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    i just dont get the hold up for this chronic trial. they make it sound like its the same thing but they add in a stem cell. is it the FDA or $$$$?
    i know i heard frank refrence using the profit from the acute stage to get into the chronic stage. but wouldnt there be more money upfront coming from chronics? i mean, they would already have droves of patients waiting in line. instead of wait for new patients to get hurt, essentially. right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barrington314mx View Post
    i just dont get the hold up for this chronic trial. they make it sound like its the same thing but they add in a stem cell. is it the FDA or $$$$?
    i know i heard frank refrence using the profit from the acute stage to get into the chronic stage. but wouldnt there be more money upfront coming from chronics? i mean, they would already have droves of patients waiting in line. instead of wait for new patients to get hurt, essentially. right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barrington314mx View Post
    i just dont get the hold up for this chronic trial. they make it sound like its the same thing but they add in a stem cell. is it the FDA or $$$$?
    i know i heard frank refrence using the profit from the acute stage to get into the chronic stage. but wouldnt there be more money upfront coming from chronics? i mean, they would already have droves of patients waiting in line. instead of wait for new patients to get hurt, essentially. right?
    The hold up is that they don't have a chronic treatment to bring to a clinical trial. They are still in basic research phase. I use that term lightly because I highly doubt they are spending much resources on a chronic treatment.

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    InVivo Therapeutics contact information

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    Quote Originally Posted by ineedmyelin View Post
    yea, i wish he wasn't the face of invivo. he looks like a used car salesman, lol.
    LOL - a used car salesman is also the image of him I had since the beginning

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    Thanks for these links!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by ineedmyelin View Post
    Watch this video where he talks about basically finding a way to cure himself, link below.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mtPwGZ4y428

    As far as his salary, well the company had barely gone public when he gave himself a very generous salary way before producing any kind of trial or treatment. They still dont have any trials much less a product to sell.

    https://www.massdevice.com/news/invi...pay-raise-2011

    I'm an investor in Invivo by the way. I'm long on this stock, not expecting anything soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ineedmyelin View Post
    As far as his salary, well the company had barely gone public when he gave himself a very generous salary way before producing any kind of trial or treatment. They still dont have any trials much less a product to sell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schmeky View Post
    Reynolds got a HUGE increase in pay when his company went public. He is like 99% of all researchers, he will say anything to keep his company funded.
    When someone takes a company public and that follows with a HUGE increase in pay or salary bonus, it can very well be after years of having NO salary and everything coming out of your own pocket (including the salaries of your employees). All I'm saying is let's not be so quick to judge what we don't know. It disempowers us as individuals, and as communities.

    I hate this injury with every fiber of my being too.

    CLJ

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    and for the record, as far as someone curing themselves by reading books. I did my own version of that.

    Of course that is extremely over simplified. I didn't "cure" myself and it wasn't from just reading books (as I bet is the same with Reynolds). But I facilitated a level of recovery that would not of happened without my intervention and mass amount of studies and reading. That's all I did for two years.

    I invented a procedure in the same vain as Frank Reynolds mentions (and the procedure is still being used today). I travelled to, and interviewed, every major Neurosurgeon that specializes in my injury (Brachial Plexus Injury) in the US and even to Europe. I spent every penny I had, causing me to sell my own house. In the process I realized that these MDs have very little way of sharing surgical procedures and strategies and only learn by first hand observation and tutelage (which unfortunately makes sense, I don't want anyone operating on me that hasn't learned the technique or procedure from a practicing specialist).

    Point is it's been done. I don't doubt Reynolds for a second. Anyone doubt me, just call up the BPI Team at the Mayo Clinic and ask.

    CLJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by cljanney View Post
    Point is it's been done. I don't doubt Reynolds for a second.
    I don't either. I think it's unfortunate that people feel the
    need to be misleading and suggest that he claims to have
    cured himself. He's clearly explaining the plasticity of the
    central nervous system when he describes his recovery.

    We shouldn't be so cynical, but instead, grateful that such
    an accomplished and ambitous group has chosen to pursue a
    cure for spinal cord injury.
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