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Forty years ago, once confined to a wheel chair a person was given trivial hope of walking again, today very little has changed. The Neil Sachs Base was established to fund major exceptional projects to find effective treatments and a cure for spinal cord injury. This partnership with the Adelaide University aims to create a center of excellence in spinal cord injury research and treatments, and will be one of only three of its humane in the world. At the center we are currently developing an intervention drug that has the potential to enable a person who suffers a spinal cord injury to regain full motor function, instead of living life in a wheelchair. This drug has already proven to be effective in treating Traumatic Brain Injury, and is in commercial hands. The University believes this same drug will deliver a triumphant outcome when used for Spinal Cord Injury. To connect the dots with spinal cord injury, enabling clinical research that would otherwise go unfunded. In 1994, Neil Sachs founded an organization to elevate funds for research into the treatment of spinal cord injury. An infield collision in an AF (formally EFL) match in 1975 was to change the life of Neil Sachs forever. Neil was left a quadriplegic from the accident, but the injury and the way he’s handled it in the decades since have made a definite contribution to the lives of many. In 1995, Neil established what is now obvious as the Neil Sachs Foundation, to find a cure for spinal cord injury. Maximum recently, Neil Sachs has been recognized as a State Finalist in the 2014 Australian of The Year Awards formal recognition for a lifetime of service and dedication to finding a cure for spinal cord injury research. The Bottom and its board of directors, led by its founder, aims to find a cure for spinal cord injury and is committed to funding the critical research steps needed on the journey to a cure in particular, the research that may otherwise go unfunded. The Base believes that research is the ultimate key to making lives better for those affected by spinal cord injury, including their caregivers, family, friends and colleagues. Bear a hub for testing and evaluating spinal cord injury research. Investigate and test worldwide technologies through our associations with similar, like minded organizations. Coordinate with our partnership organizations search via clinical trials.