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    Originally posted by Sue Pendleton

    Just watch out for crazy Ukranian quads while in Montreal... :-)
    We are here, watching every entry point

    Don't know about whole Canada, but be assured, Montreal is secure.
    Last edited by Max; 9 Jul 2008, 4:36 PM.


      Originally posted by mimin
      I have the opportunity to visit the MP, meet Dr. Green, get evaluated and see what they're up to.

      Is it worth it??
      I certainly think it's worth it. Have you ever done an biofeedback? Be sure to ask about that, too. And I recommend the Biscayne Bay Marriott. They have great customer service.



        have you guys heard about the shwann cells with 14 volunteers in the fall, do you think those 14 are already picked out?


          I haven't heard anything about that... Please elaborate on what you heard
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            Repairing Spinal Cord Injuries

            W. Dalton Dietrich, Ph.D., scientific director of The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis, who has been successful in using cell-based therapies to restore movement in animals with damaged spinal cords, hopes to get clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to begin clinical trials in humans later this year.

            “Hopefully we will be able to start a Phase I safety trial with about 15 spinal-cord-injured subjects,” Dietrich says...


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                Yes, it would indeed be worthwhile. Drs. Dalton Dietrich and Damian Pearse have presented at the Working 2 Walk Symposium ( in 2007 and 2008 respectively. Both are really wonderful and dedicated researchers.
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