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  1. Yes, I think so also. Problem is that...

    Yes, I think so also.


    Problem is that methylprednisolone does not offer 20% improvement. And those who claim that they improved from it, cannot make this claim any more reliably than those who...
  2. D., assumptions that clinical trials can't be...

    D., assumptions that clinical trials can't be fast tracked here in the US are assumptions on your part.

    Please leave my mom out of this, I happen to be as open-minded as she is.
    Meybe check out...
  3. Not just the growth medium used is important, but...

    Not just the growth medium used is important, but even what stem cell lines are being used. Most "establishment" centers and I assume the Keck center as well, are using the presidential lines which...
  4. Who knows, mabe Dr Geeta Shroff is way ahead of...

    Who knows, mabe Dr Geeta Shroff is way ahead of her peers. She might already know how to handle 1.,2., and 3. of Dr. Y's list.

    Here is another legitimate company that is able to provide the...
  5. Schmeky, not sure why you forget the fast track...

    Schmeky, not sure why you forget the fast track option that is available, and maybe that's why there are two labs ready to put their ESC derived SCI treatments to clinical trials in 2008, based on...
  6. Recapping the Hurlbert and Eck studies of Canada...

    Recapping the Hurlbert and Eck studies of Canada and the US respectively, as mentioned by Dr. Young regarding methylprednisolone usage:



    and:



    Clearly the vast majority of treating...
  7. Eric S., it is clear that the myriad of other...

    Eric S., it is clear that the myriad of other expert MD opinions as reproduced by me here on CC are not welcomed, as they contradict the singletary Bracken et al. findings in the NASCIS studies.
    The...
  8. My words are VERY familiar indeed, as the...

    My words are VERY familiar indeed, as the consensus is that Methylprednisolone is unproven, despite its aura of legitimacy:



    Antiquity and ChipD are welcome to continue believing in the myth...
  9. Most recently in 2006, Dr. Charles Tater, head of...

    Most recently in 2006, Dr. Charles Tater, head of neurosurgery at the University of Toronto, who works in the trenches everyday, said this about the Use of methylprednisolone in Canada and elsewhere:...
  10. I am happy for you that you are not on a...

    I am happy for you that you are not on a ventilator anymore, but I'm sure Dr. Geeta Shroff has had similar anecdotal positive results from her "unproven" ESC treatments, yet we approach her...
  11. Hi Eric, I just found more info that might...

    Hi Eric,

    I just found more info that might interest you in reference to clinical trials and the use of methylprednisolone:



    http://www.healingtherapies.info/MP.htm
  12. Eric, Canada decided to discontinue use of...

    Eric, Canada decided to discontinue use of methyl-prednisolone, when a body of evidence and a retrospective analysis of the earlier positive results revealed that they had been "doctored" to make it...
  13. Thank you Eric.S, I couldn't agree with you more....

    Thank you Eric.S, I couldn't agree with you more. Hyper focus on clinical trials takes away from useful treatments and procedures, that could already be applied.



    and



    After years of...
  14. Word of Caution

    Before you put all your eggs in one basket, please do check out Dr. Hans Keirstead, Dr. Martin Marsala and Dr. Douglas Kerr.

    All of them are working with ESC derived progenitor cells, and...
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    Unlike many/most other researchers Green is a...

    Unlike many/most other researchers Green is a hands-on physician, who for example is an expert at performing syringe surgery.

    There aren't many other hands-on physicians. Another well-respected...
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    Lowered body temp within 15 min of injury

    Yes it can work miracles and should be avaliable in all ambulances. The mechanism is the same as someone who should have drowned or have severe brain damage, coming up just fine after being submerged...
  17. There are two problems with what you are saying...

    There are two problems with what you are saying antiquity:

    1. Dr. Marsala is a man:

    Research / Clinical Summary


    http://cancer.ucsd.edu/summaries/images/button_off.gif...
  18. New FDA guidance allows small studies in humans

    I would be not surprised at all!

    New FDA guidance allows small studies in humans before phase I safety testing


    OB/GYN News, Feb 15, 2006 by Mary Ellen Schneider

    Researchers now...
  19. Hopefully you can read the attachment ;)

    Hopefully you can read the attachment ;)
  20. Neurochemistry International

    Neurochemistry International Journal

    Can anyone let me know how to attach a copy of the article as a pdf file?

    It's very interesting to see information on all the major labs working to cure...
  21. Drs. Okano, Kaneko, Okada, Iwanami, Nakamura and Toyama: SCI Regenerative Therapies

    Best EVER overview of most up to date Regeneration-based therapies for SCI!

    Neurochem Int. 2007 May 1; : 17544171 Regeneration-based therapies for spinal cord injuries. [My paper] Hideyuki Okano...
  22. Human Blastocyst-Derived Neuronal Precursors

    The CIRM grant will fund additional experiments to characterize the therapeutic potential of human blastocyst-derived neuronal precursors when grafted to areas of spinal ischemic injury. More
    Martin...
  23. Dr. Martin Marsala of UCSD to start 2008 SCI clinical trials in the US

    Source: University of California, San Diego Health Sciences Released: Thu 31-May-2007, 00:00 ET
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    Human Stem Cell Treatment Restores Motor Function in Paralyzed Rats
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  24. Thanks Max for posting the article with my...

    Thanks Max for posting the article with my mother's quote. I also had posted it, but some moderator decided to delete it.

    Jaycee
  25. What Kind of Stem Cell Projects Should The State of NJ Fund?

    Stem Cells On the Fall Ballot
    Opponents and advocates square off for a battle
    Scott Goldstein
    Trenton Bureau
    7/30/2007

    STATEHOUSE - New Jersey’s drive into stem cell research forged ahead...
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