Regenerative Medicine Therapy has shown potential outcomes over conventional medicine in symptom management and slowing condition progression.
Regenerative Medicine options include Autologous and Allogeneic methods in which mesenchymal stem cells are delivered by targeted administration methods to potentially replace damaged cells with new ones, and offer the ability to help increase energy and control symptoms in neurodegenerative conditions such as:
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A new study has shown that a protocol for treating Multiple Sclerosis with stem cells is safe. According to the researchers, the potential for using stem cells in Multiple Sclerosis therapy warrants further investigation. The results of the study were published in the...
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Stem Cells Show Promise for Helping Alzheimer’s Disease with Neurodegenerative Disease via Multiple Mechanisms
Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia, and though its prevalence is growing, there are currently no medical interventions that are able to reverse or slow the disease. Most current therapies address the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease rather than the...