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  1. Further to the earlier reply, the following may...

    Further to the earlier reply, the following may be helpful for English speaking members:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/2ZPCCDW1XHx2yFzrzqBrcn5/allowing-the-paralysed-to-stand-again
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  2. I watched the BBC program "Trust me I'm a...

    I watched the BBC program "Trust me I'm a Doctor", and I believe some bladder function recovery was mentioned.
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    Sorry that this was perhaps ambiguous. I suppose...

    Sorry that this was perhaps ambiguous. I suppose both really.

    I would not be surprised if there was an element of "success" to this effort, and it illustrates the value of collaborative effort,...
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    Is it true?

    Is it true?
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    I have followed this type of therapy, and for SCI...

    I have followed this type of therapy, and for SCI there are no conclusive results. My guess, and that is all it is, is that it may prove useful at the start of injury, i.e. not chronic.
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EPk1v7cVyEQ ...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EPk1v7cVyEQ

    Correction; tried a rather more intelligent query, and got a hit....
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    Sorry, I usually have some fortune looking for...

    Sorry, I usually have some fortune looking for you tube entries but have drawn a blank so far
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    Hi Lakboy. Sorry about the delay in reply. I'll...

    Hi Lakboy. Sorry about the delay in reply. I'll see if I can get a link
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    The Way Forward?

    I wonder how many people on the forum watched the following:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b01rwgt6/Horizon_Tomorrows_World_A_Horizon_Special/

    This brought light to some of the points...
  10. I for one, am not!!

    I for one, am not!!
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    That is truly sad. Why will doctors not even open...

    That is truly sad. Why will doctors not even open their minds and eyes?
  12. This continues to be an interesting discussion...

    This continues to be an interesting discussion point. Your reply to Sue hinges on the very crucial issue of concentration. Too much oxygen is toxic; too little is as bad. Apparently the same for the...
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    An old saying has it that half a loaf is better...

    An old saying has it that half a loaf is better than none
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    Loading up is an emotive idea. Ian has a point....

    Loading up is an emotive idea. Ian has a point. If nothing else works, anything that is NOT harmful is worth consideration.

    The drugs cartels have a huge hold; decades after, the thalidomide...
  15. The water/oxygen/peroxide balance is interesting....

    The water/oxygen/peroxide balance is interesting. It represents a reversible reaction, and to drive a mixture of water and oxygen to peroxide requires energy/catalysis. H2O2 is like many things,...
  16. Hi Ryan. I see you are new, so welcome! Do you...

    Hi Ryan. I see you are new, so welcome! Do you have a medical/biochemical background? For some time HBOT has been indicated as an important factor in reversing even quite major stroke damage, if...
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    Nicotine is one of those things, deadly in excess...

    Nicotine is one of those things, deadly in excess but in minute dosages, like strychnine hydrochloride can show therapeutic properties. Cas's reservations about aluminium ate important, it's chronic...
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    Sticky: Thanks for this; very interesting. Runny bowels...

    Thanks for this; very interesting. Runny bowels are never nice, but for us they are a big deal. If treatment were to become part of SCI care units the problem would be more manageable.
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    Not actually cheap. In the US I can't see...

    Not actually cheap. In the US I can't see anything other than private funding, and in UK the NHS/Social Services probably wouldn't help; = same result.
  20. Absolutely right!!

    Absolutely right!!
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    So true KK11 about the media; they have much to...

    So true KK11 about the media; they have much to account.

    In Ruth Purves' recent request which I received in the e-mail, for further lobbying for cure, I added that we focused too much on living...
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    Hi there KK11, and welcome to the maelstrom of...

    Hi there KK11, and welcome to the maelstrom of conflicting views and emotions that you will find herein.

    Sage words, as ever from Fly_Pelican. A paradigm shift indeed; I think socio-economics is...
  23. Interesting. A successful oral treatment may of...

    Interesting. A successful oral treatment may of course meet up with some contraindications, but in general avoids the obvious perils of invasive techniques is this type of treatment, apart obviously...
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    Such a good point. He, or circumstances must be...

    Such a good point. He, or circumstances must be doing something right! That this should not be the case defies logic. What did cause this?
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    The critique is typically wet blanket. Of course...

    The critique is typically wet blanket. Of course caution is needed, but the follower of developments in this field could be forgiven for thinking there is some vested interest against anything that...
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