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    List Of Cell Clinics Outside Of The U.S.

    It is my theory that the current political & regulatory conditions within the United States are not conducive to the most expedient application of future curative therapies.

    The purpose of this thread, is to compile a list of the known cell clinics (on one thread) currently operating outside of the United States. If you have an experience with a clinic that you would recommend , or simply know of a clinic, please include the information. Thanks.

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    Member -lilfish received cells from this clinic:

    How to reach International Spinal Cord Regeneration Center

    Our Mailing Address:
    International Spinal Cord Regeneration Center
    P.O. Box 451
    Bonita, California, 91908

    To receive additional information:

    Dr. Robert Lewis
    Phone: (619) 463-5350
    E-mail: spinal@mailutopia.net

    Dr. Ramirez del Rio
    ISCRC in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
    Monday – Friday, 11:00am – 5:00pm, Pacific Standard Time.

    Phone #1: 011-52-6646-832944
    Phone #2: 011-52-6649-732569
    Fax: 011-52-6646-83294

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    Member -Aboxtel received cells from this clinic:

    Contacting Dr. Geeta Shroff:

    Dr. Shroff requests to first email her a thorough description of your current medical condition. After her response, please call her directly on her mobile telephone below.

    Email: geetashroff@hotmail.com
    Mobile Telephone: +91-9810061275
    Assistant: Dr. Ashish Verma
    _____________________________

    Beike Biotech Company, Ltd

    Jonathan Hakim
    Beike Biotech Company, Ltd.
    Shenzhen Hi-Tech Industrial Park
    Tel: +86-755-2673-7020
    Email: info@beikebiotech.com
    Web: http://www.beikebiotech.com
    Last edited by chasb; 11-14-2007 at 04:58 AM.

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    Hi Chasb, thanks for sharing the informations. And more below:

    Dr. Huang Hongyun

    Xixiazhuang, Badachu, Shijingshan District, Beijing, 100041, China

    Tel:86-10-8896-5507
    Fax: 86-10-5162-5950
    Email:nrrfr99@gmail.com
    Website: www.nrrfr.com



    Beijing Tiantan Puhua Hospital
    12 Tiantan Nanli
    Beijing, 100050
    People's Republic of China
    Tel: 86-10-67035566 Fax: 86-10-67061799







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    Good thought Chasb, but everyone keep in mind that a lot of these clinics that will be listed are not producing meaningful results. Stem cell research is still in its infancy and a lot of the clinics in other countries than the USA are creating false hope for many as what they are currently doing on humans does not produce any recovery or worse yet deterioration as much as people dont want to hear that kind of thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Curt Leatherbee
    Good thought Chasb, but everyone keep in mind that a lot of these clinics that will be listed are not producing meaningful results. Stem cell research is still in its infancy and a lot of the clinics in other countries than the USA are creating false hope for many as what they are currently doing on humans does not produce any recovery or worse yet deterioration as much as people dont want to hear that kind of thing.
    very well said curt.....
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    Lets say 10-12 certified clinics are assembled from around the world. Currently there is no definitive cell solutions, from any of the clinics, for spinal cord regeneration.

    There are two "platform" cells (which hold great promise) to "build" off of.

    1) hESCs

    2) UCB cells


    Combination drugs therapies. (purposely left blank, for example only)

    1)

    2)

    3)

    4)

    5)


    Within a short period of time, the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) will be in full swing. http://sci.rutgers.edu/forum/showthread.php?t=90527
    CIRM in all likelihood, be able to produce hESCs with 95% purity, properly differentiated for spinal cord application (as well as other applications).

    I believe at some point in the near future, individuals (through clinics) will be able to order these cells, prepared for their particular application. The pre-prepared cells will be ready for injection, easily over nighted to anywhere in the world. UCB cells are already at that point. (HLA matched, available for worldwide shipping)

    The patient decides on one of the certified clinics. A cell combination best suited to the particular application is then selected. Just like ordering off of a menu. The clinic provides the desired cell injections.

