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    Dr. Young and ChinaSciNet

    Dr. Young,

    I just wanted to know if this was underway?
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    May 2007

    Started Phase 1 clinical trial at the University of Hong Kong and MacLehose Medical Rehabilitation Center to assess the safety and pharmacokinetics of oral lithium in twenty patients with chronic spinal cord injury/
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    how does it look?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Imight
    Dr. Young,

    I just wanted to know if this was underway?
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    May 2007

    Started Phase 1 clinical trial at the University of Hong Kong and MacLehose Medical Rehabilitation Center to assess the safety and pharmacokinetics of oral lithium in twenty patients with chronic spinal cord injury/
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    how does it look?

    This phase 1 trial has been completed and the data is being analyzed. Wise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Young
    This phase 1 trial has been completed and the data is being analyzed. Wise.


    So that means phase trial II is on schedule? (early 08')

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Young
    This phase 1 trial has been completed and the data is being analyzed. Wise.
    Wow, congratulations, Dr. Young. Good luck to you and subsequently, all of us.
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    I am amazed that this has not received more attention that it has.
    Completing a single clinical trial for SCI is hard enough but to organize the trial network to implement it is a tremendous accomplishment.
    Congratulations Dr. Young. What an achievement.

    Nice update on the ChinaSCINet website too!

    When you get a moment Dr. Young could you explain the relationship of the Keck Center and ChinaSCINet. Does Keck providing funding to ChinaSCINet?
    Thanks Again

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    Quote Originally Posted by litespeed4
    Does Keck providing funding to ChinaSCINet?
    Thanks Again
    Nope. ChinaSCINet is independently funded primarily through donations from the Chinese government, philanthropists and Pfizer.

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    I'm glad to see pfizer getting into the act. I hope more pharma companies join in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Young
    This phase 1 trial has been completed and the data is being analyzed. Wise.
    Congratulations on reaching this milestone, Dr. Young. It is a tremendous accomplishment for you and ChinaSCINet. I'm sure many people are anxious to see the results published.
    Daniel

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRainman
    I'm glad to see pfizer getting into the act. I hope more pharma companies join in.
    Pfizer is a good company to have behind you.

    When donating to the carecure community, where does that go just out of curiosity? Or rather does any funds from Keck go towards CHINASCINET? I would presume its all seperate...and when donating to Keck is that for all their science or just for spinal cord injury research? I am sorry as I have not delved into this yet.

    I also applaud all the work and education Dr. Young takes on everyday.
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