Stem Cell Therapy for Multiple Sclerosis
Multiple sclerosis refers to the main disabling condition of young adults. It is a demyelinating disease with the possibility of extending to the entire nervous system. An accumulation of neurological symptoms alternating with moments of comeback, multiple sclerosis is one of the most publicized neurological disorders.
Stem cells are part of the body’s repair system – when a patient is diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, the stem cells are able to replace those that were damaged. Also, because multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune disease, stem cells can have the capability to repair the immune system, preventing it from auto-attacking.
Benefits of Stem Cell Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis
- Stem cells can be able to repair the patient’s immune system
- Stem cells are able to transform and replace cells that have previously been damaged or destroyed.
- New treatment researched in hundreds of specialized clinics and research centres worldwide.