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Lorraine Mack

Lorraine's Fasting for nsif NO ALCOHOL OR SUGAR

Raising money for The Nicholls Spinal Injury Foundation because I want to make spinal cord injury curable

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The Nicholls Spinal Injury Foundation

We fund research into spinal cord injury to find a cure for spinal injury paralysis

Charity Registration No. 1107671


Back in 2004 while on a night out with friends in a nightclub in London a man came off a balcony above me and landed on me. It paralysed me instantly with a C4/5 spinal cord injury which means complete paralysis from the shoulders down and in a wheelchair.

I wasn’t prepared to just sit and wait for a cure to come along. I wanted to do whatever it takes to speed up the process!
Now I'm a Cure Girl  and our mission is to make chronic spinal cord injury curable!  We are seven women from across the world living with a spinal cord injury.  We support research initiatives, fundraise and tirelessly campaign for a cure for paralysis. Read our blog here: 
 I am one of the 3 million people living with paralysis and we urgently need a cure.  Every eight hours in the UK alone someone is told that they will never walk again. 
Please donate  as it could be a potentially life changing donation! 
 We need a cure sooner rather than later ....🙏❤️

I’m fundraising for nsif charity.

I will be giving up booze and sugar for one month (the whole of November) to raise money for research for a cure for paralysis. Plenty of clean eating!
Sugar is in everything!

nandhis team at the Wroclaw Walk Again Project. Together, they are working on developing a cure for paralysis - a condition that robs people of all ages of the use of their bodies. The scientists' work focuses on the use of stem cells for treatment combined with optimal rehabilitation. It is providing hope to millions of paralysed people worldwide.iffunds the groundbreaking research being carried out at the UCL Institute of Neurology, and Dr Pawel

Thanks so much for your support!


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