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  1. Translated text:...

    Translated text: https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=fr&u=http://www.fondation-foch.com/sites/default/files/180306_parastim.pdf&prev=search
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    First incomplete injuries, the next trial is for...

    First incomplete injuries, the next trial is for acutes. Scared of the results for complete?
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    https://scitrials.org/trial/NCT03933072

    https://scitrials.org/trial/NCT03933072
  4. Thread: nipro Stemirac

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    Nice article. My favourite paragraph: Experts...

    Nice article. My favourite paragraph:

    Experts in Japan have a different view. Reviews of therapies for illnesses with few treatment options don’t necessarily require randomized controlled trials,...
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    Apologies if this link has been posted before...

    Apologies if this link has been posted before (couldn't find it), but I just found info with some nice explanations in English here:...
  6. Thread: Nerve transfer

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    I know this as much as anyone. Promises were...

    I know this as much as anyone. Promises were made, mistruths told and mistakes made.
    The difference this time is that GTX is a company who the investors have a massive amount of confidence they will...
  7. Thread: Nerve transfer

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    NRT merged with GTX the other month....

    NRT merged with GTX the other month.
    https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20191022005125/en/GTX-medical-BV-NeuroRecovery-Technologies-Merge-Create

    The development of the new stimulator has now...
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    Not suggesting anyone try this (please don't even...

    Not suggesting anyone try this (please don't even think about it), but there is an example that illustrates your point.
    There have been a few trials using IGF1 (Insulin-like growth factor 1) and...
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    Watch Unnatural Selection on Netflix if you can,...

    Watch Unnatural Selection on Netflix if you can, its very interesting - but also kind of scary.
    https://www.netflix.com/gb/title/80208910

    You can buy the crispr kit the guy sells here...
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    Why aren't replication trials run around the...

    Why aren't replication trials run around the world?

    I'm sure there are loads of reasons, but as a community it might be something we should be asking locally.
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    https://translate.google.co.uk/translate?sl=es&tl=...

    https://translate.google.co.uk/translate?sl=es&tl=en&u=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.aemps.gob.es%2FinvestigacionClinica%2FterapiasAvanzadas%2Fdocs%2FNC1_ficha-tecnica.pdf
  12. Surely its better that they tried and failed,...

    Surely its better that they tried and failed, rather than didn't try at all.
  13. The translational landscape in spinal cord injury

    There was a nice paper just published that is pretty up to date on the different combinations that could go to the clinic.
    Some of the alternatives for different things aren't mentioned (like...
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    For hand and arm function this is done today,...

    For hand and arm function this is done today, there was a thread about it here:
    http://sci.rutgers.edu/forum/showthread.php?264831-Not-a-cure-but-dam-would-this-improve-quads-lives

    There are also...
  15. I've sent you a message on this. I can introduce...

    I've sent you a message on this. I can introduce you to someone who would be able to help and has all the materials you will need.
  16. Thanks Jim, knowing what is done for the rehab...

    Thanks Jim, knowing what is done for the rehab component will be really useful for practising at rehab beforehand.
    Or at least knowing its not possible if it is the kunming walking program like...
  17. Please rant all you like. I think its...

    Please rant all you like.

    I think its completely valid to ask for some details on what you will have to spend 6 months of your life doing. For every clinical trial there is a protocol that will be...
  18. The stem cells is well known and documented in...

    The stem cells is well known and documented in the trial record on clinicaltrials.gov, but the main part, the thing that takes 6 months of your life is just listed as "Locomotor training for up to 6...
  19. It goes against the scientific communities...

    It goes against the scientific communities process of only revealing information in papers months/years after it happened so they can showcase their findings over their peers.

    And the people who...
  20. Good point Jim, if you were specific about what...

    Good point Jim, if you were specific about what the upcoming trial in the US involved then people would be able to be specific.
  21. Hi Jim, Any idea of when more details of the...

    Hi Jim,

    Any idea of when more details of the protocol to be used for the walking in the trials will be available?
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    Unfortunately the reason for the delay with NRT...

    Unfortunately the reason for the delay with NRT was mainly money.
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    The closest to market is probably NRT which just...

    The closest to market is probably NRT which just merged with GTX. Development had slowed down due to lack of funds over the last two years, but it is now funded to build the device for the pivotal...
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    NRT & GTX Merger Completed

    The companies probably best known as Reggie Edgerton's Transcutaneous Stimulation company NRT, and Gregoire Courtine's Epidural Stimulation company GTX have merged.

    Lets hope this gets the...
  25. I think it's called apathy. The vast majority of...

    I think it's called apathy. The vast majority of people with an SCI don't do anything when it comes to finding a cure.
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