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    Oh, did you closely read the results from Project 1?

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    do you mean the part about "moderate" improvement? I guess I just like them for some reason
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    That's nearly a year away. They'd be lining up speakers for next year with an eye on the most promising research being brought forward. A whole lot can happen in a year! Australia appears to only have 2 projects to complete by this next year. Nerve graft and scaffold.

    MP gave their Schwann cells this year.
    Case Western gave nerve graft.
    Invivo gave scaffolding.
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    i was just thinking that asking about them to be invited a long time before the working2walk is better than a short time before... So they have adequate time to prepare... They haven't been made to present and they propose to have good claims
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    http://www.stepahead.org.au/media/pd...ter%202011.pdf

    http://www.stepahead.org.au/media/pd...ing%202011.pdf

    Their next two newsletters. I am considering going to their meetings on November 30th and December 1st. Hoping malthouse might go along if i can't make it

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    Have not been well lately ( plumbing issues ) but will try hard to be there. If you make the trip Christopher I would very much like to say hello!

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    I hope Zoki or Christphor Paddon or someone else can attend this presentation and report back to us as I am booked in to the Austin Hospital on the 30th and will be there at least overnight. If I get out on the 1st I will try and attend but will obviously have missed the first day and will probably have a darned tube hanging out of me.

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    The nonpr who ofit SCS in Australia is independent of SCS in America. I am a chapter head in SCS America and those who want to maintain current awareness of SCS trials and experiments in America should subscribe to the newsletter for $30 per year. SCS in other countries should have equivalent newsletters, etc. but I do not know that for a fact. Do not be surprised if the applicable chronic cure occurs first outside the US. I have written before about why that will be so, so don't be surprised.
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  9. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by GRAMMY View Post
    Oh, did you closely read the results from Project 1?
    hBMSC transplantation markedly improved function and morphological recovery - interesting

    did they actually do anything in people? - they kept talking about animals

    decorin didn't make much difference which seemed to bother them more than the fact that hBMSC transplantation had a positive effect

    I often don't understand papers of this kind (even simple ones) and I think you have to be an expert to understand what the significance really is

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christopher Paddon View Post
    I often don't understand papers of this kind (even simple ones) and I think you have to be an expert to understand what the significance really is
    oh, ok.

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