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  1. #21
    this is related:

    http://sci.rutgers.edu/forum/showthread.php?t=129373

    dr Deda is cooperating with the Jordanian time. see page 4

  2. #22

    ,

    can anyone gave a short translation of this clip?
    regards
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jsKuzHM-xHI

  3. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by alipur View Post
    can anyone gave a short translation of this clip?
    regards
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jsKuzHM-xHI
    Interviewer: is their a real cure for SCI specialy if the spinal cord is cut ?

    Dr Ziad: ... if i was asked the same question a few yours ago. i would say that there isn't but preforming physiotherapy in hope it would help a little, but in the case of Wia'am [ Female name ] two years has passed with no improvment, although i am sure she has done a lot of phisyotherapy, so according to many researhes done world wide it has been proven that there is hope of recovery for the injured spinal cord, it has been limited in a lot of countries to expirment animals.. the he mentioned some ways to derive the stem cells..

    interviewer: let us male it clear, is their a cure ?

    Dr Zaid: [ he described Wia'am's situation ] .. we saw recovery in our patients, but we are still in the begining, and still doing researhc. so, every day we might have better results..

    ---

    this is in short, nothing very interesting or rich in technical info.

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    Hello guys , i am new to this forum , but i am readyng trhu the posts every day. So i decided to reply on this post, because i found this Interresting information about the study he did in 2008.

    here is the link to the pdf

    http://www.halmannc.com/f/SCI.pdf

    and to the site of the klinik

    http://halmannc.com/

    so maybe dr. wise could u read over it and tell me what u thing.

    Thank you Ben

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benda View Post
    Hello guys , i am new to this forum , but i am readyng trhu the posts every day. So i decided to reply on this post, because i found this Interresting information about the study he did in 2008.

    here is the link to the pdf

    http://www.halmannc.com/f/SCI.pdf

    and to the site of the klinik

    http://halmannc.com/

    so maybe dr. wise could u read over it and tell me what u thing.

    Thank you Ben
    Hey guys could you read thru and tell me what u think

  6. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by Benda View Post
    Hey guys could you read thru and tell me what u think
    I read the paper posted on http://www.halmannc.com/f/SCI.pdf and was quite impressed. As described in the paper, Dr. Deda transplanted a large number (and volume) of autologous (self) bone marrow mononuclear cells into the spinal cord of 9 patients with ASIA A chronic spinal cord injury ranging from C3 to T11. At one year, 7 of the 9 had converted from A to C and 2 to B. All had improvement or return of somatosensory evoked potentials.

    In my opinion, if bone marrow cells are to be transplanted, the best way to ensure that they are present in the spinal cord is to put them there. I am not convinced that injecting mononuclear cells intravenously or intrathecally will get many cells into the spinal cord injury site. In addition to injecting as much as a ml of cells into areas of the spinal cord that seem to be avascular, Dr. Deda also placed millions of cells around the cord.

    Several studies have suggested the intrathecal injected cells may have anti-inflammatory effects, due to factors the cells secrete, on acute injury. Alok Sharma in Bombay has reported that as many as 50% of patients that have received intrathecally injected bone marrow mononuclear cells have shown some improvement.

    Sykova, et al. in Czechoslovakia have published that patients with acute spinal cord injury show more benefit from intraspinal transplants of autologous bone marrow cells than those with chronic spinal cord injury but the degree of improvement was less impressive and there was no controls. In contrast, this is a study of patients who were all ASIA A chronic. I am not sure why Sykova did not find as much improvement as Deda. Perhaps it has to do with the number of cells that were injected.

    Wise.

  7. #27
    Dr. Young
    Thank you very much.
    Dr. Deda uses the word " storage material " can you please explain that?
    Regards

  8. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by alipur View Post
    Dr. Young
    Thank you very much.
    Dr. Deda uses the word " storage material " can you please explain that?
    Regards
    It is an unusual word to use but he clarified by saying that it is gelfoam. It is a surgical material that is used to produce clotting. He didn't have anything available that is more suitable, I suppose. Wise.

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    Thanks for the reply.
    I think about getting the surgery, whats ur opinion.
    Shut i wait or go for it?

    I am c5 Asia B 8 yeara post injury.

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    Dr.Young, Dr.Alok Sharma's reports are not confirmed . He has no data that he can provide that he has seen a 50% improvement in some of his patients. In fact there is no documentation on his part. He does does not follow his patients after his itrathecal procedure. I really do not know how he has been claiming this.I have had his treatment. i have seen no benefit , and and I am in regular touch with 5 of his patients , who report the same. zero. Zilch. If he ( Alok ) is so sure that his treatment provides benefit to 50% of his patients then he would have a queue of people like me out side his door instead of desperate people looking for the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. His trial is not genuine ! Period .

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