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Would anyone with a thoracic SCI like to share their story with me?

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  • Would anyone with a thoracic SCI like to share their story with me?

    Hello everyone,

    I'm writing a case study on SCI treatments and clinical trials, and hope to give the topic the emotional impact it deserves.

    If your life has been affected by a relatively recent thoracic SCI (especially T3-T11) would you be so kind as to share your story with me, please?

    (Pseudonyms will be used in the document unless you would prefer otherwise.)

    Thank you for considering my request.

  • #2
    Please send me a PM if you're interested.

    Note this is not a formal survey, I'd just like to hear about your life and how things have changed for you, your hopes for the future.


    • #3
      Perhaps if you explained who you are, what the purpose of the study is and in general something more than some random person asking for people to share a lot of very personal information you would get more of a response.


      • #4
        Sure thing, my apologies.

        My name is Chris, I'm an independent professional in the area of commercialisation, especially of medical biotechnologies.

        I'm writing about predicting the adoption of advanced biotechnology products, and the identification of market needs, especially as they relate to a cell-based therapy currently in clinical trials. I hope to develop methods to make this process more efficient, and share what I find.

        The story that I'm asking for will be used to introduce the topic and show exactly how important the issue actually is to real people, not as part of the actual research. Sort of like an article for a magazine, just for a different audience.


        • #5
          Thank you for the kind response.

          If the mods would like to make room for other people's surveys, please feel free to close this thread.


          • #6
            are you still looking to hear story's?
            Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans. -- John Lennon