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    sci trials

    in my opinion the best trials and results regarding sci should be made on humans subjects.rats cannot comunicate regarding improvments .am i right or wrong?i am a volunteer again.
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    Wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schmeky
    Wrong.
    why scmeky?do you remmemer how the medicine evolved ?1939-1945?
    hitler scientiests used human subjects for reaserch.i can comunicate ,an inferior animal cant.lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by adi chicago
    why scmeky?do you remmemer how the medicine evolved ?1939-1945?
    hitler scientiests used human subjects for reaserch.i can comunicate ,an inferior animal cant.lol.
    Yeah, you're right adi. You would be able to tell a scientist if you
    were in horrible pain or dying from an experimental procedure, a
    lot better than a rat could.

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    adi chicago,

    There was a death that centered around a young man named Jessie Gelsinger several years ago. Do a search.

    Any death, for whatever reason, could stop a good clincal trial, if not derail it completely. Besides, no Doctor, clinic, or hospital will assume liability in the USA without rigorous clinical trials occuring first. Neither would you or I.

    There is no such thing as a medical legal waiver in the USA. You can sue and win for the most basic and fundamental of reasons.

    Humans cannot be guinea pigs in the USA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schmeky
    adi chicago,

    There was a death that centered around a young man named Jessie Gelsinger several years ago. Do a search.

    Any death, for whatever reason, could stop a good clincal trial, if not derail it completely. Besides, no Doctor, clinic, or hospital will assume liability in the USA without rigorous clinical trials occuring first. Neither would you or I.

    There is no such thing as a medical legal waiver in the USA. You can sue and win for the most basic and fundamental of reasons.

    Humans cannot be guinea pigs in the USA.
    i am a us citizen as well.
    i was not afraid to have dr.huang procedure.without guineea pigs the sci will remain an enigma.in usa after my accident i became a quad .new mexico ,if the accident was in chicago,new york,new jersey,miami ,los angeles,my life was diffrent today.
    Last edited by adi chicago; 12-16-2006 at 12:01 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Schmeky
    adi chicago,

    There was a death that centered around a young man named Jessie Gelsinger several years ago. Do a search.

    Any death, for whatever reason, could stop a good clincal trial, if not derail it completely. Besides, no Doctor, clinic, or hospital will assume liability in the USA without rigorous clinical trials occuring first. Neither would you or I.

    There is no such thing as a medical legal waiver in the USA. You can sue and win for the most basic and fundamental of reasons.

    Humans cannot be guinea pigs in the USA.
    a death can stop it, success stops it also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DA
    a death can stop it, success stops it also.
    when i flu to china i told my family.....no orthodox priest there,i made them laugh.i am not a chicken.i just want to be ab.again.is an old proverb the dog who bark too much doesnt bite.i bark and bite in the same time.lol.rare specimen me.
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    Long-term care of paraplegic laboratory mammals

    http://www4.infotrieve.com/newmedlin...ment&count=171
    Last edited by manouli; 12-16-2006 at 09:28 PM.

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    i know manouli,but the monkeys cannot speak and colaborate with the scientiests.between humans and other primates is a huge diffr.chimps 98%human dna ,but a monkey will never speak.....english,spanish ,etc.
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