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    State of Human Trials

    I know human trials for CHRONICS are currently underway in Portugal, Australia, Russia, and Brazil. I have read on this forum that there are 12 various human trials being conducted. I only know of the aforementioned ones.

    #2
    Schmeky
    would you pleese give me some informations about
    Russian clinical trials?
    Thaks

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      #3
      ostria,

      Look at this link. You can also do a search, enter "russia stem cells". If you have trouble, e-mail me for assistance.

      http://carecure.org/forum/showpost.php?p=81571

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        #4
        The only reports I have heard about from Russia about hECS were negative. Can anyone provide me with a link for current/additional info?

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          #5
          Schmeky, a couple of obvious ones to add to your list.

          1. Acorda - 4AP

          2. Macrophage - Proneuron

          3. Purdue Univ - electrical stim for regen.

          4. Diacrin - Fetal PIG cell transplants

          5. Neotherapeutics

          6. UCLA - supported ambulation

          7. ASU - electrical implant

          8. MP - lokomat

          ...off the top of my head that's what I thought of.

          Hope it helps.

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            #6
            ostria, try the clinical trial forum. By the way, if people have new information on any of the clinical trial, please update them. Thanks. Wise.

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              #7
              This is the most sweeping statement I have ever read concerning human trials. Hopefully with Wise's "push" we may get a report sometime next year.

              PROF. ALAN MACKAY-SIM, Griffith University : "I wouldn't want to be getting anybody's hopes up, but this is so extraordinary that people will stand up and walk."

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                #8
                On what trial is that doctor refering too ?

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                  #9
                  Bruno, this one:

                  http://www.health.qld.gov.au/qscis/R...generation.htm

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                    #10
                    Can anyone translate from German to Endlish? This appears to be very recent (April 2003).

                    http://www.dwarslaesie.nl/teksten/onderzoek2.html

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                      #11
                      Schemky
                      This is dutch. You can try an online translation. try http://dictionary.reference.com/translate/text.html

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                        #12
                        Schmeky, it's not recent it's from last year so not very actual anymore.There's only a little update from April 2003.I know because I've written it( I write newsletters which are sent to the members of the Dutch Spinal Cord Organisation and often they put it on their website as well).

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                          #13
                          lway
                          check your email please.

                          Vladko
                          www.vladi-g.bulhosting.com
                          Vlady G
                          www.vladi-g.com

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                            #14
                            Iway2002,

                            Thanks for the translation website, I added it to my favorites.

                            Pecla,

                            Thank you for the update and I look forward to your future contributions.

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                              #15
                              Schmeky, what was the final total of human clinical trials?

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