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    Question "cure spinal cord injuries" (Prasad Hospital)

    This article apparently says that Prasad Hospital in Hyderabad, India can (among other things) cure spinal cord injuries with stem cells.

    Do doctors at the hospital actually claim this? If so, are they telling the truth? If it is real, how does the Prasad Hospital treatment compare with the research in China that is also discussed here?

    I have read on the Plegia Facebook group about stem cell treatments of people with spinal cord injury in India, which do not work. Maybe it is just a scam, but why draw international attention to a scam if it is one?

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    If they draw no attention, then no one will fall for the scam. The bigger the attention, they higher % people fell for it. They have no trials or anything to back them,except maybe their mouth or words.

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