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    Adult Stem Cell Treatment Helps Patient With Spinal Cord Injury From A Car Accident

    I don't know about this one, I never heard that adult stem cell treatment can help sinal cord injury.



    Adult Stem Cell Treatment Helps Patient With Spinal Cord Injury From A Car Accident
    Posted 13 June, 2009 in Spinal Cord Injuries (SCI) | No comments



    Stem Cell Treatment Helps Spinal Cord Injury
    Due to the wonders of Adult Stem Cell treatment, yet another spinal cord injury patient has improved his quality of life. A young man in India who had lost all sensations from a car accident has been helped after receiving his own Adult Stem Cells and having them injected into his spinal cord where the injury occurred (C3-c4).

    Before the Stem Cell Therapy
    Loss of bladder function and control
    Weakness in all both legs and arms
    Loss of feeling and sensations
    After the Adult Stem Cell Therapy
    Regained bladder function- doesn’t need urinary catheter anymore
    Getting Stronger in all limbs
    Return of more feelings and sensations
    Process of Stem Cells for Spinal Cord Injury
    Bone Marrow taken from the hip
    6 weeks of cultivating the adult stem cells to increase total to 100 million +
    Adult Stem Cells injected at injury site (C3-C4) in a surgical procedure
    Dr. K Eliyas Basha of Salem Manipal Hospital in India was the stem cell doctor responsible for this success story. He contacted various stem cell treatment centers around the world and exchanged ideas and techniques.

    From the stem cell article:

    “We have been screening and interacting with stem cell centres around the world to know further details regarding stem cell therapy directly at the C3- C4 cervical cord injury. The whole procedure was thoroughly studied and scrutinized by various committees of Manipal health systems,” Dr. Basha said.

    Perhaps he consulted with this group in Ecuador- see this amazing stem cell for spinal cord injury video

    While obviously not a cure, this stem cell therapy and treatment has helped improve this young man’s life. That is what Adult Stem Cells do- they repair damage and improve lives with no side effects.

    What if we gave every spinal cord injury patient in the United States this stem cell treatment using their own repair stem cells? Don’t you think that would help improve thousands of lives?

    I do. We have enough proof- it is safe and helps in most cases. Let’s make Adult Stem Cells available for treatment now!

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    What a joke
    Donnie: Dr. Xiao, What are your thoughts on a cure/combination therapy for SCI's??
    CG Xiao: Donnie, I don't want to disappoint you, but I think it is impossible to restore the continuity of the cord or "bridge the gap" in the near future, let's say: 50 years. Dr Wise Young has been my most respected scientist in SCI. He has dedicated and contributed to SCI no other can match.

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    yep, this part about "weakness" got me

    Before the Stem Cell Therapy
    Loss of bladder function and control
    Weakness in all both legs and arms
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    Quote Originally Posted by Donnie View Post
    What a joke
    this is not a joke. the asc could have myelinated some axons. very possible in such an incomplete injury.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DA View Post
    this is not a joke. the asc could have myelinated some axons. very possible in such an incomplete injury.
    Theres no evidence asc provide any benefit, particularly in this case. The odds are that such an incomplete injury he was bound to get a lot back anyway. They may as well as performed magic rituals, would have had the same effect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ian View Post
    Theres no evidence asc provide any benefit, particularly in this case. The odds are that such an incomplete injury he was bound to get a lot back anyway. They may as well as performed magic rituals, would have had the same effect.
    Which is why I don't see that the emphasis on cures should be focused on acute injuries. When Chronic's that have been documented to have little or no improvements over a period of time show dramatic gains from therapies/treatments, then the proof is valid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChipS View Post
    Which is why I don't see that the emphasis on cures should be focused on acute injuries. When Chronic's that have been documented to have little or no improvements over a period of time show dramatic gains from therapies/treatments, then the proof is valid.
    In this case the injury was substantially incomplete. Complete acute injuries that show substantial improvement are a different matter. I also dont agree that the focus is on acute injuries, if it was they would be using readily available treatments already. Preventing the glial scar from forming would prevent many injuries from becoming chronic, unfortunately there is a distinct lack of will from the medical profession in general to use any treatment that isnt endorsed by the major drug companies. Ive said this before, what is the hope for chronic injuries if they cant even agree to use a simple readily available anti inflammatory procedure to prevent further damage??

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    I do agree with DA but... if this was the case, and the doctor got this guy out of his wheelchair after 22 years (in the video) able to walk, wouldn't you think this would spread like wildfire? People would be flocking to this doctor? This almost sounds like another doctor Kliemblosem (sp?)

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