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Thread: In the News: Spinal cord injury treated successfully using new drug

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    I would like to hear experience from anyone decided to try Tetracycline?!
    After some thinking I have figured out that the most unexpected and unknown mechanism's in nature
    as well as in human body can be triggered by the sound, words, light, plant extracts, chemicals...
    We don't know everything.
    In Australia, scientists discover way how to dissolve plaques in the brain that cause Alzheimer just by ultrasound...
    Until every stone is turned I will not stop thinking about possible discovery of something
    totally unexpected, unknown that might change people's life. Like penicillin, or insulin...
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    Just ultrasound? I was melting steel with ultrasound in 1987. Buy all means give it a try, but this smells like scam to me and the "science" isn't there.
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    And zero for "tetracycline spinal"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moe View Post
    Lithium (an oral drug usually to treat depression) had it's chance to be trialed because it was believed to aid in motor/sensatory recovery... How can an existing local marketed topical ointment drug be different and deserve such rejection to be trailed?
    The fundamental problem with this isn't the tetracycline. It's the delivery path. There's no way to get a typically-applied drug to the spinal cord. There are some mean nasty chemicals that diffuse through the skin at massive rates but they wind up in the blood system. They don't magically diffuse through epidermis, fat, muscle, bone and then the dura. This is what makes this unbelievable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mize View Post
    The fundamental problem with this isn't the tetracycline. It's the delivery path. There's no way to get a typically-applied drug to the spinal cord. There are some mean nasty chemicals that diffuse through the skin at massive rates but they wind up in the blood system. They don't magically diffuse through epidermis, fat, muscle, bone and then the dura. This is what makes this unbelievable.
    Exactly,...just mean nasty chemicals unleashed on an already-compromised body.
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