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    #16
    Originally posted by Mize View Post
    GRAMMY, we are fortunate to have your sobering presence here. I'm a trained scientist and even I get so desperate I start to think maybe just maybe... Thank you.
    You're most welcomed Mize. I do believe we'll make it to a place where valuable and viable treatments will become an option for us through rigorous testing, peer reviewed results and trials. (They will be the result of contributions made by dedicated scientists and relentless advocates throughout the decades along with steady hands guiding biotech companies). Along the way, there will always be failures, disappointment and snake oil sold. To me, it's important to learn, know and share the difference between our two options. It's not always easy to cut the wheat from the chaff, but we're getting there.
    http://spinalcordresearchandadvocacy.wordpress.com/

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      #17
      Originally posted by Tyran21 View Post
      Curious, does the government have no control of these stem-cell centers opening business with no valid medical proof their treatments works or not? Ah well, read the Right to Try post. Guess I found the answer.
      The future in medicine is clinics where we can get a shot of Stem Cells and three joints and a week later all of our health problems will evaporate! Marijuana Stem Stores!

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        #18
        Originally posted by nrf View Post
        The future in medicine is clinics where we can get a shot of Stem Cells and three joints and a week later all of our health problems will evaporate! Marijuana Stem Stores!
        Future=100 years. But it's a thought!
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          #19
          Originally posted by GRAMMY View Post
          You're most welcomed Mize. I do believe we'll make it to a place where valuable and viable treatments will become an option for us through rigorous testing, peer reviewed results and trials. (They will be the result of contributions made by dedicated scientists and relentless advocates throughout the decades along with steady hands guiding biotech companies). Along the way, there will always be failures, disappointment and snake oil sold. To me, it's important to learn, know and share the difference between our two options. It's not always easy to cut the wheat from the chaff, but we're getting there.
          I have looked into this process aswell and have sent them my bloodwork and Xrays Mras, to see what Dr. Speil has to say, I have talked to about 7 people through Facebook that have done this procedure with positive results, they all have nothing but good things to say about the proccess and only one older (60s) lady that has done this procedure with not to much results, tho she was still pleased with the service. care to elaborate anything about this I should be looking into?


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            #20
            https://ipscell.com/2018/08/as-exoso...s-to-patients/
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              #21
              I have seen this ad aswell, tho I have look up exosome trials on clinical trials, it shows very little results as it otherwise states in the link. Even if if this concept is not yet proven who says it doesn’t help? Sure seemed to help all the folks I’ve talked to.

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                #22
                I just met someone who has an sci and had exosome injections done somewhere in California. Will try to find out more info on the location. Apparently he says that he has gained quite a lot of function. He was previously on a motorized wheelchair and is now using a manual and has had a great reduction in neuropathy. Does anyone here have any experience with exosome injections. Lately there has been alot of positive articles on pubmed relating exosomes to spinal cord injury.

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                  #23
                  Originally posted by Mize View Post
                  I will say this, one of the patients who used that clinic said they also injected his penis which is utterly absurd since nothing about sci-induced ED that is in the penis. Scam alert!

                  Correction... That was stem cells in Florida.
                  https://ipscell.com/2019/03/clinic-b...tter-of-weeks/
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