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    Funding should be for who can bring quick trials on humans for chronic and all level of injuries

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    Agreed

    Quote Originally Posted by Jawaid View Post
    Funding should be for who can bring quick trials on humans for chronic and all level of injuries

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    I've often wondered about Neurogel, simply because they are so close to being able to move to trials. I think they told me that they needed 360,000EUROS to cover the costs of the toxicology before moving to trials.

    Discovered in 1994 in Canada, it has never gotten to trials.

    You can have a look at their site: http://www.neurogelenmarche.org/en/
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    Yes so sad about Neurogel that they are not getting funding yet.

    Their work looks good and i guess appreciated by Wise too.

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    What about the trials with Ati355 (against NOGO protein)
    of Schwab and Novartis!

    Günther

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    Quote Originally Posted by guenther View Post
    What about the trials with Ati355 (against NOGO protein)
    of Schwab and Novartis!

    Günther
    Currently in clinical trials for acutes with a completion date of April 2012

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    Grammy–I started this spreadsheet with the help of others–about a year or so ago.
    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...hl=en_US#gid=0

    If I have some extra time in the coming week I can start up another for clinical trials if others are interested in contributing to. I think it was originally Oxsquids idea.

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    Thanks Chaz19. That is what I wanted to see. Predominately the chronic clinical trials are tracked at the u2fp site. (Not so much the tons of acute information). I was especially interested in looking at the pre-clinical and potential therapies..a combined list with some of those mentioned by Paolo of the proposed therapies themselves. Thanks for the doc.
    Last edited by GRAMMY; 08-24-2011 at 06:17 PM.

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    a current list of trials and statuses of their progress.... Doesn't the u2fp website already have that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lunasicc42 View Post
    a current list of trials and statuses of their progress.... Doesn't the u2fp website already have that?
    Yes, the trials are listed at u2fp...They have the status tracked by color and links into the offical sites.

    It's listed under Resourses:

    http://unite2fightparalysis.org/clinicaltrials

    I think what we'd like to look at now is a listing of potential trials, pre-clinicals that are not yet clinical trials in Phase 1.

    - GDA-BMP astrocite: Dr. Davies
    - Decorin: Dr, Davies
    - Chondroitinase: Acorda/Fawcett
    - HESCH: Dr. Keirstead
    - IPS: Dr. Horner
    - NED (hesc): Dr. Lanza
    - Neurogel:France
    - Regeneration Matrix: New World Lab
    - Nerve Grafting: Dr. J. Silver
    - MultiStem: Athersys
    - mimetic peptide 5: Australia

    3) basic research, for example...
    - P-Ten/M-TOR Dr. He
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