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    [QUOTE=chris arnold;1303862]In addition to this, and other threads where drug therapy is used, we should all bear in mind that whether "naturpathic" or conventional drugs are considered, they are both closely related. Any one prescribing or advocating a substance for others should licensed to do so.

    Quinine and aspirin both came to light in studying tree barks. Strychnine and curare are both obtained from "organic" sources, also. Remember that strychnine was once given as a heart tonic. It's also worth noting that cocaine and caffine are closely related.[/QUOT

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris arnold View Post
    When you do talk to Ken, ask if he answers E-mails. Several days ago, I contacted him. This was not to ask him if he was a quack (almost certainly to be denied whether he his or not); rather a fairly general question. I might add that I live in the UK, so I can't pop down the road to see him. He may be just very busy or whatever, but no reply has been forthcoming.

    It's sad that so many seem to respond to others with replies that condensed down can be summed up as "Hiya dork".

    As mentioned in another thread, therapies that are completely effective for everyone are rare, wherever they come from!
    I received an E-mail today, from Ken Bryant. Fuller information will be sent via snail mail.
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    http://www.dailyhealthreport.org/cer...tem-cells/810/; intersting article; let's all , in our own way, root for this baby and all who suffer this malady.

    keeping on

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    http://www.stemcellresearchnews.com/...asp?a=2448&z=9; another interesting article for rebuilding cartilage. If they can ever get this to humans, it will help countless number of patients to preserve their joints. Who knows, this might be avaialble for us at some date.

    keeping on

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    Hello carecure...

    Just wanted to check in and spread some positive information since there's been a lot of negative pointed towards NSC therapy and specifically towards Ken. I am now aware that the treatments aren't showing positive results on everybody. I also haven't seen any negative results (besides the loss of money, time, and energy). If anybody can figure out why it works for some and not for others, be my guest and explain it. However, I am positive it works for some. I myself am proof. I'm including a couple other recent testimonies for you all to see more proof.

    Here's a before and after video of one of his clients after 1 treatment.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tKtVl0F3BlM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSJoGDEGnF4

    Here's his most recent client after 1 treatment. H

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wl6DhdMTIGE

    Here he is again after his 5th

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5x45qOy24TA

    The truth will prevail in time. Ken does restore sensation and movement to once paralyzed limbs and the rest of the body. It may not work for all, but it works for some. What other options do you have? Waiting in line for Wise and others in the stem cell field may take a while....

    Keeping on...can you please stop spamming my topic please? And Ineedmylin...do you have anything positive to say yet? You've been trying to trash my character along with Kens and it just makes you look bad in the eyes of people that see the truth...and know the truth.

    Everybody else thank you for following my progress and I look forward to some positive feedback if there is any

    Here's my new video...posted today...made yesterday. Enjoy

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gna_AVUwT60

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    Dustin, I admire your spirit and wish you all the best with your therapy. Hope that your February doctor appointment will be gratifying and encouraging.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonnette View Post
    Dustin, I admire your spirit and wish you all the best with your therapy. Hope that your February doctor appointment will be gratifying and encouraging.
    Some more BS. You talk BS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leif View Post
    Some more BS. You talk BS.
    Perhaps we should all lie down and die.

    Dustin is being honest. Anyone who has watched the videos would not believe that this is originally a C5/6 complete injury.

    Not all antibiotics have the same effect on everybody, and many well tried surgical procedures yield differing results for different patients. This is particularly true for neuro surgery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chris arnold View Post
    Perhaps we should all lie down and die.

    Dustin is being honest. Anyone who has watched the videos would not believe that this is originally a C5/6 complete injury.

    Not all antibiotics have the same effect on everybody, and many well tried surgical procedures yield differing results for different patients. This is particularly true for neuro surgery.
    I should probably not have written it like that, but it seams like some are more interested in kvasi science than in real science.

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    Perhaps, Leif, the interest is not so much in pseudo science as much as what ever is available now.

    Also frustrating is the robotic and electronic field. You would think that in 7 (at least) years the exoskeleton could be smaller, lighter and more manageable than it is. My son tried out the Berkeley one-it was so cumbersome-not even near a state that it could actually be used. Even the Isreali one seems ripe for a tweak or two so it could be used by everyone while clinical trials are going on.

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