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    Public Release: 26-Jun-2018
    Inflammation discovery opens window to better rehabilitation possibilities
    Findings could have significant impact on how spinal cord injuries are treated in the future
    University of Alberta
    Inflammation plays a key role in improving the ability to relearn motor skills lost as a result of spinal cord injuries, such as grasping objects, new University of Alberta research shows.
    U of A spinal cord researchers Karim Fouad, a Canada Research Chair in the Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine, and Abel Torres Esp?n studied inflammation and rehabilitation training in rodents and discovered that creating a mild inflammatory response improved a rat's ability to relearn how to pick up pellets months following a spinal cord injury.

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    BioArctic Receives Regulatory Approval in Finland for a Clinical Study in Patients With Complete Spinal Cord Injury

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    STOCKHOLM, July 10, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- BioArctic AB (publ) (Nasdaq Stockholm: BIOA B) announced today that the company has received approval by Fimea, the Finnish Medicines Agency, and Valvira, the Finnish authority for medical device, as well as the local ethics committee for inclusion of Finnish patients in BioArctic's ongoing clinical Phase 1/2 study with SC0806. The candidate product is a combination of a medical device (implant) and a medicinal product (FGF1) for patients with complete spinal cord injury. This approval means that BioArctic has received approvals in all the countries planned to participate in the study, i.e. Sweden, Estonia, Norway and now Finland.

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