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  • @Mize , if you are in the US then consider doing some research about MD Stem Cell's treatement/trial which resembles Dr. Vaquero's treatment discussed in this thread:

    . The treatment consists of bone marrow derived stem cells provided in paired, paraspinal injections at, above and below the injury performed under radiologic guidance by our board certified, fellowship trained spinal surgeon. This is followed by intravenous and intranasal stem cells for additional treatment of brain, upper motor and sensory neurons. Our initial patient, at the one month postop visit, showed improvement of 1 to 2 sensory levels on ASIA assessment and improvement in sphincter tone. At 2 months they reported internal sensory sensation of bowel activity and proprioception of knee and quadriceps movement. Improvement in certain mobility exercise was noted. Close to 3 months the patients stamina was reported improved with more exercise on the exoskeletal device noted and reduction in the assistance percent on the device.
    @Silvio GS , I've linked Dr. Kim as another practitioner using bone-marrow derived autologous MSC stem cell injections getting some results in South Korea:
    [ discussion ]

    My requests for a paid service for non-Spanish citizens did not get any traction.
    Last edited by Pauly1; 05-30-2018, 09:15 AM.

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    • Thanks Pauly1. I'd spend much of my savings just to reduce my f'ing nerve pain!
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      • Hmmm... Cannot find NCT 03225626 (MD-Stem Cells) on clinical trials.
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        • Nevermind. Found it by searching SciExVR
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          • Dr Young was addressing Jon, Beike's well known shill at the time.
            http://spinalcordresearchandadvocacy.wordpress.com/

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            • Originally posted by Mize View Post
              Nevermind. Found it by searching SciExVR

              Do you have a link
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              • Sorry:
                https://www.clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03225625?term=SciExVR&rank=1
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                • Originally posted by Mize View Post
                  Sorry:
                  https://www.clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03225625?term=SciExVR&rank=1
                  The same P.I. listed in your link is also mentioned here in the Sun Sentinel... http://www.sun-sentinel.com/health/fl-fea-florida-stem-cell-clinics-20171130-story.html
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                  • Isn't this pretty much the same?

                    https://www.regmednet.com/users/3983...al-cord-injury

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                    • Originally posted by GRAMMY View Post
                      The same P.I. listed in your link is also mentioned here in the Sun Sentinel... http://www.sun-sentinel.com/health/fl-fea-florida-stem-cell-clinics-20171130-story.html
                      Ugh. Thanks GRAMMY.
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                      • Originally posted by Proteus View Post
                        Except that the Japanese study was only looking at acute injuries. As such it likely doesn't translate to chronic injuries.
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                        • @Mize, found that Sapporo Medical University are doing a IV BMSC chronic SCI trial:

                          http://rctportal.niph.go.jp/en/detail?trial_id=JMA-IIA00329


                          If they get results, it would a minimally invasive delivery method of autologous bone-marrow derived stem cells. That combo lessens risk and opens the door for western uptake of such treatment.


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                          • Pauly1, interesting, but I'm a bit skeptical about stem cells making their way from an IV drip to the spinal cord. Certainly will be hoping they get results.

                            Any idea why a penicillin allergy would be an exclusion criteria? I'm allergic to penicillin, but it's not server (hives).
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                            • Originally posted by GRAMMY View Post
                              The same P.I. listed in your link is also mentioned here in the Sun Sentinel... http://www.sun-sentinel.com/health/fl-fea-florida-stem-cell-clinics-20171130-story.html
                              This part is pure evil:
                              "-- Florida clinics use online seminars, high-tech websites and listings in the federal database ClinicalTrials.gov to market their treatments to patients."

                              Indeed, being listed on clinical trials does tend to give one credibility.
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                              • Originally posted by Mize View Post
                                This part is pure evil:
                                "-- Florida clinics use online seminars, high-tech websites and listings in the federal database ClinicalTrials.gov to market their treatments to patients."

                                Indeed, being listed on clinical trials does tend to give one credibility.
                                This is one of the big reasons a professionally reviewed list of trials is being put together.
                                Apparently there are tons of "trials" on there for back room stem cells treatments.

                                If you are asked to pay for something its a big red flag.

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