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Thread: Once Paralyzed, Three Men Take Steps Again With Spinal Implant (Gregoire Courtine)

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    ''I wish the research community would focus on using stimulation to solve the problems from the top down. Breathing, hand function, bbs, then look at legs''.

    Totally agree!

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    That's an impressive approach to implementing the treadmill training into the regiment. Here's hoping this surgery/therapy gets funded and implemented into other trials. I could see this tech working well aside other tech like stem cells and such.
    Joe T.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buttabean View Post
    That's an impressive approach to implementing the treadmill training into the regiment. Here's hoping this surgery/therapy gets funded and implemented into other trials. I could see this tech working well aside other tech like stem cells and such.
    They have a company to bring this to market https://www.gtxmedical.com

    Will they get all the funding needed, thats a different story. Afaik they don't have all the money they need yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ivanoperetti View Post
    Above the link of the study. Note: ? Inclusion Criteria:Incomplete SCI graded as AIS C & D..

    https://www.clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/s...jury&recrs=abc
    thanks for this. I ended up applying. looks like I may actually be a candidate. I'm up for the second interview next month.

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