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    does anyone have access to this paper

    I cannot see if it's about chronic or acute injuries

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    Sooo... Acute... A guy can't catch a break when it comes to animal studies, very rarely. I guess it falls to the fact that it's harder to keep an sci rat to the chronic stage and then try to treat it. Whereas on the other hand, the medical Society is good at making sure sci humans survive to the chronic stage but have little experience treating them because it's harder to do chronic animal studies as a precursor
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    Sooo... Acute... A guy can't catch a break when it comes to animal studies, very rarely. I guess it falls to the fact that it's harder to keep an sci rat to the chronic stage and then try to treat it. Whereas on the other hand, the medical Society is good at making sure sci humans survive to the chronic stage but have little experience treating them because it's harder to do chronic animal studies as a precursor
    Here they are working on this as a feasibility study. Of course they would start the segmented work plan in-vitro first and then move to acute in-vivo with successes. It wouldn't make sense to start a feasibility with chronic animals when working on bio-materials and stem cells. It's not a matter of catching a break. If the bio-material worked in a test tube but then caused the animal to get sick and die when injected...best it be a cheaper acute model rather than one that's been been fed and ripened for experiments with staff time in emptying bladders around the clock etc.

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    I can see that
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