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Thread: Invivo scaffolding implant (first patient) showing early results!

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  2. #22
    Quote Originally Posted by Nicksdad View Post
    InVivo Therapeutics Holdings Corp. (NVIV) today announced that a seventh patient has been enrolled

    http://invivotherapeutics.cmail20.co...7CCDA886AB700A


    After five patients, they should move on and start talking to Dr. Silver about adding the peptide he has described in other posts.
    They appear to be having some success, Dr. Silver's descrption of the peptide for acute seems like it would be a great combination.
    Ha they won't!

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    InVivo Therapeutics Announces Enrollment of Seventh Patient into The INSPIRE Study


  4. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by JamesMcM View Post
    Ha they won't!
    We all appreciate the necessity for trials. But waiting for results of 250 people is not going to get it done. The amount of time. . . you have 250 people that can't volunteer for anything else. . . I never feel educated enough to make a serious argument; but, it really does seem okay and reasonable for Invivo to show their silly putty is safe and shows any probability of improved outcome and after a half dozen tests with similar results, move on. Dr. Silver's confidence in the peptide seems to be a prime candidate. Maybe everyone is afraid of accidentally finding a cure. . . don't want to stumble onto something 'cause we won't know why it worked.
    I realize 250 is a number I made up. But I feel like by the time these trial centers see 6 patients they probably know Wow, we are onto something great, or Holy crap, that was a bad idea.
    please . . .test what you already know; and give us what you have. we may not be dying, but we certainly are not living either

  5. #25
    Quote Originally Posted by scimike View Post
    InVivo Therapeutics Announces Enrollment of Seventh Patient into The INSPIRE Study
    This Phase 3 for acute injuries only will end in about 14-15 months. They are hoping to enroll 20 but may not get that many. The criteria is fairly stiff with wanting AIS A only at T2-T12/L1 and the scaffold must also be implanted within 96 hours of injury.

  6. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by GRAMMY View Post
    This Phase 3 for acute injuries only will end in about 14-15 months. They are hoping to enroll 20 but may not get that many. The criteria is fairly stiff with wanting AIS A only at T2-T12/L1 and the scaffold must also be implanted within 96 hours of injury.
    Here's some factual information in the company video that explains the clinical transition of this acute only scaffold due to the probable benefit approval given by the FDA during their panel discussions.

    The "chronic" portion of the presentation is at 1:14:00 of the tape explaining the future scaffold and stem cells combination they are working on called "Bioengineered Neural Trails".

    Q & A is at the very end.

    Last edited by GRAMMY; 03-25-2016 at 10:40 AM.

  7. #27

    PixarBO

    Can anybody shed some light on this?

    http://pixarbio.com/portfolio/spinal-cord-injury/


    Spinal Cord Injury Treatment


    PixarBio CEO and CSO Frank Reynolds conceived, believed, invented, and patented first generation NeuroScaffolds for neuroprotection and regeneration of the spinal cord after traumatic spinal cord injury as Chief Science Officer, CEO and CFO of InVivo Therapeutics Corp (NASD:NVIV)
    In 2015, Frank?s first generation NeuroScaffolds during an FDA human study nothing short of a miracle in the first human patents to receive the NeuroScaffolds. Patient reports are phenomenal.
    At PixarBio Frank has led the invention of a novel generation of acute and chronic injectable Neuroscaffold?s, NeuroRelease SCI TM.
    In 2016, PixarBio applied to the USFDA CDER for Orphan Status approval for NeuroRelease SCI.

    We look forward to advancing NR-SCI to market and to a competitive marketplace in SCI with the expectation to raise the bar far above the current state of R&D in the industry.

    PixarBio?s Injectable NeuroScaffold TM is the perfect platform to advance from acute neuro-protective spinal cord injury treatment to a regeneration treatment for chronic spinal cord injury
    As evidenced by winning the 2011 Apple Award for Primate SCI Research, from the National Spinal Injury Association, and his 2015 Life-time Achievement Awards from National Spinal Injury Association Frank Reynolds lead the spinal cord injury research industry 2005-2015, and from 2016 and beyond he will be out-invented himself with his second, third, fourth and beyond generations of SCI Acute and Chronic SCI inventions.










    ? 2016 PixarBio

  8. #28
    Only Grammy can shed light on this

  9. #29
    ROBERT S. LANGER is the Co-Founder on their website. He is also part of InViVo which is using his patent currently on its clinical trials. If he is involved truly then it is legit but Grammy hopefully can shed a light on this

  10. #30
    The Inspire study, what will they think of next? I wonder if it gets more funds raised with a name like "Inspire".
    "Life is about how you
    respond to not only the
    challenges you're dealt but
    the challenges you seek...If
    you have no goals, no
    mountains to climb, your
    soul dies".~Liz Fordred

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