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    Spasticity question

    Are the current trials expected to help reduce spasticity?

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    Reduction in spasticity, reduction in neuropathic pain, B&B&SF as well as general functional return is the target outcome of most therapies that focus on the regeneration of the spinal cord.

    Well, that is my understanding anyway.

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    Thank you. An exciting time to be alive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs770 View Post
    Thank you. An exciting time to be alive.
    A good time to start helping into this global effort.
    Don't ask what clinical trials can do for you, ask what you can do for clinical trials.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs770 View Post
    Are the current trials expected to help reduce spasticity?
    Most of the trials are aimed at reducing damage in acute or subacute spinal cord injury. ChinaSCINet trials are aimed at regenerating the chronically injured spinal cord. Regeneration or reconnection of the spinal cord should reduce spasticity.

    Wise.

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    Thank you

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