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國際學術界寫給中國衛生部部長和華中科大校長的公開信

作者:torpedo1  於 2010-10-9 15:11 發表於 最熱鬧的華人社交網路--貝殼村

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轉載這封信是為了揭露方是民攻擊肖傳國"肖氏反射弧"是沒有得到國際承認的吹大牛,是沒有效果的學術騙子.
 
讀了這封信,相信大家都可以看到,這封信不但是對肖傳國的勇於探索的精神的肯定,也是為他的肖氏反射弧的國際先進性水平的肯定.而且這些國際神經和泌尿等領域的專家,不但觀察了肖的方法和療效,他們也重複了肖的方法,而且取得了療效.
 
 
September 29, 2010

Mr. Zhu Chen, Minister
Ministry of Health
People』s Republic of China

Mr. Peigen Li, President
Huazhong University of Science and Technology
People』s Republic of China

Minister Chen and President Li:

We have all had the pleasure of knowing Dr. Chuan-Guo Xiao for many years. He is an internationally respected surgeon-scientist who has made major advances in the development of neuroregeneration to restore voiding and bowel function.  Dr. Xiao performed groundbreaking animal research in the United States, demonstrating that a motor nerve that innervates the leg can be used to reinnervate the bladder and bowel.  This reinnervation allows for development of a reflex to initiate bladder function.   The results of his studies were published in peer-reviewed journals and other scientists have replicated Xiao』s findings confirming these results.

Dr. Xiao eventually took the courageous step of moving from animal research to human studies and began performing the rerouting procedure on patients with spinal cord injury and spina bifida in China. Neurogenic bladder is life threatening in China due to a lack of both antimuscarinics and intermittent catheterization and lessening the complications of neurogenic bladder would be considered a lifesaving success.  Patients with neurogenic bladder and bowel suffer greatly and endure a host of issues such as urinary retention, incontinence, recurrent infections, renal insufficiency, fecal incontinence, constipation,and poor quality of life.  For a procedure as complicated as nerve rerouting requiring nerve regeneration, one cannot expect normalization of bladder and bowel function to be the definition of success.  What is
important is that the benefits outweigh the risks of the procedure.

Dr. Xiao published his clinical results in peer-reviewed journals and was twice honored by the Jack Lapides Essay Contest - one of the most respected international awards given to scientists who make major contributions to the field of neurourology.  In 2008 he was named the Kelm Hjalmas Memorial Lecturer from the International Children』s Continence Society for his scientific achievements.  Many of us have traveled to China to examine patients treated by Dr. Xiao and/or have been trained by him in the nerve rerouting surgery he invented.  Dr. Xiao is a very skilled surgeon who is passionate about patient care and works tirelessly to train physicians around the world in performing his nerve rerouting procedure.

In the United States, an independent and very rigorous pilot research trial was performed to test the safety and efficacy of this procedure.  The one-year results were recently published in the Journal of Urology.  At the 12-month follow-up visit, a cutaneous to bladder reflex was found in 7 of 9 spina bifida patients, confirming that rerouting does occur.  This finding by itself is remarkable and Dr. Xiao should be commended.  In addition, a number of patients demonstrated improvement in bladder and bowel function, which has continued to improve with longer patient follow-up. The 36-month results are currently being analyzed and will be reported in the near future.  The pilot data was supportive of Dr. Xiao』s procedure and now an NIH sponsored clinical trial is being conducted to further study lumbar to sacral nerve rerouting in spina bifida patients.  In addition, similar procedures have been done worldwide with Dr. Xiao helping to mentor the surgeons at each site.
 
The Chinese people and government should be proud of Dr. Xiao for his dedication to his patients, his scientific
achievements, and his willingness to train doctors around the world on how to perform his surgery. The international scientific community was shocked to hear of Dr. Xiao』s arrest.  Those of us who know Dr. Xiao well find it difficult to believe that he is involved in these attacks.

Dr. Xiao is a compassionate man who is respected worldwide for his integrity and his innovative scientific contributions to society.  We implore the Chinese government and authorities to treat Dr. Xiao fairly and to protect his human rights as these charges are investigated.  Please strongly consider Dr. Xiao』s scientific and humanitarian contributions to the world as facts are gathered in this case.

