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    #16
    the video i watched where mr. reynolds told his story about reading books and curing himself was pretty funny stuff...i guess he's supposed to be inspirational...

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      #17
      Reynolds got a HUGE increase in pay when his company went public. He is like 99% of all researchers, he will say anything to keep his company funded.

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        #18
        Originally posted by paolocipolla View Post


        Just look at Geron how long did they take to recrut just 5 people??



        Paolo
        speaking of this, i just recently learned that i was offered a spot in a clinical trial. and giving the time of my injury, it certainly had to be geron's. but my point here is, i completely dont remember them offering this to me. its said that it was offered and i declined. so the way they are going about recruiting may be the problem. invivo may have a different game plan. idk.

        but back on topic, the more i watch these news channel appearances of this guy, the more i cant stand it. i think the guy that claims he was paralyzed and healed himself from reading about it is a straight up liar about it all, including this chronic claim they are making.
        i hope i am wrong. id love to know that no one has to live like this any more.

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          #19
          Originally posted by rkaufman15 View Post
          I am pretty sure Mr. Renyolds read lots of books to figure out a way to help himself and others with SCIs. He was a one in a million kinda guy buy getting feeling back for no particular reason. I'm glad he is doing something because he didn't have to do anything.
          he is trying to make money out of other people's misery
          reading books and cured himself as if
          why doesn't he sell us the books then..

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            #20
            Originally posted by peterf View Post
            he is trying to make money out of other people's misery
            reading books and cured himself as if
            why doesn't he sell us the books then..

            Btw - did anyone spot any connection between InVivo device and Karolinska Sweden Trial device or it's all coincidence?
            www.MiracleofWalk.com

            Miracles are not contrary to nature, but only contrary
            to what we know about nature
            Saint Augustine

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              #21
              Hes a douche bag Lose weight you fat fuck. You cant even do that!!!!!!!!!!! what makes me think you put out enough energy to (cure ) youself F-you!!!!!!! Im 6 years post and work my ass off for small gains and Im lucky to get them. Just keep doing what you can and stay in the best shape you can when something and someone credible comes along Quit praying on peoples hopes ASSHOLE

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                #22
                Guys, i'll say this again. When you think of InVivo, try not to think of Reynolds instead think Robert Langer. Dr Langer is a very good MIT scientists with an excellent reputation with just as good track record of making good things happen. Dr Langer gets many requests to get involved in many projects but only chooses the ones he knows that can be successful. I've hyped Dr Langer enough, please do some research on him and learn for yourself who this man is.
                "I'm manic as hell-
                But I'm goin' strong-
                Left my meds on the sink again-
                My head will be racing by lunchtime"

                <----Scott Weiland---->

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                  #23
                  TV Alert

                  InVivo Therapeutics’ CEO Frank Reynolds Scheduled to Appear on Bloomberg-TV to Discuss Spinal Cord injury and Pain Treatments

                  CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (July 23, 2012) – InVivo Therapeutics Holdings Corp. (NVIV), a developer of groundbreaking technologies for the treatment of spinal cord injuries (SCI) and neurotrauma, today announced that CEO Frank Reynolds is scheduled to appear on Bloomberg–TV’s “Taking Stock with Pimm Fox” on Tuesday, July 24th at approximately 5:30pm EDT. “Taking Stock with Pimm Fox” is a weekday program that airs from 5:00pm to 6:00pm EDT.

                  InVivo Therapeutics has pioneered a new treatment using a biocompatible polymer-based scaffold to provide structural support to a damaged spinal cord. The device spares spinal cord tissue from scarring while improving functional recovery after a traumatic SCI. In addition to the scaffold and its application for acute and chronic SCI, Reynolds will discuss new hydrogel technologies under development by InVivo.

                  “Our technology is a true platform that can be leveraged to create many neurotrauma products. InVivo is developing technologies to treat chronic injuries, as well as therapies for other nervous system conditions such as chronic pain due to nerve compression and other peripheral nerve injuries. We’re currently under review at FDA for our first SCI treatment, and we look forward to receiving approval to begin those human studies in 2012,” said Reynolds.
                  Last edited by stephen212; 25 Jul 2012, 2:05 PM.
                  stephen@bike-on.com

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                    #24
                    The fat guy is a tvstar.

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                      #25
                      Originally posted by east dragon View Post
                      The fat guy is a tvstar.
                      yea, i wish he wasn't the face of invivo. he looks like a used car salesman, lol.
                      "I'm manic as hell-
                      But I'm goin' strong-
                      Left my meds on the sink again-
                      My head will be racing by lunchtime"

                      <----Scott Weiland---->

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                        #26
                        Originally posted by ineedmyelin View Post
                        Guys, i'll say this again. When you think of InVivo, try not to think of Reynolds instead think Robert Langer. Dr Langer is a very good MIT scientists with an excellent reputation with just as good track record of making good things happen. Dr Langer gets many requests to get involved in many projects but only chooses the ones he knows that can be successful. I've hyped Dr Langer enough, please do some research on him and learn for yourself who this man is.
                        ineedmyelin, allure him, please, to our wild party. I promise to be gentleman.

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                          #27
                          Originally posted by kivi66 View Post
                          ineedmyelin, allure him, please, to our wild party. I promise to be gentleman.
                          i'll try to get in touch with him but something tells me he want come here. he has the money needed for his companies trials so he may not see the need to speak to us. he seems to really enjoy speaking to fox affiliates.

                          i'll work on contacting him.
                          "I'm manic as hell-
                          But I'm goin' strong-
                          Left my meds on the sink again-
                          My head will be racing by lunchtime"

                          <----Scott Weiland---->

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                            #28
                            the bloomberg video may have been frank reynolds best so far. still not feeling this guy though.

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                              #29
                              Heres a new video about Dr. Robert Langer.

                              "I'm manic as hell-
                              But I'm goin' strong-
                              Left my meds on the sink again-
                              My head will be racing by lunchtime"

                              <----Scott Weiland---->

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                                #30
                                This is a highly-leveraged biotech company trying everything it can to avoid falling into the valley of death. All PR is carefully crafted to influence performance in the stock market. Admittedly, having Robert Langer onside is a massive plus as his experience and influence with the FDA will be huge. Ed Wirth's experience from Geron will also be invaluable. If this team fails to deliver acute clinical trials, well, then we have a big problem.

                                However, dont believe any of the hype about chronic cures from them. That is just to win public support. Their business model is to produce and sell clinically approved devices - not to cure chronic SCI.

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