Cell therapy for spinal cord injury faces test in Chinese Phase III trial
This article was originally published in Scrip
A quick internet search will throw up numerous unreliable reports of "miracle cures" for spinal cord injury (SCI), some involving small unscientific studies with stem or neuronal cell-based treatments in less strictly regulated markets.
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