Stories Of Inspiration

Finding hope and courage through the lives of others.

Fortunately, compared to many diseases, spinal cord injury is not as prevalent. In fact, it is estimated that there are only about 255,000 people with SCI living in the United States.  That equates to only about 40 people per every million.  Relative to this statistic, spinal cord injury and paralysis are not widely recognized.  Not only does this limit funding for research and advancement, it  often leaves patients living with paralysis full of questions and little idea of where to turn for support.

Spreading hope and courage through the lives of others is one of the reasons Kali’s Cure was created.  Through sharing stories of overcoming adversity and beating the odds, we hope these testaments of strength motivate all who read them.

Since my accident, I have been touched by many people I otherwise would have never had the opportunity to know.  Hearing of their courage and advancements has helped motivate me to move forward and continue to believe that, with hard work, anything is possible.  For me, sharing my story gives me hope that I too might be able to encourage others not to give up, no matter what the odds might be.

–Kali Pung

Click on the links below to to visit the stories of the following fighters:

Charlie Parkhill

Kali Pung

Dr. William Waugh

Scott Fedor

Reveca Torres

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