Metro Health!

We're working hard on building an agenda with a specific focus on where our community can put our voice and influence to effectively advocate for curative therapies. We'll be announcing the latest information on Working 2 Walk here in our newsletter in the coming months, so watch for developments as they unfold.

If you're looking for the opportunity to sponsor this year's event you can peruse our sponsor options and view or download our agreement form HERE.

Join us,

Matthew Rodreick, Executive Director

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