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    On youtube.com in the search box I typed spinal cord injury. There is a video about Ricci Kilgore who was paralyzed,but after she recived stem cell injections she can now walk,stand and so on. My question is how did she get around the FDA and all the other rules? Also since she was paralyzed and now stands and walks dose this not prove that stem cells work? I seen her stand with my own eyes? Why can't everyone try this? How come I have been able to find out all I could ever want to know about Anna Nichole on the news,but not one word about this girl who may change the lives of 1000's?

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    welcome to carecure kickingber,

    if it were really true you would.....they won't hide it

    http:///forum/showthread.php?t=73140...=Ricci+Kilgore
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    • #3
      The truth about stem cell treatment is hidden because politics control medicine, not cures. Also I get around the FDA by leaving the country for my treatments.

      Ricci Kilgore

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      • #4
        PAris Hilton

        My personal overflow of glub is Paris not Anna Nicole. How can one think they would appropriatly cover a story like Ricci's when Anna and Paris have so much to offer? These two could probably use a quick hit of stell cell for what Ails them, as well !
        Mike (Florida)

        Cant we get 1 do over?

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        • #5
          Chris Rock's Answer Caution (strong Language)

          Originally posted by trout
          The truth about stem cell treatment is hidden because politics control medicine, not cures. Also I get around the FDA by leaving the country for my treatments.

          Ricci Kilgore

          That's right, we got AlDS out there. You think they're gonna cure AlDS?
          No, they can't even cure athlete's foot.

          They ain't curing AlDS. Shit, they ain't never curing AlDS.
          Don't even think about that shit.

          They ain't curing it, cause there ain't no money in the cure.
          The money's in the medicine.
          That's how you get paid, on the comeback.

          That's how a drug dealer makes his money,
          on the comeback.

          That's all the government is:

          a bunch of motherfucking drug dealers, on the comeback.

          They ain't curing no AlDS.
          That's all it is.

          You think they're gonna cure AlDS?

          They're still mad at all the money they lost on polio!

          Curing AlDS? Shit, that's like Cadillac making a car that lasts for 50 years.

          And you know they can do it... but they ain't gonna do nothing
          that fucking dumb.

          Shit, they got metal on the space shuttle that can go around the moon...
          and withstand temperatures of up to 50,000 degrees.

          You mean to tell me you don't think they can make an Eldorado...
          where the fucking bumper don't fall off?

          They can, but they won't.
          ^^(A)^^

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          • #6
            Originally posted by trout
            The truth about stem cell treatment is hidden because politics control medicine, not cures. Also I get around the FDA by leaving the country for my treatments.

            Ricci Kilgore

            Thank you for your reponse. I think the forum members would like to know your status before your stem cell treatment, i.e., ASIA rating, how long you were injured prior to treatment, physical therapy received after treatment, what type of cells were used, etc. ?

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            • #7
              that, and it'd be great to see a photo of you holding a handwritten note that says "carecure" - no offense if you are the real Ricci - there's just too much crap floating around & it'd make anything you say more credible.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Schmeky
                Thank you for your reponse. I think the forum members would like to know your status before your stem cell treatment, i.e., ASIA rating, how long you were injured prior to treatment, physical therapy received after treatment, what type of cells were used, etc. ?

                Yes, yes yes, tell us everything. Nice to know recoverings, people always say that you learn from failures, no no no we learn from successes.

                Schmeky, you always asking good questions lol.
                Last edited by manouli; 06-11-2007, 06:17 PM.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Scott Pruett
                  that, and it'd be great to see a photo of you holding a handwritten note that says "carecure" - no offense if you are the real Ricci - there's just too much crap floating around & it'd make anything you say more credible.
                  And a close up of Ricci´s Driver´s licence or passport or something, PLEASE! If you are here, we would like to hear your story. If......YOU are here.
                  T6 complete (or so I think), SCI since September 21, 2003

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Scott Pruett
                    that, and it'd be great to see a photo of you holding a handwritten note that says "carecure" - no offense if you are the real Ricci - there's just too much crap floating around & it'd make anything you say more credible.
                    Me too.

                    If I was cured somehow you would see me on every news channel around the world.Plus looking up CC members to cure them too.
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                    • #11
                      Damn, it's like watching the Chris Reeve superbowl commercial.

                      Here's the link:

                      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kbozmOL1kSY
                      No one ever became unsuccessful by helping others out

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                      • #12
                        I had posted the following on a different thread earlier:

                        Unconfirmed whether "trout" is really Ricci Kilgore. Here is Riccis' backstory.

                        On March 19, 2000, Kilgore and her teammates were returning from a track-and-field meet in Reno. Their van hit black ice in Burley, Idaho, and slid into oncoming traffic. Everyone was wearing seat belts; Kilgore's failed, and she was ejected 60 feet from the van.

                        fast forward a few years.

                        Never one to procrastinate, Kilgore found herself the following summer on a plane to La Romana in the Dominican Republic to undergo surgery with German stem-cell specialist Dr. Albert Scheller and Dr.William Rader of Malibu, Calif. For both doctors, this was an experimental project. Scheller had spent years researching the possibilities of fetal stem cells, which are the most potent cells available for this type of treatment, and tested them on small animals with success. Kilgore would be their first human patient.

                        The two-part surgery, in which the team gave Kilgore 50 cubic centimeters of stem cells from an aborted fetus through a series of intravenous and stomach injections, proved to be a success. Although it is difficult to substantiate that the stem cells are the actual cause, new tissue began to grow in her legs that enabled her to use the muscles above her knees again. Within four months after the second injection, the paralysis had decreased to her knees and below. She was able to walk short distances and even climb stairs with the aid of a cane.


                        http://www.newsreview.com/reno/Content?oid=oid%3A24652

                        side note: Dr. Albert Scheller, died of severe heart disease, according to assistant coroner John Fudenberg.

                        Scheller, who was found dead in his room at The Mirage on Aug. 29, (2005) was in Las Vegas to visit Horn, who had undergone stem-cell treatment with Scheller in Germany in June.

                        Information on Dr. William Rader:

                        In the early 1990s, Ukrainian researchers familiar with the institute's work started a Kiev company called EmCell, charging $25,000 per treatment.

                        Some of its first American patients came about 10 years ago with Dr. William C. Rader, a Malibu psychiatrist who ran a chain of eating disorder clinics and worked as an on-air medical expert for KABC-TV in Los Angeles during the 1980s.

                        Rader, who had heard about EmCell through a business contact, later formed his own company, offering treatments in the Bahamas.

                        The Bahamian government asked him to leave in 2000 after a New York television station aired a critical report.

                        Rader, who said his cells come from the former Soviet republic of Georgia, now meets patients one weekend a month in the beachfront city of La Romana in the Dominican Republic. His company, Medra Inc., is based in Malibu.


                        http://www.latimes.com/news/science/...lities-science
                        Last edited by chasb; 06-11-2007, 07:39 PM.

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                        • #13
                          I found this on Google.

                          http://ussa.smugmug.com/gallery/2218...15537059/Large
                          T6 complete (or so I think), SCI since September 21, 2003

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                          • #14
                            A friend of hers called her trout in the youtube comments.

                            Newsreview isn't too scientific, they said tissue began to grow in her legs.

                            Congrats on the Paralympics, Ricci!
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                            • #15
                              Found this also.

                              http://www.commonsensesoundpolicy.com/content_7.html
                              T6 complete (or so I think), SCI since September 21, 2003

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