Treating MS Symptoms With Stem Cells -
Promising Northwestern University Trial Uses Patient’s Own Stem Cells To Treat Symptoms Of Multiple Sclerosis
Feb. 10, 2009
(CBS) An estimated 400,000 Americans suffer from multiple sclerosis, but the findings of a new clinical trial shows promise in the fight to reverse symptoms of MS.
Researchers at Northwestern University conducted a trial using patients’ own stem cells to treat symptoms of multiple sclerosis, reports Early Show correspondent Debbye Turner Bell, and although the study group was small — only 21 patients participated in it — the findings are a huge breakthrough in the fight against MS.
Edwin McClure is strong and healthy now, but just four years ago, his life was very different.
THERE ARE CURRENTLY 4 REPAIR STEM CELL (RSC) TREATMENT CENTERS IN THE WORLD WHO ARE TREATING MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS WITH YEARS OF EXPERIENCE.
This info was found here on RSCI’s site:
RSCI is a patient advocate education center that connects patients with adult stem cell treatment centers around the world:
These treatment centers have met or exceeded RSCI’s rigorous guidelines and standards: