In your trials as I understand it you only do one injection of UCBMC/Li. Why only one? Do you see any possible benefits of multiple injections? From my layman's understanding it wouldn't increase the rate of recover but could possibly increase the amount of fibers attempting to cross the injury site.
This is also a general observation of other stem cell treatments I have read about (not an exhaustive study, so I may be way off base). It looks like in most cases a researcher drops a weight on a rat's back, shoot his/her little rat spine with something then watches what happens. Is there simply no benefit for repeated application of stem cells?
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Correct lunasicc42, thats about all that will fit. Additional injections may be considered depending on the results.
Last edited by Jim; 01-24-2013 at 02:14 PM.
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