Re: "Brain Transplant Technologies" - 5th Annual Anti-Aging

Natasha V. More (
Tue, 16 Dec 1997 19:09:11 -0600

At 04:59 PM 12/16/97 -0800, Tony B. Csoka wrote:

>Was there anybody there working on the spinal reconnection aspect of the

There were a number of enthusiasts. Nothing definitive was discussed to my
knowledge. But this is an important question. I had to leave before our
session was completed, so I'll check with a couple of friends who stayed
after I left and let you know.

> Obviously this is just as important as the blood flow. I presume
>they finished up with paralysed animals in the experiments you mentioned?

Interestingly enough, Dr. White said that in one of the primate models,
there was some movement detected in the front legs. This is a good sign,
but I'm not sure if it was voluntary or involuntary reflex movement.
Regardless, there was movement.