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    Non-Invasive Activation Of Cervical Spinal Networks After Severe Paralysis

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    Even though this is not a ideal cure treatment, there are some good QoL improvements. This should be easier to get approve than invasive treatments right?
    Does Dr V. Reggie Edgerton share the technology with other researcher? I wrote to some sci department in Singapore to show interest in this but with no reply.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyran21 View Post
    Even though this is not a ideal cure treatment, there are some good QoL improvements. This should be easier to get approve than invasive treatments right?
    Does Dr V. Reggie Edgerton share the technology with other researcher? I wrote to some sci department in Singapore to show interest in this but with no reply.
    Trials are being done in a number of locations around the world, however I don't think there are enough units to do more at the moment. Hopefully later this year they will build the next generation units and build enough to do more trials.

    The best thing to do at the moment is to email Nick Terrafranca and let him know.
    https://neurorecoverytechnologies.com/contact-us/

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    Thanks Niallel, I'll talk my spinal cord doctor next appointment. I think she used to do some small scale stimulation experiment long ago.

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