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    http://www.pr.com/press-release/626309

    http://www.pr.com/press-release/626309
  2. This seems to be the conventional wisdom. I wish...

    This seems to be the conventional wisdom. I wish some of these trials would include motor incompletes now that safety appears to not be an issue.
  3. Not to take sides on the AST technology, but it...

    Not to take sides on the AST technology, but it should be noted by the disclosure that the author has a financial interest in lowering the share price for Asterias, and is deliberately painting the...
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    The Neuralstem ALS trials have been and are being...

    The Neuralstem ALS trials have been and are being funded by the NIH, and the SCI trial is being funded by UCSD. Obama loosened some of those restrictions by executive order in 2009.
    Also this only a...
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    Sticky: Done. Thanks Jim.

    Done. Thanks Jim.
  6. Paul Knoepfler is clearly misrepresenting the...

    Paul Knoepfler is clearly misrepresenting the facts. Read Richard Garr's blog post about it. Neuralstem is not trying to skirt the FDA or the clinical trial process in any way.
    ...
  7. Yes, if there is no recovery of function, it is a...

    Yes, if there is no recovery of function, it is a total waste of money. Promoting these "general wellness" studies is the worst kind of scam.


    If you cannot stand without a frame, a frame is just...
  8. http://www.apinme.org/documentos/comunicadoDoctorV...

    http://www.apinme.org/documentos/comunicadoDoctorVaquero.pdf
  9. Thread: W2W - Boston

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    The premise of this argument is false. ...

    The premise of this argument is false.



    First, from a medical perspective, why would you wait for a complete chronic model to show efficacy before testing on humans once safety has been...
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    Neuralstem Approved To Commence Ischemic Stroke...

    Neuralstem Approved To Commence Ischemic Stroke Trial In China

    ROCKVILLE, Md., Sept. 27, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Neuralstem, Inc. (NYSE MKT: CUR) announced it has been approved to commence a...
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    You could cut a check... JustADollarPlease.org...

    You could cut a check...

    JustADollarPlease.org
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    Seven days post in a rat is sub-acute.

    Seven days post in a rat is sub-acute.
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    A gift assessment fee refers to the money taken...

    A gift assessment fee refers to the money taken off the top to cover the cost of fundraising activities. JustADollarPlease takes about 7% for these activities, which is remarkably low for a...
  14. Thread: Geron Trial

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    Thanks. It looks like CIRM gets a piece of the IP...

    Thanks. It looks like CIRM gets a piece of the IP should it lead to a commercial product. I am relieved to see that it's not just some giveaway.
  15. Thread: Geron Trial

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    Pre-clinical or not, how is CIRM providing...

    Pre-clinical or not, how is CIRM providing taxpayer funded grants to a for-profit entity, unless they have a stake in any potential profits that may be generated?
  16. Thread: Geron Trial

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    Didn't CIRM provide a grant to StemCells Inc....

    Didn't CIRM provide a grant to StemCells Inc. just recently, without any guarantee of any result?

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/48347667#.UDtreaC63TE

    CIRM has got to learn how to structure grant...
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    Sticky: Kai Liu discovered the PTEN deletion in 2009 and...

    Kai Liu discovered the PTEN deletion in 2009 and now these guys are lloking at it? Yamanaka discovered iPS cells in 2007, and Dezawa discovered MUSE cells last year. Why does it seem like we are...
  18. Blow the Gjallarhorn Is that what the kids are...

    Blow the Gjallarhorn

    Is that what the kids are calling it these days?
  19. What is going on in Taiwan?

    What is going on in Taiwan?
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    Sticky: Dr. Young, I have some more questions When you...

    Dr. Young, I have some more questions When you have time.

    1. Is Dr. Zhu (or anyone else) doing a rehab-only control to contrast with the Intradural decompression studies?

    2. Are any of the...
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    I don't think InVivo can afford to wait 3-5 years...

    I don't think InVivo can afford to wait 3-5 years for MP to complete this trial. Their balance sheet suggests that they can't last more than another six months without some tangible progress. They...
  22. $20 million with the goal of an IND? Hasn't the...

    $20 million with the goal of an IND? Hasn't the CIRM ever heard of a milestone payment? This is just a socialization of StemCells Inc.'s losses.
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    Wise and his team will have results from this...

    Wise and his team will have results from this Phase III study completed well before MP or StemCells Inc. even finishes Phase I, and likely well before CDRF, RIRC, or anyone else even applies to the...
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    Are you sure about your diagnosis? ...

    Are you sure about your diagnosis?



    Perhaps you are not on this forum frequently enough to realize that Dr. Young has replied to Jawaid over 25 times in the past year, all answering the same...
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    You seem eager to put down a couple million...

    You seem eager to put down a couple million Rupees for whatever untested treament thar you can find. I wonder how much of your free cash flow goes to support research on lumbosacral injuries...
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