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      http://www.teinteresa.es/espana/CIENCIA-APOYO-DISCAPACIDAD_0_1698430179.html


      "Los resultados del resto de los ensayos cl?nicos, que ya est?n en marcha, se dar?n a conocer a lo largo del pr?ximo a?o.

      "En cuanto tengamos las conclusiones, solicitaremos que esta terapia celular pase a ser un medicamento tutelado de uso hospitalario y entre en la Seguridad Social. A partir de este momento, pediremos ser el centro de referencia para tratar a estos pacientes", declar?."


      "The results of the rest of the clinical trials, which are already under way, will be announced over the next year. "As soon as we have the conclusions, we will ask that this cellular therapy becomes a medicament protected for hospital use and enter Social Security. From this moment, we will ask to be the center of reference to treat these patients, "he said." GoogleTranslate.


      Can you please comment on this Kim? as my spanish is not that good. I guess it is to early to say that there will be sent an application next year?

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        Originally posted by lunasicc42 View Post
        Can anyone translate the important things...like the 'bullet points'?
        I enjoyed listening to this interview. At your request, lunasicc42, I will translate "the important things". I have been a court interpreter, but not a medical interpreter,...so please go easy on me, folks. This is a resume, not a complete translation.

        Jesus Vaquero, neurosurgeon in the
        Hospital Puerta de Hierro in Spain.

        This stem cell treatment technique won't benefit everyone. It is not a muscular recuperation. But it can improve their quality of life. Of those who will benefit, the improvement will fundamentally be in feeling rather than in motor response. Motor recovery depends on a lot of things. It depends on the muscles that the patient has. The patient may have been without movement for a long time.

        The stem cells are taken from the bone marrow of the patient. They are cultivated. They are injected into the spine of the patient at spots determined after doing resonance imaging. Tropic factors stimulate sleeping cells. Science takes time. This takes a lot of patience.

        http://www.cope.es/player/escucha-la...0003&activo=10
        Last edited by Vintage; 14 Dec 2016, 11:27 AM.
        Female, T9 incomplete

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          Originally posted by Vintage View Post
          I enjoyed listening to this interview. At your request, lunasicc42, I will translate "the important things". I have been a court interpreter, but not a medical interpreter,...so please go easy on me, folks. This is a resume, not a complete translation.

          Jesus Vaquero, neurosurgeon in the
          Hospital Puerta de Hierro in Spain.

          This stem cell treatment technique won't benefit everyone. It is not a muscular recuperation. But it can improve their quality of life. Of those who will benefit, the improvement will fundamentally be in feeling rather than in motor response. Motor recovery depends on a lot of things. It depends on the muscles that the patient has. The patient may have been without movement for a long time.

          The stem cells are taken from the bone marrow of the patient. They are cultivated. They are injected into the spine of the patient at spots determined after doing resonance imaging. Tropic factors stimulate sleeping cells. Science takes time. This takes a lot of patience.

          http://www.cope.es/player/escucha-la...0003&activo=10

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            Repeated subarachnoid administrations of autologous mesenchymal stromal cells supported in autologous plasma
            improve quality of life in patients suffering incomplete spinal cord injury

            Published Online: January 06, 2017

            http://www.celltherapyjournal.org/article/S1465-3249(16)30618-1/fulltext


            The first publication was this:

            An approach to personalized cell therapy in chronic complete paraplegia: The Puerta de Hierro phase I/II clinical trial

            Published Online: June 13, 2016


            http://www.celltherapyjournal.org/article/S1465-3249%2816%2930377-2/fulltext#s0050

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              Originally posted by Vintage View Post
              I enjoyed listening to this interview. At your request, lunasicc42, I will translate "the important things". I have been a court interpreter, but not a medical interpreter,...so please go easy on me, folks. This is a resume, not a complete translation.

              Jesus Vaquero, neurosurgeon in the
              Hospital Puerta de Hierro in Spain.

              This stem cell treatment technique won't benefit everyone. It is not a muscular recuperation. But it can improve their quality of life. Of those who will benefit, the improvement will fundamentally be in feeling rather than in motor response. Motor recovery depends on a lot of things. It depends on the muscles that the patient has. The patient may have been without movement for a long time.

              The stem cells are taken from the bone marrow of the patient. They are cultivated. They are injected into the spine of the patient at spots determined after doing resonance imaging. Tropic factors stimulate sleeping cells. Science takes time. This takes a lot of patience.

              http://www.cope.es/player/escucha-la...0003&activo=10
              A scary thing they don't tell us is that after paralysis long-term our muscles may actually lose the ability to contract entirely anatomically. If you cannot get a response from electrostimulation, sadly my friends that is a horrific sign. All of us should be causing our muscles to contract with electrical stimulation just as a preventative measure.

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                I have a lot of spasticity. And in my stump, I have clonus. In my case, I believe my muscles are 'available', there's just no input from my brain.
                Female, T9 incomplete

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                  That's good to hear. I also have spasticity I believe it's one of its few benefits as atrocious as it is. But my right tricep does not spasm, I have less functional in that arm I worry about it muscular anatomical health and structure.

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                    JamesMcM, Taanshi79 is also an ex-construction worker. C3, with function close to C4. Do you know him? /forum/member.php?310884-Taanshi79
                    I don't know if he's been checking in here lately, but he is still active online.
                    Female, T9 incomplete

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                      My spanish is not good, but as I can understand on the forum of lesionmedular.org the Vaquero trail is expanding to several new hospitals.

                      "El ensayo en fase 2 del Doctor Vaquero esta teniendo exito y 4 comunidades aut?nomas entre ellas
                      Sevilla, Coru?a, Bilbao y Barcelona van a participar en el con nuevos pacientes"

                      http://www.lesionmedular.org/7/10117


                      Can you comment on this Kim?

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                        http://www.aspaymmadrid.org/index.ph...ias&Itemid=109

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                          Can someone translate this into gringo? At least the good parts.

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                            https://translate.google.es/translat...26Itemid%3D109

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                              It means this therapy can be effective in incomplete chronic lumbar injury patients to regain bladder bowel sexual function?

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                                Kim, maybe you can clarify this. In the initial trial there were completes involved too, on which they've seen positive results. And then they said they'll continue with incompletes only in a second phase. The patients mentioned in this article, are they from the second phase? Are they already getting results from the second phase?

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