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New Hope For Victims Of Spinal Cord Injury

By April 13, 2015February 9th, 2017Spine Injury

An international team of researchers may have stumbled upon a way to reduce the formation of scar tissue and prompt the regeneration of cells in victims of spinal cord injury. Using the cancer drug epothilone, researchers have had significant success stabilizing microtubules to promote axonal growth in animal studies. While human trials have not yet begun, this preliminary research offers great hope for an eventual cure for spinal cord injuries.

Of course, a cure for spinal cord injury may yet be years away and victims of this injury now face substantial medical expenses and physical difficulties. If you or someone you love has sustained a spinal cord injury in an accident, Seattle personal injury lawyer Stephen Hornbuckle can help you get the compensation you deserve.

Why Choose Stephen Hornbuckle

Seattle spinal cord injury attorney has over 17 years of experience litigating complex personal injury cases. Taking time to understand how your injury has and will continue to impact your financial, physical, and emotional health, Attorney Hornbuckle will build your case to include all related damages and take it as far as needed to secure for you every penny you are due.

To schedule a free consultation with Seattle spinal cord injury
Our attorney Stephen Hornbuckle, please contact us today. The Hornbuckle Firm serves victims of serious injury in Seattle, Bellevue, Tacoma, and all surrounding Washington communities.

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