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Old 07-05-2005, 11:10 PM
domedude domedude is offline
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Does anyone think that there will be any substantial improvements in ADR or any other DDD treatment in the next 4-5 years? The charite hasn't really changed much in almost 20 years, so would waiting, if tolerable, be a waste of time? I might be able to wait, but would it be better to just get it done? Not much chance of it getting better by itself.

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Old 07-06-2005, 12:06 AM
ans ans is offline
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Check the Article Library here. I'd wager that in 4-5 yrs. more good things w/happen. I don't underestimate the increasing venture capitalists who gamble with big bucks. By then, we'll have good data on newer ADR's being tested - albeit for the short-term.

Maybe Europe w/get it's act together and come up w/better studies too - but this is more hopeful.

Severe, extensive DDD, considered inoperable by Dr. Regan, Lauressen, & some guy at UCLA. Severe foraminal stenosis (guess they can't operate!) and some spinal cord compression that Lauryssen would fix if gets outta hand.
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