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    Paralyzed mice with spinal cord injury made to walk again.

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    https://www.sciencedaily.com/release...0719142035.htm

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    Just had one of my PCAs who is a physical therapist tell me about this one less than 12 hours ago, looks promising.

    A drug that can simulate the gains made with the effects of epidural electrical stimulation, with a pacemaker of sorts attached to your back, is absolutely the way to go, could be close to what might be the most appropriate route.

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    Combining this chemistry with transcutaneous stim could be very good stuff.
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    Acute injuries in the mice almost certainly unfortunately

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    Very interesting. Wesmaister found what looks to be CLP290 being sold online so my question is must it be injected and can it be more helpful to people with incomplete injuries. -Jan

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    Ahhhhhh...what a time to be a mouse. Must be nice.
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    Are the cured mice reproducing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oddity View Post
    Ahhhhhh...what a time to be a mouse. Must be nice.
    CC regularly makes me envious of mice and rats. Must be nice to be the obvious cure priority.
    I hear insurance for mice even covers commode chairs.
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    Hey Mize, Do you think first treatment with CLP290 and than Parastep training?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mize View Post
    Combining this chemistry with transcutaneous stim could be very good stuff.
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