Re: MED/NEURO: Human trials of spinal nerve regeneration in ~1 year?

Brian Manning Delaney (
Mon, 13 Sep 1999 12:50:44 -0700

"J. R. Molloy" wrote:
> From: <>

>> To date, nerve regeneration has only
>> been conducted on laboratory animals.
>> But Proneuron expects to begin phase
>> one clinical trials on humans before
>> the end of the year, after the U.S.
>> Food and Drug Administration gives the
>> go-ahead.

> This looks to me like an under-reported
> story. With nerve regeneration of the
> human spinal cord, full body transplants
> become possible (and Chris Reeves can
> play Superman again, and again, and again).

And we'll have the means to the most effective life-extension method ever! Brain-regeneration would be the only thing left to figure out. (And stem-cell injection will go along way towards that goal.)

> Too bad the FDA will probably ditch the
> project in the US.

Eh? Why would the FDA ditch the project? Anti-Semitism? (Proneuron is Israeli.) That don't make no sense. The FDA itself is run by Jews (since it's part of Z.O.G., Zionist Occupation Government), and is integral in Jewish attempts to increase the power of the UN, which will soon allow Jewish-run businesses greater access to foreign markets, Christian babies, etc., etc., etc.

I don't know. That's what my militia leader says.

Seriously, why would the FDA ditch the project?


Brian Manning Delaney
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