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    hey nphuskers, whats your level of injury and how long have you been injured?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GRAMMY View Post
    I don't think anyone knows until we get the data from Phase 3 trials which contain large numbers of participants. There's so many variables that need to be acknowledged. Here's a pretty nice list of SCI trials currently underway.

    https://www.u2fp.org/educate/clinical-trials/
    All those leading to no improvement

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    Assisted waking isn't a cure and I'd argue almost anyone doing the intensive gait training would improve. By bladder and bowel, you mean the ability to self-manage your own bladder and bowel program, not that you won't need to cath or use digital stimulation to relieve yourself.
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    I'll be visiting University of Minnesota next month to check out their E-STAND trial.


    Also, someone I know is going to China to get epidural simulator implanted. If that would bring back B,B & S function I think it might be a step in right direction.

    40k for phoenix exoskeleton & 40k for chinese simulator to make yourself a bit more bionic

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    Quote Originally Posted by wesmaister View Post
    I'll be visiting University of Minnesota next month to check out their E-STAND trial.


    Also, someone I know is going to China to get epidural simulator implanted. If that would bring back B,B & S function I think it might be a step in right direction.

    40k for phoenix exoskeleton & 40k for chinese simulator to make yourself a bit more bionic

    Awesome, keep us posted
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    Wesmaister please keep updated who is going China as i am also suffering BBS function loss due to L1

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    Quote Originally Posted by tvot View Post
    ru from southpark
    Nope
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    Quote Originally Posted by wesmaister View Post
    I'll be visiting University of Minnesota next month to check out their E-STAND trial.


    Also, someone I know is going to China to get epidural simulator implanted. If that would bring back B,B & S function I think it might be a step in right direction.

    40k for phoenix exoskeleton & 40k for chinese simulator to make yourself a bit more bionic
    Just wasting money with both approches, but please prove me wrong!
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    so paolo, is it safe to say that you are not excited about the potentials of e-stim? Not in a hostile argumentive manner at all but for the sake of actual enlightening discussion: what is it about e-stim that you think is hype? Unlike some others on here I don't think of you as a negative shit-starter but everything that I have read on e-stim has been pretty exciting and don't understand why you don't like that avenue of research. No broad or generalizing statements please
    Just interested why you are not excited about e-stim like most of us are. How could we not be?
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    the thailand e-stim is hype but I think the edgerton type on is going to bring recovery
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