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New Online Support Site Offers Hope, Information, and Help for Patients Who Have Suffered a Catastrophic Injury
Date:10/31/2008

hat site visitors can click on a map and easily find a group or hospital close to them.

The site also contains a forum for patients, family members, and other interested parties who wish to talk to others whose lives have been impacted by spinal cord, brain, or amputation injuries. The forum can be a powerful tool for those looking for specific information, or simply looking to connect with others who have experienced some of the same physical and emotional issues.

The "What's New" section will provide timely information on new breakthroughs in research, treatments, medications, and therapies for spinal cord injury, brain injury, and amputation. Direct from current news events and headlines, this section will keep site visitors up to date on new and important information as it impacts them.

Catastrophicinjury.com is the first site of its kind to address the issues facing patients of three distinct injury areas that are unique but share common features, specifically the devastation that can be brought to bear by such injuries.

For more information, please contact us at 800-669-7700, or visit us at www.CatastrophicInjury.com.

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