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    December Open House/Shop to Raise Research Funds

    The Spinal Cord Injury Project

    December Open House, First Friday, December 3rd!

    Shop to Raise Research Funds

    December Open House, Friday, December 3rd

    Please join us at the December Open House at the W.M. Keck Center, Friday, December 3rd. Tours of the Center and refreshments between 5:00 and 6:00, program starts at 6:00 pm. (Click for directions). Latest news from the China clinical trials. Reservations not needed.

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    Can you give us a little more info about the program and who is speaking?


      Hi Carl,

      Dr. Young just returned from Hong Kong yesterday and will be speaking about the ChinaSCINet clinical trial- id=165

      The first cell transplant took place Monday-

      The first case was one on the 29th of November. It was, I believe, the first spinal cord injury cell transplant operation in Hong Kong history. The surgery went well. The patient did not have any neurological change afterward. In addition to the daily care and exams, the subject will be receiving formal examinations at 6 weeks, 6 months, and a year. I am hopeful, of course.

      The next case has been tentatively scheduled for around the middle of December.


      After his talk he will be available to to talk and answer questions.

      Hope you can make it.



        Jim, thanks for the update. Good luck to the individual who recieved the therapy.

        keeping on