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Thread: State of Human Trials

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    Schemky
    This is dutch. You can try an online translation. try http://dictionary.reference.com/translate/text.html

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    Schmeky, it's not recent it's from last year so not very actual anymore.There's only a little update from April 2003.I know because I've written it( I write newsletters which are sent to the members of the Dutch Spinal Cord Organisation and often they put it on their website as well).

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    check your email please.

    Vladko
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    Iway2002,

    Thanks for the translation website, I added it to my favorites.

    Pecla,

    Thank you for the update and I look forward to your future contributions.

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    Schmeky, what was the final total of human clinical trials?

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    Phebus,

    I don't know. I was attempting to pool the forum members info in order to supplement what little I have knowledge of.

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    Summary of cutting edge human trials:

    1) Lima in Portugal, nasal mucosa
    2) Brisbane Australia, autologous OEG
    3) Huang, Beijing, fetal OEG
    4) Tarcisio Barros, Brazil, bone marrow stem cells
    5) Mexico, Rameriz, cord blood stem cells (2003)
    6) China, stem cells, possibly 2004/2005

    These are geared towards chronics, therefore I omitted things like 4-AP (that may be in trials for a long, long time).

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    Schmeky -

    Thank you for the detailed list. Although IN1 and Biogen's Nogo receptor blockers aren't in trials yet, they are my personal best hope. Nothing beats a huge company's assets pushing a therapy forward. My gut feeling is the cell implant therapies will be a "supplementary" therapy. In the end analysis, we chronics need long-distance axon growth. This implantation stuff provides the material to grow, but the cord has to have a permissive environment.

    My ideal therapy sittin' here in 2003 is an OEG injection with a Nogo-receptor-blocker drip system implanted in my back.

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    schmeky did you notice which nation with most money was left out?

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    Schmeky and others,

    Has anybody been able to make contact with Dr. Barros?

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