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    Originally posted by niallel View Post
    Is it exactly the same, no. But will what comes out of the CDRF trial be the same as they are testing with today - no.

    The difference is these clinics are offering estim today, how long will you have to wait until something comes out of these trials? Too ******* long.
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      Originally posted by lunasicc42 View Post
      May good fortune be with you then
      Thanks, I think good fortune would be they make whats been trialed so far available for compassionate use.

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        Originally posted by niallel View Post
        Thanks, I think good fortune would be they make whats been trialed so far available for compassionate use.
        If you want a Medtronic pain stimulator implanted, you can be tested and implanted by Dr. Justin Brown if he thinks you're a good candidate for it.
        http://spinalcordresearchandadvocacy.wordpress.com/

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          Originally posted by GRAMMY View Post
          If you want a Medtronic pain stimulator implanted, you can be tested and implanted by Dr. Justin Brown if he thinks you're a good candidate for it.
          Will he implement it the same way as the ones in the trials?

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            Originally posted by niallel View Post
            Will he implement it the same way as the ones in the trials?
            You'd have to consult with Dr. Brown.
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              Originally posted by GRAMMY View Post
              You'd have to consult with Dr. Brown.
              Thanks, email sent, not going to hold my breath, but if its an option I think I'd rather try this than something in Thailand.

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                There are substantial difference between simply implanting a Medtronic stimulator. The stuff Edgerton and Co are doing involves more electrodes, multiple frequencies and very specific waveforms. I think this shortfall of China/Thailand is demonstrated in the one guy who posted to Facebook that the Medtronic implant allowed him to move his leg in a "controlled spasm" way. With the stimulator on he would try to flex his abs while taking a breath or something and then his knee would come up. That is *not* what subjects in the Edgerton studies describe at all.
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