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    Well, the idea of becoming web identifiable is making me a bit nervous. Please PM me if you would like to be able say hi, and I'll tell you how to find me, and perhaps we can make a little group.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim View Post
    On Saturday May 21st at 2pm Dr Young will be giving a talk; Clinical Trials for Chronic Spinal Cord Injury.
    Would you like to know more about current research to restore function in people with chronic spinal cord injury? Dr. Young will review these trials, particularly umbilical cord blood and lithium currently being tested in ChinaSCINet and soon in India, Europe, and SCINetUSA. He will provide information on the current status of the trials and how these trials may benefit people with chronic spinal cord injury.


    NY Abilities Expo
    Just a bump on this thread and a reminder that Wise is speaking tomorrow at the NYC Abilities Expo.

    Thanks Wise for all you do for so many and as always your work is never self serving!

    I don't know how you find more than 24 hours in a day but you do. Please publish that result at some point so the laws of physics can be re-written.

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    It was excellent to hear Wise speak today. As always, he took time to speak with as many people as possible afterward. It is hard for me to detail exactly what he said, but I am sure others that were there will post more specifically about plans for trials in the US.

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    I had an awesome time, had the honor of meeting some awesome people! I am posting a few pics @ members pictures.
    I am sorry I missed the opportunity to meet up with some of the carecure members.
    My mouth is like a magician's hat, never know what might come out of it.

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    Wish i could have come to meet ya'll but my niece had a horseback riding competition today.

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    I regret like hell missing Wise speak.

    I had just come off three days of unreal pain, source of which I could only guess so I couldn't bear the idea of wobbling around in my van for 2 - 3 hours to get to Edison. I mean I didn't miss not catching the latest in wheelchair dancing, but Wise would be worth it.

    Did he announce the good news?
    Can I count on getting back my B/ B, and my hands within 2 yrs. YES!
    Can't wait!

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    MValente8 might have been there?

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    I and three charming others I know were there. Whom else did I miss?

    Tim, you did sadly miss Wise and Patricia in all their usual glory. Alas, although indeed reason for optimism does abound, I regret to report that we're not necessarily at the two-year mark. But if you know any rich people eager to fund our clinical trials, we will get there soon. Alternatively, if we all donate our dollar a day, and recruit others to join us, we'll likely get there even faster. I don't at all purport that that's a faithful rendition of Wise, but it's the imperative I carried home.

    I hope you're feeling better.
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    Thanks Random, for sure the opportunity to see

    Quote Originally Posted by Random View Post
    I and three charming others I know were there. Whom else did I miss?

    Tim, you did sadly miss Wise and Patricia in all their usual glory. Alas, although indeed reason for optimism does abound, I regret to report that we're not necessarily at the two-year mark. But if you know any rich people eager to fund our clinical trials, we will get there soon. Alternatively, if we all donate our dollar a day, and recruit others to join us, we'll likely get there even faster. I don't at all purport that that's a faithful rendition of Wise, but it's the imperative I carried home.

    I hope you're feeling better.
    Wise and Patricia in action is special. They are two people whose thankless effort remains unmatched. Unlike Dr. McDonald, Wise and Patricia seem to work from their hearts rather than for the cameras.

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    I was there...I saw PatD, creator of the awesome free wheel...but I did not know anyone else so do not know if I saw you!
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