Gun-related spinal cord injury in childhood brings hardship later

About 13% of spinal cord injuries in U.S. children are gun-related. “Gunshot-related spinal cord injuries have serious social and economic consequences in adulthood well beyond physical disability and reducing them has not been a research priority, nor an adequately investigated public health concern,” said lead author Dr. Jessica Pruente, an assistant professor of pediatric physical […]

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