In Mouse Model, First Oral Drug For Spinal Cord Injury Improves Movement

Jan 10, 2013 Full story: MediLexicon

An experimental oral drug given to mice after a spinal cord injury was effective at improving limb movement after the injury, a new study shows.

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dhiler19

Evans, GA

#1 Jan 10, 2013
I pray this works out for those who have nerve damage, it would be wonderful, but if they could remove the sedation and the high most people feel. I have a prescription for many years for chronic pain and I don't have either side-effects only pain relief. Just think it might reduce useage from drug abusers and those who need it can be left alone with our pain specialist. WE ARE NOT THE PROBLEM!
Jessey D

Phoenix, AZ

#2 Feb 9, 2013
If this drug proves to be as effective for humans as mice, then this could revolutionize the medical industry. At last a cure for spinal cord injury may be available. Hopefully, cures for this and other previously incurable diseases can't be too far off.
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andrew j langham

Derby, UK

#3 Jun 15, 2013
pva glue with calcium ions & lipid fat'+ neuron seeding compound injected into spinal lesion' will help repair nerves'

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