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Thread: Paraplegic move legs after stem cell procedure- Brazilian Center of Cell Theraphy

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    thanks Barrington. I would think if it really positve, they would do other patients, that would be the indicator as to the effacy of the therapy.

    Tony

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    Well thing is that they removed scar tissue and then transplanted cells directly. I dont know how it is safe or risky to remove scar tissue?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jawaid View Post
    Well thing is that they removed scar tissue and then transplanted cells directly. I dont know how it is safe or risky to remove scar tissue?
    dear Jawaid, i had contacted dr xiaoguang Li,but he did not answer my questions about his trial,he just said that he had signed an agreement to cure sci with Wake Forest University of usa in November 30,2011.

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    Hello, people.

    Here comes another (updated) news report about the stem cells trial in Salvador, Brazil:

    http://www.correio24horas.com.br/not...elulas-tronco/

    As the majority of carecure community can't read Portuguese, I'm providing a translated version - in pdf format - here:

    http://servicos.ultimatum.com.br/Car...os_English.pdf

    I would like to thank my friend Claudio Maia for the translation.

    Cheers
    Walid

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    Very Encouraging read. Encouraging news and Encouraging pictures... Effects of efficacy are starting to show
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    Obrigado Brazil
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    very awesome and encouraging. thank you for sharing.

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    Obrigado vocé. Spend a month there gigging 10 years ago - I'd love to go back there sometime. Especially if it meant trying to do something about my current condition..
    Thanks for the update.
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    Thanks for taking the time to get this to us.
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    If there can be any hope in near future this trial also includes with Wise. Acorda made bit disappointed. Let us see when they announce results of phase one and start quickly phase two.

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