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Study Shows Stem Cells Help Patients with Lyme Disease and MS

A recent case study has reported that the use of human embryonic stem cells has helped two patients: one with Lyme disease and the other with multiple sclerosis. Though Lyme disease and multiple sclerosis occur for different reasons – Lyme disease results from tick bites, whereas autoimmunity is the culprit in multiple sclerosis –  the…

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Long Term Study Shows Stem Cell Transplantation Helping Patients with Multiple Sclerosis

At 6 months post-treatment, neurological improvement or stabilization was observed from all (99) patients in the study except one. In their recently published study, Long-term outcomes of autologous hematopoietic stem cell transplantation with reduced-intensity conditioning in multiple sclerosis: physician’s and patient’s perspectives, published in the Annals of Hematology Journal, Shevchenko et al. describe the effects…

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Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month

Another year has past and Multiple Sclerosis Awareness month is upon us once again. Every month we treat new patients that have been diagnosed with this disease and while it has been a pleasure for us to do so – it is something we wish we did not have to do. While we are seeing…

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Multiple Sclerosis Responding Well to Stem Cell Therapy

Multiple sclerosis is a disease of the nerves and muscles that is generally regarded as untreatable.  In fact, when patients are diagnosed with this condition, the usual treatment is merely to support the problems and not attempt to cure the underlying cause.  This is generally because there is no cure for multiple sclerosis, but recent…

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Mice with MS Symptoms Walk Again

More research coming from the University of Utah Health Sciences department shows tremendous improvements in mice treated with human adult stem cells. The report (full article here) shows that mice with a condition very similar to Multiple Sclerosis (MS) were not only able to walk again but able to run within 14 days of treatment…

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