按照介绍，去看了看。那个网站论坛叫“Spina Bifida Connection /Support Forum”，主要是为患有脊柱疾病的少儿的父母开设的（当然也有些成年人患者），目的是让父母们彼此交流分享为孩子们治疗和日常保养的经验，以便能帮助孩子们有更多的恢复健康的机会。
#1: 04-17-2010, 12:58 PM /Dr. Xiao： Xiao Procedure: 2 year results in USA, and progress in other countries 。 Dr. Peters, Prof. and Chairman, reported the 2 year results of Xiao Procedure at Beaumont Hospital, USA, a few months ago. They are carrying out the last and 3 year followup recently and the results are even better.http://www.glsuna.com/PetersGLSUNA2010.pdf
Since the first trial results are very good, NIH awarded $2.3m recently for a multicenter trial of the Xiao Procedure.
UK is starting Xiao procedure.http://www.xiaouk.com/
Danmark, Finland, Austrialia, India, serbia, Phillipines, South Korea etc, are also doing or going to do Xiao Procedure.
#5:08-20-2010, 09:57 AM/ainemc，Junior Member，north of ireland/：I find it very sad that people feel the need to try to sabotage other's work. This man is spending his time and efforts to create a successful procedure to help those with spina bifida. Doing trials will determine if it is successful and I think everybody is aware there will be risks - as there is with any surgery. Our own doctors can determine if the procedure - if it becomes available - is suitable for their individual patients.
#12: 08-24-2010, 02:42 AM/lovemydaughter/:My daughter had this surgery! My daughter had this experimental surgery 3+ years ago, performed by Dr. Xaio himself, along with Dr. Kenneth Peters from Beaumont Hospital. While it did not give her bladder continence, she is nearly bowel continent now, which is a HUGE improvement for her. So, before you criticize a procedure you have never had direct experience with, please consider the benefits to those children who have had the procedure. I am curious why you are so opposed to a surgery that has helped several patients so far, including my daughter. I know for a fact that at least 2 or more Beaumont patients are completely bowel and bladder continent as a result of this nerve rerouting surgery. That could have been my daughter! Knowing what I know now, I would allow my daughter to have the surgery all over again. And that is spoken from a parent who has direct experience with this surgery.