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

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moe View Post
    I didn't see how this isn't related to a research to a possible cure, eather cord blood, neurogels, scaffolds, marshmallows, stimulators, 4-AP's or ointments - how is this different from what has been posted on the cure forum so i'll know what not to bother share or post next time??
    Because it has nothing to do with a cure, or science.

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    TetraStem
    Ingredients: TETRACYCLINE HYDROCHLORIDE 30mg in 1g...
    First aid to help prevent skin infection in minor cuts, scrapes, and burns....
    * This product is an OTC antibiotic for human use...
    * No claims regarding stem cell healing are implied for this product.
    https://www.drugs.com/otc/129916/tetrastem.html
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    Albert Einstein said.... "If at first the idea is not absured, then there is no hope for it."

    It's absurd not to spell check an Einstein quote.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim View Post
    Because it has nothing to do with a cure, or science.
    We need human trials now. Maybe chinasci can do it?

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    ChinaSCINt is not interested in wasting time or money.

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    This is funking the equivalent of neosporin or acne cream. There is no mechanism to migrate any epidural substance into the cord. None. Even if there was such a mechanism, antibiotics have no ability, under any circumstances, to change cells into stem cells. This is nothing more than a scam to prey upon desperate, non-technical SCIs.
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    So is anyone going to try it out?

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    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?
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    Quote Originally Posted by monkster View Post
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    Attached is a document for your review. Phillips Company is frequently asked two questions:
    1. What research metholology has been used, and what new ground-breaking
    results have been obtained? The answers are addressed in CHAPTER 1 of this
    document.

    and

    2. What are the prospects for using transdermal delivery of a new stem cell drug to
    successfully treat Spinal Cord Injury -- particularly for people who have suffered
    for years because of older Spinal Cord Injuries? The answers are addressed in CHAPTER 2 of this document.
    if.
    Monkster, I wasn't able to view the above-mentioned document. On my tablet, all I see is a blank square between the words "review." and "Phillips". Could you give us a link to that document, please?

    P.S. I found the link that I was asking monkster for.
    http://www.phillipscompany.4t.com/SCAR.pdf
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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?
    Many papers showed lithium was beneficial for recovery. If someone (including) the company that is pushing it believes in it, they can invest the time and money to prove it really works! If someone had a therapy they somehow got lucky with, don't you think they would perform the trials to prove it worked?

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