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    Adipose stem cells are the snakeoil cells. They...

    Adipose stem cells are the snakeoil cells. They have nothing in common with neural stem cells being used in clinical trials now.

    IV infusion cannot work, both empirically and theoretically.

    If...
  2. Just to be clear - this is pseudoscience, not a...

    Just to be clear - this is pseudoscience, not a 'forgotten cure'. The argument offered doesn't even rise to the level of a coherent research proposal, let alone a robust treatment for spinal cord...
  3. [My apologies for the potential double post and...

    [My apologies for the potential double post and clunky notations; I had posted this first a few days ago and it seemed to get caught in the spam filter because of the in-line links.]

    Nowadays most...
  4. Please note the article is suggesting that...

    Please note the article is suggesting that curcumin might be effective in newly-injured (hours to days) SCI, either as a replacement or adjunctive to corticosteroids such as methylprednisolone which...
  5. Pt. II

    And that brings us to the present day. So how to interpret this new study? [full-text]

    (One major caveat though before we do: this is a case study, and case studies must be reviewed with extreme...
  6. Spinal PAS

    So, what trekker6 is describing is actually a different treatment (rTMS) than that trialed in this paper from Finland (spinal PAS), which is a bit more obscure; both utilize TMS but in different...
  7. I agree that minimal and simple options have by...

    I agree that minimal and simple options have by far the most translational potential -- we will not be seeing gene-knockout humans in this half of the 21st century. I like IH for this reason: this...
  8. James, I am hesitant to contradict you, but I've...

    James, I am hesitant to contradict you, but I've seen this sentiment repeated a number of times unchallenged, and it unfortunately has certain unrealistic undertones that I feel need to be addressed....
  9. Intermittent hypoxia is a hormesis...

    Intermittent hypoxia is a hormesis phenomenon, a kind of conditioning response. Basically, mild stressors induce inflammation sufficient to elicit an endogenous neuroprotective response producing...
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    Kate – did you get a chance to sit in on...

    Kate – did you get a chance to sit in on Wednesday's panel debate chaired by Gordon Mitchell? I haven't seen it mentioned in the blog thus far.


    Thank you so much for all your hard work, it's a...
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