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    Quote Originally Posted by Imight View Post
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    does it mean that the trial has failed ? another 5 years ?

  3. #573
    Don't be rediculous, the trial has not failed. Only recently have a few patients received the highest dose of cord blood + lithium. Patience

  4. #574
    What would be significant? 2-3 changes in neurological function?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Young View Post
    There have not been any significant changes in the chronic SCI trials to date. Hong Kong has done 8 patients to date and Kunming has done 18. There have been six adverse events so far, none directly due to the transplants. Some 12 month followup data is now available from the Hong Kong and the first of the 6 month followups from the Kunming study are becoming available at the beginning of March.

    Wise.
    dr wise,"not any significant"
    You mean clinical plan or patients?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scaper1 View Post
    What kind of adverse events, if you may?
    Things like thrombophlebitis, cerebrospinal fluid leak, wound healing, possible fractures of bone. So far, no neurological loss related to the actual transplants. Wise.

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    Wise your upcoming meeting at Rutgers. Will there be any update or progress of those trasplanted with the therapy? Any critcal assessments of other trials going on at thsi time.

    Anthony

  8. #578
    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Young View Post
    There have not been any significant changes in the chronic SCI trials to date. Hong Kong has done 8 patients to date and Kunming has done 18. There have been six adverse events so far, none directly due to the transplants. Some 12 month followup data is now available from the Hong Kong and the first of the 6 month followups from the Kunming study are becoming available at the beginning of March.

    Wise.
    dr wise,you said"not any significant change",You mean the chronic SCI trials plan have not changed or patients have not any recovery?

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    Quote Originally Posted by east dragon View Post
    dr wise,you said"not any significant change",You mean the chronic SCI trials plan have not changed or patients have not any recovery?
    yea, i took it as the trial setup/plans have not changed. he had already said some patients have gained some recovery. looks like others took it the other way. still unsure here.

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    Dr Wise or anyone elese who may know, how many levels of function does a trial have to show improvement on for it to be given the ok by the FDA? Is it a standard number or will 1 level be enuf? Thanks

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