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    Dr. deda and dr.kleinbloesom..

    Hello dr. young and everybody else. Whats the difference between dr. deda and dr. Kleinbloesem? I have read about both of them, but im still not sure. Their procedures both cost the approximatly the same, but from what i have been reading dr. deda have much better outcomes.
    i hope some of you can give answers. anyways thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mv740 View Post
    Hello dr. young and everybody else. Whats the difference between dr. deda and dr. Kleinbloesem? I have read about both of them, but im still not sure. Their procedures both cost the approximatly the same, but from what i have been reading dr. deda have much better outcomes.
    i hope some of you can give answers. anyways thanks.
    I think that the two are separate. Dr. Adeeb al. Zoubi in Jordan works with Dr. Deda. Based on what I saw in Jordan, I believe that the middle east will become a leading place for bone marrow stem cell therapies for chronic spinal cord injury. Like many other places, their problem is lack of funds for clinical trials. They are trying to find a wY to fund the trials without charging the patients.

    I had a long conversation with my new Jordanian friends about why it is important not to charge for experimental therapies. First and foremost, when you are making money from a procedure and you and your staff depends on the income, you (the doctor) cannot be objective about the treatment and you will not be able to say that the treatment does not work. Second, the purpose of clinical trials is to provide credible evidence that a treatment is safe and effective so that a maximum number of people will benefit from the therapy. If you do not do convince other doctors to use the therapy, you are in essence depriving people of the benefits of the therapy. Third, the therapy is unproven until credible evidence of efficacy and safety is obtained. Until such time, it is unethical to collect money from such therapies, even though the patients may be willing to pay. It was quite an interesting discussion. In the end, the issue may become mute because governments will not allow money and resources to be spent on unproven therapies that are not supported by rigorous clinical trial data.

    Wise.

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    so there are no clinical trials right now with dr.deda's work? but i have heard that he still offers treatment?

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    dr deda use to opreat patients for Kleinbloesem. check this:

    Quote Originally Posted by emmy View Post

    After a call with Dr. Kleinbloesem it went all very quickly. Mr. Bouma had an appointment to collect his stem cells for the treatment. An almost painless collection took place in a German hospital. In the meanwhile Dr. Kleinbloesem made the arrangements for the treatment with professor Deda, a Turkish professor and specialist in neuro surgery. Together with his wife, Dr. Kleinbloesem and another patient, Mr. Bouma went to Turkey for five days.
    http://sci.rutgers.edu/forum/showpost.php?p=126015&postcount=1

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