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    Are there any Australian stroke patients who have had success with perispinal injections?

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    I have heard that perispinal injections with Etanercept can reverse the effects of long term stroke-related disabilities.
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    My understanding is that Etanercept does not currently have approval for management of stroke-related health issues in Australia.

    However, there is a local clinical trial which will assess its efficacy in this context; http://www.griffith.edu.au/health/menzies-health-institute-queensland/research/stroke .

    Depending on the results of that trial, it might get approval.

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