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  1. This is a perfect example of something that is...

    This is a perfect example of something that is statistically significant vs. practically significant. Statistically, sure, they had beautiful significance. Practically, these results are meaningless...
  2. Fantastic news, Jim. Congratulations and please...

    Fantastic news, Jim. Congratulations and please extend my congrats to Wise, Patricia, and the rest of the team.
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    Hey niallel, I embedded some responses to what...

    Hey niallel, I embedded some responses to what you said in bold.
  4. By "ES" do you mean "epidural" or "electrical"...

    By "ES" do you mean "epidural" or "electrical" stimulation? I count 2 presentations that are on epidural stim, out of 12 total, not including the panel talks...doesn't seem to heavy on epidural stim...
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    I've thought along similar lines. I'd gladly just...

    I've thought along similar lines. I'd gladly just blog about my studies and let the world judge if it wasn't career suicide.
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    Is U2FP the only party raising money for the Cure...

    Is U2FP the only party raising money for the Cure Map movie? Or is U2FP simply serving as one more venue to give the two people making the movie more fundraising exposure? What does U2FP actually...
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    Before the internet, I could see how impact...

    Before the internet, I could see how impact factor would be something that actually matters. Not everyone had access to every article from every journal, and one needed some metric of knowing whether...
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    Thank you for pointing that out. I agree 100%.

    Thank you for pointing that out. I agree 100%.
  9. Lower motor neuron injuries are just...

    Lower motor neuron injuries are just that...injuries to the motor neurons that come out of the spinal cord themselves, as opposed to the other neuronal tissue that is "higher" up in the spinal cord....
  10. 180 mA is not orders of magnitude higher, but as...

    180 mA is not orders of magnitude higher, but as far as I'm aware, exceeds the current FDA limit on clinical stimulators (which, when I was still working in the clinic, was 140 mA I believe). In one...
  11. Lower frequencies? The NRT device has a 30Hz...

    Lower frequencies? The NRT device has a 30Hz frequency with a 10,000Hz carrier frequency. Would that be classified as low? I don't know, as I'm not sure how the carrier frequency would affect that...
  12. Indeed!

    Indeed!
  13. No, it is much more than a glorified TENS unit. ...

    No, it is much more than a glorified TENS unit.

    It provides much more powerful stimulation that goes much deeper in to the body than a TENS unit, and has more potential to permanently damage the...
  14. The full text of the article doesn't disclose...

    The full text of the article doesn't disclose what the funding source was. Perhaps the institutions of the researchers had some pilot funds lying around?
  15. It has to go through clinical trials because by...

    It has to go through clinical trials because by law, anything offered offered as a medical therapy intended to treat a disease/condition, has to go through clinical trial.
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    Sticky: Awesome news, I'll need to read more!

    Awesome news, I'll need to read more!
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    WOW! :banghead:

    WOW! :banghead:
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    You posted this comment while I was writing mine....

    You posted this comment while I was writing mine. I don't believe for one second that the same thing that can improve function and neuropathic pain can also re-grow hair. Living tissues just don't...
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    I don't have experience with this place but...

    I don't have experience with this place but here's my take...

    From the web site:
    -"The most superior combination of therapies is the use of stem cells with additional exosomes. This optimal...
  20. That makes sense - might want to have a "basic...

    That makes sense - might want to have a "basic information" page or something like that on this new database so that people know they have to inquire to a trial first before they get some information...
  21. In addition to the time intensity, there is also...

    In addition to the time intensity, there is also the question of whether or not people will have travel costs reimbursed (Gas, car mileage, flights and hotels if necessary) which many people like to...
  22. That's good to know!!

    That's good to know!!
  23. Thread: Cheer me up

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    I think Grammy is trying to say the vast majority...

    I think Grammy is trying to say the vast majority of students and scientists working on SCI have no connection to the community. They never post or read on carecure. They never go to conferences...
  24. Thread: Cheer me up

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    As a PhD student, I'm low on the totem pole, and...

    As a PhD student, I'm low on the totem pole, and admittedly probably naive to many of the nuances of the entire biomedical research industry. That being said, at least with government-funded,...
  25. Thread: Cheer me up

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    You hit the nail on the head, I agree 100%. I'm...

    You hit the nail on the head, I agree 100%. I'm in a Rehabilitation Science PhD program right now, and am slowly coming to the realization that biomedical research, as an industry, is not optimally...
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