Hello everyone. I said I would e-mail them in about a week... Well I couldn't wait that long.
These questions just kept burning in my mind.
However I think this will be the last update for now, before they get crazy because off all my e-mails
I think in this update you will get all answers you wanted to know I promise.
Since my English is not great as I mentioned before I would appreciate it, if someone could help me a little,
as I understand the answers for 90% but that little 10% is needed to fully understand it.
I asked them about the clinical studies. Don't really know how those clinical trials work so I wanted to know if they are or have tried it on human yet.
One person should be the first one anyway... But it would be interesting to hear if their are already people who have completed the treatment succesfully.
This is their answer: Clinical studies are implemented to test the safety and efficasy of any method/treatment on human organisms. Before that preclinical results on laboratory or farm animals are done. We have implemented preclinical studies on farm animals, sheep, to prove the safety and efficacy of bone tissue healing. Now we are preparing to do clinical studies.
Well as I understand they are now preparing clinical studies in which it will be tested on human. I think we are going to hear alot from them the coming year.
I also asked something about the gap modulation ( Just curious like a child ). Like many other I first thought this would be an method for fast bone healing on current methods.
Well.. They are the scientists, but as I read from others experiences, I don't really know what to think of this:
This is my question to them: In current methods of cosmetic height increase there is a so called lengthening phase with an speed of 1.00mm per day. Is this still an requirement in your method?
"The height increase in these methods is achieved due to bone tissue abillity to grow. So, when the bone fracture is surgically performed, the bone parts are seperated slightly and the bone tissue grows into the gap, to connect these parts. If the parts are seperated greatly, the bone tissue can never totally regenerate the gap. That's why it is done gradually and every day/several days bone parts again and again are slightly seperated.
Due to our method, great gap is surgically done ( with separating bone parts ) and our invented graft is implanted there. This graft is already a bone tissue equivalent because
it is made in vitro and based on adult stem cells application. So it is rather hard to determine the speed of bone growth."
Again, what I understand is that they DO lengthen the legs to the desire length in ONE surgery. I am very curious what you all have to say about that, because of the soft tissue that has to be stretched in one surgery. Like I said before, they are the scientists, but everyone says this is impossible.
And last I asked was the duration of the method. Didn't get a clear answer to that.
They said it would be possible to walk on crutches in a week after surgery.
And the gap is regenerated in 3 to 6 months after surgery. Well walking for 3-6 months on crutches is not the worst part of lengthening legs.
But would be great if this could be done at home so it would look like your just have an broken bone.
Would appreciate replys on this so we can discuss about it.