Melting backs: Disc cells cartilage Regrowth

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Melting backs: Disc cells cartilage Regrowth

Postby Rupert » Tue Aug 22, 2006 8:38 am

this seems to give a bit of hope, my friend saw this on australian health channel.

I beleive Dean does not allow to post surgeon link here. But I want opinion of folks on this.
Any folks with Russian contacts, this has originated inMoscow, Russia.
i investigated more and learnt that there would be more information on the site in a month. The clinical trials will be done in US in Stnaford and Philadelphia and this would be avialable in market in say 2 to 3 years.

Please reflect on this.
This is from the tv cahnnel's web site:

Location: Moscow, Russia
Reporter: Graham Phillips

Chances are you will suffer some kind of back pain in your lifetime. A massive 80% of the population does. Graham Phillips has discovered a radical new procedure that uses a laser to treat back pain. The procedure involves relatively minor surgery where the surgeon inserts a laser beam right into the damaged disc. The laser heats the cartilage and the Russian scientists say this triggers the disc into regrowing cells and regenerating the cartilage and ultimately removing the pain. Graham meets a patient whose life has changed as a result of the procedure.
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Postby randolph » Fri Sep 01, 2006 8:24 pm

Thanks for the intriguing info, Rupert. We're going to have to find out more on this. :shock:

In previous posts, (if I remember correctly), Dean wrote that he had no problem with recommending other websites; just don't put the www. part with the site name, so anyone interested can't link from the RYB site.

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