Sincerely,


Kenneth M. Peters, M.D.
Professor and Chairman of Urology
Beaumont Hospital
Royal Oak, Michigan  USA

Jack S. Elder, M.D.
Chief of Urology, Henry Ford Health System Associate Director, Vattikuti Urology Institute Dept of Urology,

Children's Hospital of Michigan
Clinical Professor of Urology, Case School of
Medicine
Detroit, Michigan  USA

Edwin A. Smith, M.D.
Assistant Clinical Professor of Urology Emory University School of Medicine Atlanta, Georgia  USA

Kevin M. Feber, M.D., FAAP Beaumont Children's Hospital Royal Oak, Michigan  USA

Ananias C. Diokno, M.D., F.A.C.S. Executive Vice President & CMO Beaumont Hospital
Royal Oak, Michigan 48073 USA

Juan José de Benito, M.D. Urologist
Hospital Nacional de Clínicas
Córdoba, Argentina

William E. Nantau B.Sc., CNIM Clinical Manager
Clinical Neurophysiology Department
Beaumont Hospital
Royal Oak, MI USA

Evan J Kass,  M.D., FACS,.FAAP Chief, Division of Pediatric Urology Beaumont Childrens Hospital
Professor of Urology, Oakland University
William Beaumont School of Medicine
Royal Oak, MI USA
 
Jacques Corcos,  M.D.
Professor of Urology, McGill University General Secretary of the International Continence Society
Jewish General Hospital
3755 Cote Ste-Catherine
Montreal, Quebec, Canada  H3T 1E2

Jose Gonzalez, M.D. Department of Urology Beaumont Hospital
Royal Oak, Michigan  USA

Christopher Payne, M.D. Associate Professor of Urology Stanford University Medical School Stanford, CA  94305-5118 

USA

Kenneth I. Glassberg, M.D.
Director, Division of Pediatric Urology Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital of New York-Presbyterian
Professor of Urology, Columbia University
College of Physicians and Surgeons
3959 Broadway, CHN 1118
New York, NY  USA

Earl Y. Cheng, M.D.
Associate Professor of Urology Children』s Memorial Hospital Chicago, Illinois USA

Darius J. Bagli, MDCM Professor of Surgery Senior Associate Scientist
Director of Urology Research
Divisions of Urology and Developmental & Stem Cell Biology The Hospital For Sick Children Institute of Medical

Science University of Toronto
 
Henri B. LOTTMANN, M.D., FEBU, FEBPS, FRCS(england) FEBPU
Paediatric Urology Unit
Hopital Necker-Enfants-Malades
149, rue de Sèvres
75015   Paris, France

Dr. Amrish Vaidya MS. MCh. Consultant Paediatric Surgeon, Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital,
4 Bungalows, Andheri W, Mumbai, India

Marc Cendron, M.D.
Associate Professor in Urology Harvard Medical School Children』s Hospital Boston Boston, MA  USA

Stuart B. Bauer, M.D.
Associate Director, Neurourology
Professor of Urology Harvard Medical School Children』s Hospital Boston Boston, MA USA

Edmond T. Gonzales, Jr., M.D. Professor of Urology
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, TX USA

Richard Macchia, M.D. FACS
SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor
Cleveland Clinic, Florida USA

Benjamin Girdler, M.D. Urology Center of the Rockies Fort Collins, Colorado  USA

William C. de Groat, Ph.D. Professor of Pharmacology University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, PA  USA

Michael R. Ruggieri, Sr., Ph.D. Director of Urologic Research
Temple University School of Medicine
Philadelphia, PA  USA

Stanley J Kogan, M.D. Chief, Pediatric Urology Children's Hospital at Montefiore Bronx, NY USA

Anthony Caldamone, M.D. University Urologic Associates, Inc.
2 Dudley St Ste 185
Providence, RI 02905 USA
 
Yves Homsy M.D., FRCSC, FAAP
Clinical Professor of Urological Surgery and
Pediatrics
University of South Florida
Children's Urology Group
5507 E. Longboat Blvd
Tampa FL 33615  USA

Dr. Enrique Turina
Professor of Urology of the National University of Buenos Aires
Chief of Section Urology of Instituto de
Rehabilitación
Government of Buenos Aires, Argentina

Dr. Angel Ozón
Urologist of the Instituto de Rehabilitación of
Buenos Aires
Government of Buenos Aires, Argentina

Dr. Daniel Ekizian
Urologist of Instituto de Rehabilitación. Government of Buenos Aires, Argentina

Professor Dr. med. Karl-Dietrich Sievert
Vice Chair
Prof. of Urology, Director - Uro-oncology, Neurourology, Incontinence, & Reconstructive Urology
Department of Urology University of Tuebingen
D72076 Tuebingen, Germany

Holly Gilmer, M.D.
Chief of Pediatric Neurosurgery
Beaumont Hospital
Royal Oak, Michigan USA

Yegappan Lakshmanan, M.D. Chief, Pediatric Urology Children』s Hospital of Michigan Detroit, MI USA

Fábio V C Sparapani, M.D., PHD Escola Paulista de Medicina-
Federal University of São Paulo, Brasil

David B. Joseph, M.D. Professor of Surgery
Chief of Pediatric Urology UAB School of Medicine Birmingham, Alabama  USA


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