There are hundreds of excellent spinal cord injury advocacy and information web sites. I obviously cannot review all of them but I thought that I might start the topic and other people add their favorite sites:

http://www.spinal-research.org/
Based in Surrey, England. This well-kept and up-to-date site report many events that have raised money or awareness of spinal cord injury research, particularly in England.

http://fscip.org/
The Foundation for Spinal Cord Injury Preventation, Care, and Cure. It gives many useful links to information sites.

http://www.centerforscirecovery.org/
This is the web site of the Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan (RIM). It includes a video of a lecture by Stephen Davies.

http://www.neurosurgerytoday.org/wha...t_e/spinal.asp
This is a site put up by the American Association of Neurological Surgeons. It contains a succinct summary of many of the statistics and other information about spinal cord injury, including complications.

http://www.campaignforcure.org/
The International Campaign for Cures of spinal cord injury Paralysis (ICCP) that represents a consortium of spinal cord injury advocacy and fundraising organizations, including Christopher Reeve Foundation**, French Institute for Spinal Cord Research (Institute Pour la Recherche sur la Moelle Epinièrè)
Japan Spinal Cord Foundation, The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis**
Paralyzed Veterans of America**, Rick Hansen Man in Motion Foundation**
Spinal Cure Australia (formerly known as Australasian Spinal Research Trust**), Spinal Treatment Australia, Spinal Research (International Spinal Research Trust)**, and Wings for Life. (** indicates founding member).

http://www.spinalcord.org/
The National Spinal Cord Injury Association (NSCIA) holds a summit meeting every year and also the SCI Hall of Fame.

http://calder.med.miami.edu/pointis/index.html
This is the PoinTIS web site developed by the Miami Project to Cure Paralysis. They provide a searchable handbook and manual of spinal cord injury and brain injury care and rehabilitation.

http://www.sci-info-pages.com/
This site gives a great deal of information about spinal cord injury, clinical trials, and other resources.

http://www.christopherreeve.org/site....CC03/Home.htm
The Christopher Reeve Foundation. Come here to find out about the latest activities of this foundation.

http://www.spinalcord.uab.edu/show.a...1&return=22508
Spinal Cord Injury Information Network. This is the University of Alabama webs ite that contains a wealth of information about spinal cord injury, the official site of the Model SCI Systems, all the materials for that group and much more.

http://www.missouricures.com/rel_050106.php
The Missouri Coalition for Lifesaving Cure is a stem cell advocacy site but it contains much information and an example of a well-run advocacy site. Of course, it is supported by and supports spinal cord injury research.

http://www.makoa.org/index.htm
disABILITY Information and Resources. This is one of the oldest sites that provide information about disability products, maintained by James Lubin who is a C2 ventilator dependent quadriplegic who types by sip and puff. Jim is a web designer who has created many other useful sites (see http://www.makoa.org/jlubin/closeup.htm for list)

http://www.naric.com/
National Rehabilitation Information Network (NARIC). Funded by NIDRR, NARIC is the ultimate resource center for people with disabilities. It is a little dated but nonetheless useful.

http://www.americanrhetoric.com/spee...eve1996dnc.htm
This is the text of one of Christopher Reeve's first major speeches after he was injured, to the 1996 Democratic National Convention.

Wise.