    Can you imagine how fast all the current theories (drug combinations) could be tested? If you calculate testing each drug combination at the current pace takes 3-5 years (this is a very conservative estimate). 25 years of information progress could be documented, through a dedicated Human Clinical Trial data base, within the next 3-5 years.

    Obviously, to provide the most uniform results, each patient would be required to undergo an ASIA examination, before as well as after. http://www.nature.com/sc/journal/v45...3102007t2.html

    Patients are currently flying around the world, paying for and receiving several different types of cell injections anyway. To this point in time, little or no results have been produced. In addition, no uniform credible results are being released.

    The Platforms from which to build off of, are now taking shape. Recently, Geron has reported cellular therapeutics derived from hESCs may provoke only minimal immune reactions and that rejection may be controlled or prevented by short courses of low-dose immunosuppressive drugs. http://www.geron.com/pressview.asp?id=820

    It's now time to assume a mild amount of patient risk, to advance the science at a much higher rate. The patients would be willing to accept this additional risk. Especially since the possibility of recovery is much greater now, then any previous time in history. There is no shortage of willing participants.


    The three main benefits of this plan:

    1) The patients would be receiving the most up to date advanced therapies, while essentially funding the clinical trials. This alone would most likely tripple the rate of the science advancement.

    2) Immediate (credible) patient results would be available in a central, uniform and open data base.

    3) The science would advance at a much higher rate.
    Last edited by chasb; 11-15-2007 at 06:49 PM.

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    on lifetime channel this morn between 10am and 12pm it showed reeves center..2 guys walk after a treatment, they both were high quads for 20 years..1 had been on a vent....i wish i had the full info and dr...was very inspiring.....find it post it

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    Quote Originally Posted by chasb
    Lets say 10-12 certified clinics are assembled from around the world. Currently there is no definitive cell solutions, from any of the clinics, for spinal cord regeneration.

    There are two "platform" cells (which hold great promise) to "build" off of.

    1) hESCs

    2) UCB cells


    Combination drugs therapies. (purposely left blank, for example only)

    1)

    2)

    3)

    4)

    5)


    Within a short period of time, the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) will be in full swing. http://sci.rutgers.edu/forum/showthread.php?t=90527
    CIRM in all likelihood, be able to produce hESCs with 95% purity, properly differentiated for spinal cord application (as well as other applications).

    I believe at some point in the near future, individuals (through clinics) will be able to order these cells, prepared for their particular application. The pre-prepared cells will be ready for injection, easily over nighted to anywhere in the world. UCB cells are already at that point. (HLA matched, available for worldwide shipping)

    The patient decides on one of the certified clinics. A cell combination best suited to the particular application is then selected. Just like ordering off of a menu. The clinic provides the desired cell injections.

    Can you imagine how fast all the current theories (drug combinations) could be tested? If you calculate testing each drug combination at the current pace takes 3-5 years (this is a very conservative estimate). 25 years of information progress could be documented, through a dedicated Human Clinical Trial data base, within the next 3-5 years.

    Obviously, to provide the most uniform results, each patient would be required to undergo an ASIA examination, before as well as after. http://www.nature.com/sc/journal/v45...3102007t2.html

    Patients are currently flying around the world, paying for and receiving several different types of cell injections anyway. To this point in time, little or no results have been produced. In addition, no uniform credible results are being released.

    The Platforms from which to build off of, are now taking shape. Recently, Geron has reported cellular therapeutics derived from hESCs may provoke only minimal immune reactions and that rejection may be controlled or prevented by short courses of low-dose immunosuppressive drugs. http://www.geron.com/pressview.asp?id=820

    It's now time to assume a mild amount of patient risk, to advance the science at a much higher rate. The patients would be willing to accept this additional risk. Especially since the possibility of recovery is much greater now, then any previous time in history. There is no shortage of willing participants.


    The three main benefits of this plan:

    1) The patients would be receiving the most up to date advanced therapies, while essentially funding the clinical trials. This alone would most likely tripple the rate of the science advancement.

    2) Immediate (credible) patient results would be available in a central, uniform and open data base.

    3) The science would advance at a much higher rate.
    chasb, hows going?

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