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    Neurogel

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    that Neurogel video totally translated: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xbg...araplegia_tech
    THIS LOOKS THE PART CAN ONE HERE SAY WHY WE SHOULD NOT BACK IT
    LETS GAVE IT LIFT
    AS I SIT HERE IN MY CHAIR . I LOOK OUT UPON THE GROUND .I WONDER WILL I EVER GET UP AND WALK A ROUND ??


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    my only question is "why are the videos showing results, so old? ". Doesn't make sense
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    Scientists successfully treat rats' injured spinal cords

    Prague, Feb 1 (CTK) - Czech scientists have succeeded in treating spinal cord chronic injuries in rats and want to start testing hydrogel with stem cells in people as soon as possible,

    http://praguemonitor.com/2010/02/02/...injured-spines

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    Dr. Young

    What is you opinion on this clinical trials ?
    keep (rolling) Walking

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    Scientists successfully treat rats' injured spinal cords

    I came across with this, any opinions?

    "Once hydrogel with stem cells was inserted inside an injured rat's spinal cord, new nerve fibres were created and the mobility and sensitiveness of the rat 's hind legs improved within half a year. (ČTK)"

    Prague, Feb 1 (CTK) - Czech scientists have succeeded in treating spinal cord chronic injuries in rats and want to start testing hydrogel with stem cells in people as soon as possible, Eva Sykova, from Science Academy Experimental Medicine Institute, told CTK yesterday.
    The experiment is financially supported by the French Association of Patients. French and Spanish patients are to participate in the clinical study of the new method.
    People with an injured spinal cord often end up in a wheelchair and the new method is a hope for them.
    If a hydrogel with stem cells was inserted in the place of an injury in a rat's spinal cord, new nerve fibres were created and the mobility and sensitiveness of its hind legs improved within half a year.
    "We expect the hydrogel with stem cells to be approved for clinical testing within a year and we will then immediately start checking it in people," Sykova said.
    She said the method will be applicable to injuries old even several years.
    "It has shown that neither cell stems alone nor hydrogels alone are sufficiently effective. Combination of minimally the two things, and in the future also probably of further factors is necessary," Sykova said.

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    I think this in the Neurogel thread
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    Getting rats with severed spines to walk?

    This is getting to be the oldest trick in the book.

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    Snake oil in gel form.

    Quote Originally Posted by TEION View Post
    Prague, Feb 1 (CTK) - Czech scientists have succeeded in treating spinal cord chronic injuries in rats and want to start testing hydrogel with stem cells in people as soon as possible,

    http://praguemonitor.com/2010/02/02/...injured-spines
    Sorry to those who lost their dough donating to this farse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim C. View Post
    This is getting to be the oldest trick in the book.
    What you mean? Like yet another lucky rat walking?

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    why do you say it's a farse?
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