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Thread: StemCells, Inc. Provides Update on Its Phase I/II Study in Spinal Cord Injury

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    Quote Originally Posted by muskie View Post
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    I have made some gains in BBS mostly S which is a big deal for me also I am now an ASIA C we just confirmed that last week I have movement in my joints and can use abdominal and pelvis muscles below my injury I am a T2 and have good trunk stability to T11 and able to get little movement in my joints so now I have become a motor sensory incomplete which makes me a C. I'm back in Switzerland Oct 18th to the 24th I'm excited to see what will be charted after examinations.
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    I may have missed this detail - but what Asia grade was the patient that now states they are an asia c? Sorry if I've speeded through the reading and missed it!

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    I think he was B
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    What's their next plan, are they going to do a clinical trial on cervical injuries next? Never mind yes they are. Anyone think this is a worthwhile investment? I always wonder how far a simple procedure like just using neural stem cells can go, I think this company has more promise in simply providing neural stem cells to other labs rather then curing SCI itself.

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