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Thread: "SCINet" or "Spinal Cord Injury Network": Does it really exist or yet to be founded?

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    Hackensack University Medical Center, Jersey Shore University Medical Center, and New Jersey Medical School, Newark. When it's time to apply, those interested will apply directly to the hospitals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim View Post
    The trial, including the physical rehab will be six months. Anyone can relocate for that time period, but will have to cover those costs. They will also have to come back for the follow-up exams.
    Maybe I misunderstood. I thought the patients after surgery would stay on premises for the 6 months. Do I not have that correct? Do they stay in a hotel or something? I thought it was all payed for.

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    Post surgery, there is six weeks of outpatient standing/walking, followed by 6 months of walking at a facility like PushtoWalkNJ. Travel and accommodations are not covered.

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    thought this belongs the Spinal Cord Injury Network USA (SCINetUSA) thread. Complete change of subject, why not... no wonder the fourum is hard to follow and questions get repeated over and over...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moe View Post
    Thank you Dr. Wise for answering and Jim for forwarding the message. Hopefully all goes well.

    With all those countries mentioned, I'm curious to know who owns the intellectual property of this technology/trial? Could I assume Rutgers? Stemcyte? or open source? The researchers themselves?

    EXAMPLE:
    Q: Who owns the intellectual property of AST-OPC1?
    A: Asterias Biotherapeutics, Inc.
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    Moe, I didn't think you were pointing fingers, I just don't know the answer.
    Allright, Its fine, how about the rest of the admins and everybody else involved, anybody knows?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim View Post
    Post surgery, there is six weeks of outpatient standing/walking, followed by 6 months of walking at a facility like PushtoWalkNJ. Travel and accommodations are not covered.
    Jim is the 6 month walking at a certain place or can you go to the nearest “PushtoWalk” type place?

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    It can be pretty much anywhere, but they need to be trained.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim View Post
    It can be pretty much anywhere, but they need to be trained.
    That’s a good thing then! Makes it a lot easier on people I’m sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by #LHB# View Post
    That?s a good thing then! Makes it a lot easier on people I?m sure.
    Yes absolutely!! Hopefully the whole process goes as well and smooth as keeping things in topic in this tread...
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    Good way to avoid answering a question by letting people butt-in changing the subject...
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