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    I have been Watching this trial progress over time through videos on their facebook page. My question is: has it shown early evidence that it works?...I mean I noticed in the beginning none of the previously injured dogs were actually walking after the treatment, just dragging their back legs around . Then they got little rolling wheelchair things to support their back legs which were moving a little but not much and the latest videos show dogs walking unsupported on treadmills and overground...is this an early indication that it worked?
    GRAMMY: you have been following this trial closer than me I think. Can it be?
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    What they've been showing on their facebook page is pretty much all they've released to the public. They'll be giving a (hopefully more detailed) presentation to the public later this year at W2W.

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      Originally posted by lunasicc42 View Post
      GRAMMY: you have been following this trial closer than me I think. Can it be?
      On Monday, September 28th at 8:45 am Nicholas Jeffery, BVSc, PhD, Iowa State University will be speaking in the clinical trial segment of Working 2 Walk 2015. I know the pet dog trial was set up into 2 patient groups. Some got a placebo and other ones actually got the Chondroitinase treatment. Hopefully we can hear a lot more of the details during his presentation in the Grand Ballroom that day. He'll speak from 8:45am - 9:15am and there will be a 15 minute Q & A afterwards.
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