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Thread: Why Don't We Have a Cure for Spinal Cord Injury? 2016

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    Thank you, what is so personally fascinating about this is Dr. Fehlings colleague was my neurosurgeon ( before he murdered his wife) and at the time they were working with stem cells Inc. to start the first clinical trial for chronic SCI in Canada. I told Dr. Shamji about the work being done in Russia with autologous neural cells and how naturally they should be much more effective then the cells being developed by stem cells Inc. he took an interest into what I was telling him, gave me his personal contact… And then obviously what happened happened. But now here we are Dr. Fehlings, shut down the trail with stem cells Inc. before it even started, and now is going to work with Dr. Ahlfos instead. Very interesting, I can’t help but wonder if Dr. Shamji talked to him about our conversation… I was shocked at how much interest Shamji Took into what I was telling him, and his secretary was shocked when she was told to give me his private contact.
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    The Fehlings lab would be a very obvious choice for the necessary animal replication work since the New World Laboratory is also located in Canada. I spoke with Dr. Fehlings over lunch at ISNR in California when they first consented to begin the rat studies (Dec 2015).

    The killer surgeon, Shamji, murdered his wife and her body was found the following year on Dec 1st, 2016. Horrible thing...

    Canada joined as a recruiting site for the StemCells Inc. trial extremely late in the game. They had 2 locations of the 14 sites. In fact, I think they were the last designated sites to join. Fehlings did not shut down the StemCells Inc. trial, rather the company wound itself down. Fehlings was just a PI at the Toronto site.

    Quote Originally Posted by JamesMcM View Post
    Also keep in mind many of the researchers/labs do not want exactly what they are doing and working with to be public knowledge.
    What witchcraft is this you speak of?
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    Haha! Putting your thesaurus to good use there chap.

    I’m pleased that you have now discovered Fortuna Fix has announced the trial in the West. How did you miss what was happening in your own back yard?

    Travis Roy who spoke at W2W a few years ago is indeed a fierce advocate and is working very hard over there in Boston to accelerate the translation and commercialisation of discoveries.

    I don’t mind what you think of me or how it makes you feel. I mostly only post here to call out misinformation, of which there is so much, so that newbies are not duped. I can stop doing that if you like.

    re Dennis - he’s been injured as long as I have and has never taken an interest in the science or the commercial side of delivering technologies. He’s only interested in finding someone or something to agitate in order drive traffic to his blog. I don’t have the desire to enable him.

    re Anthony - I have known Anthony and Paolo a long time. Neither will be offended or upset with me. So don’t worry.

    You seem like a guy that wants to get involved and one with a thesaurus to boot. Maybe extract it from your ass and stop touting 3 year old partial information garnered from a couple of CEO phonecalls as current fact and get involved in a project local to you.

    As for answering my two questions -

    1) nobody is accountable for Cure as you cannot attach accountability to something that is undiscovered
    2) there is no SCI community and therefore cannot have a value attached to it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesMcM View Post
    LMFAO to write in such a highfaluting manner, to conclude with this... If only it was as simple as just regenerating spinal tissue. The audacity is literally palpable.
    it doesn’t say just “spinal tissue” in my post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesMcM View Post
    Thank you, what is so personally fascinating about this is Dr. Fehlings colleague was my neurosurgeon ( before he murdered his wife) and at the time they were working with stem cells Inc. to start the first clinical trial for chronic SCI in Canada. I told Dr. Shamji about the work being done in Russia with autologous neural cells and how naturally they should be much more effective then the cells being developed by stem cells Inc. he took an interest into what I was telling him, gave me his personal contact… And then obviously what happened happened. But now here we are Dr. Fehlings, shut down the trail with stem cells Inc. before it even started, and now is going to work with Dr. Ahlfos instead. Very interesting, I can’t help but wonder if Dr. Shamji talked to him about our conversation… I was shocked at how much interest Shamji Took into what I was telling him, and his secretary was shocked when she was told to give me his private contact.
    Are you really bragging that the fellow,who murdered his wife and hid the body for a year, found you fascinating?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GRAMMY View Post
    The Fehlings lab would be a very obvious choice for the necessary animal replication work since the New World Laboratory is also located in Canada. I spoke with Dr. Fehlings over lunch at ISNR in California when they first consented to begin the rat studies (Dec 2015).

    The killer surgeon, Shamji, murdered his wife and her body was found the following year on Dec 1st, 2016. Horrible thing...

    Canada joined as a recruiting site for the StemCells Inc. trial extremely late in the game. They had 2 locations of the 14 sites. In fact, I think they were the last designated sites to join. Fehlings did not shut down the StemCells Inc. trial, rather the company wound itself down. Fehlings was just a PI at the Toronto site.



    What witchcraft is this you speak of?
    I'm four hours away from Toronto but have exchanged tweets with Fehlings before. I'd love to tour his lab, but with winter coming it would have to wait until next Summer. Unless someone in Toronto wants to inquire??? The best way is to get someone from here to go 'there' and report back.

    James? Something you would be able to do or no? If you don't want to - no biggie.

    The victim of that despicable murder was from Tecumseh which is on the outskirts of where I live. Her family is still there

    http://windsorstar.com/news/local-ne...r-slain-doctor

    We had an anaethesiologist murder a nurse at a local hospital ... drive his Porsche down to the river and took his own life with meds he knew how to use. As a result, security has tripled at all of our medical places
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    Quote Originally Posted by lynnifer View Post
    I'm four hours away from Toronto but have exchanged tweets with Fehlings before. I'd love to tour his lab, but with winter coming it would have to wait until next Summer. Unless someone in Toronto wants to inquire??? The best way is to get someone from here to go 'there' and report back.
    This was on his twitter timeline. He's still working on this trial.

    https://aospine.aofoundation.org/Str...arch&newsid=27

    He also posted this latest publication a couple days ago.

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29152227

    A nice article again he published in Spine Universe on chronic SCI.

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29152227

    His TL is impressive.

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    I have a cousin working on Stem Cell Research at Michigan State .. I've not revealed that here before .. nothing to do with SCI though. His last publication was on the natural flora and fauna in a baby's digestive tract. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by lynnifer View Post
    We had an anaethesiologist murder a nurse at a local hospital ... drive his Porsche down to the river and took his own life with meds he knew how to use. As a result, security has tripled at all of our medical places
    Why did the anaethesiologist killer want the nurse dead?

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