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Thread: A Breakthrough in spinal cord injury treatment (interview with doctor Wise Young)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barrington314mx View Post
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1GcS...FLLCgPobX/view

    Paolo, are you a complete injury? If this isn't exciting to you, then I imagine you must be incomplete because this is pretty damn exciting to me. Dude barely has any muscle at all and is doing pretty good for having a complete SCI.
    It really is incredible to watch.
    I am really looking forward to seeing the results of the people in the 6 x 6 x 6 without stem cells...

    Just very curious to see how much extreme amounts of exercise / practice would help people.

    I guess I'm a bit 'lucky' in that I'm fairly incomplete and can ambulate. So maybe instead of 30 minutes a day, if I do many hours a day, I can get my functional life back.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barrington314mx View Post
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1GcS...FLLCgPobX/view

    Paolo, are you a complete injury? If this isn't exciting to you, then I imagine you must be incomplete because this is pretty damn exciting to me. Dude barely has any muscle at all and is doing pretty good for having a complete SCI.
    Hope you can enter the US trial.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mitchitsu View Post
    It really is incredible to watch.
    I am really looking forward to seeing the results of the people in the 6 x 6 x 6 without stem cells...

    Just very curious to see how much extreme amounts of exercise / practice would help people.

    I guess I'm a bit 'lucky' in that I'm fairly incomplete and can ambulate. So maybe instead of 30 minutes a day, if I do many hours a day, I can get my functional life back.....
    The nine who are randomized to the 6-6-6 only group will be offered the cells after the trial, followed by 6 more months of training. This group will probably do the best.

    The 6 weeks of outpatient PT will only be 5-5-5, the rehab centers can't do 6-6-6.

    They had a trial in Kunming, hasn't been published yet. Thirty subjects, complete, C5-T10, randomized to surgery, no surgery, both 6-6-6. The surgery consisted of aggressive untethering and removal of adhesions to restore normal cerebral spinal flow. About 25% in each group 'walked' between Kunming level III/IV. 85% of the surgery group regained bowel/bladder. Pretty incredible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim View Post
    The nine who are randomized to the 6-6-6 only group will be offered the cells after the trial, followed by 6 more months of training. This group will probably do the best.

    The 6 weeks of outpatient PT will only be 5-5-5, the rehab centers can't do 6-6-6.

    They had a trial in Kunming, hasn't been published yet. Thirty subjects, complete, C5-T10, randomized to surgery, no surgery, both 6-6-6. The surgery consisted of aggressive untethering and removal of adhesions to restore normal cerebral spinal flow. About 25% in each group 'walked' between Kunming level III/IV. 85% of the surgery group regained bowel/bladder. Pretty incredible.
    when might that paper you speak of be published?
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    I'll ask Wise

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