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I had back surgery 1991 remove lipoma….nerves were injured L-4 and L-5……paralyze legs with no feeling in feet….will stem cells help me to walk again…I’m 81 years old ? I’m interested in free trials……
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Thanks for your interest. Although enrollment for Phase I of the stem cell study for spinal cord injury is closed, Part II of this research study will begin in the near future. If you would like to learn more on the upcoming Phase II study, please email NEUROINFORMATICS@mayo.edu.
If you are interested in other spinal cord injury research, please consider searching online at clinicaltrials.mayo.edu.
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