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    Dr. Wise Young, this looks like great news!

    Taipei hospital reveals breakthrough paralysis therapy

    After 12 years of research on human subjects, Taipei Veterans General Hospital has successfully demonstrated a self-developed nerve regeneration technology that can treat chronic paralytic patients and restore their nerve functions, making it possible for them to move and walk again.

    The hospital announced its discovery on Monday (Apr. 4). The new therapeutic method consists of three major processes: nerve repair surgery, a compound cocktail of drugs and intensive post-surgery rehabilitation.
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    http://www.wantchinatimes.com/news-s...20110408000060

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    - Encouraging.. Very!
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    i don't belive the news,if it is truely,why can't the taiwan former president's wife walk? she is a patient of sci for many years.

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    Good question.
    Dr. Wise Young, can you enlighten us on this?

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    Senior Member rdf's Avatar
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    When was she injured? It seems this paper reports a treatment that started many years ago, with years of rehabilitation part of the process, and they're just now reporting the results. I could be reading it incorrectly. Who knows? I'll wait for Wise to weigh in.
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    i don't belive the news,if it is truely,why can't the taiwan former president's wife walk? she is a patient of sci for many years.
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    I would think Dr Wise would have already known about this news..It seems hard to believe.
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    Although I don't believe it, but I asked my friend to consult the doctor of the hospital , if have information, I will post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdf View Post
    When was she injured? It seems this paper reports a treatment that started many years ago, with years of rehabilitation part of the process, and they're just now reporting the results. I could be reading it incorrectly. Who knows? I'll wait for Wise to weigh in.
    she was injured in1985.

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    Hum, another similar report was published 10 years ago. See http://www.mcpf.org/Research/tabid/1...3/Default.aspx

    I'm guessing his results will not be replicated elsewhere.

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    From the article 10 years old. Could all be BS, I don't know. Something's fishy it seems.
    Media reports have said that first lady Wu Shu-chen, who has been paralyzed from the chest down since she was hit and run over by a car in 1985, is very interested in Cheng's research. She has expressed the hope to be able to stand up again after treatment.
    Cheng said, however, that a medical team would have to examine the first lady's situation before he could recommend treatment.
    Quote Originally Posted by khmorgan View Post
    Hum, another similar report was published 10 years ago. See http://www.mcpf.org/Research/tabid/1...3/Default.aspx

    I'm guessing his results will not be replicated elsewhere.
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