Multiple Sclerosis

MS attacks the central nervous system, which is made up of the brain, spinal cord, and optic nerves.  Therefore, it is a degenerative disease involving the deterioration of nerve cells.  MS Symptoms may be mild, such as numbness in the limbs, or severe, such as paralysis. Each person who develops MS will find the symptoms vary in severity and are unpredictable.
Multiple sclerosis occurs when the bodies own defense system attacks myelin, the fatty substance that surrounds and protects the nerve fibers in the central nervous system. The nerve fibers themselves may also be damaged. The damaged myelin forms scar tissue (sclerosis), which gives the disease its name. When any part of the myelin sheath or nerve fiber is damaged or destroyed, nerve impulses traveling to and from the brain and spinal cord are distorted or interrupted, producing the variety of symptoms that can occur.

IV Stem Cell Therapy for MS Patients

Today, new treatments and advances in research are giving new hope to people affected by the disease. The Multiple Sclerosis Stem Cell Clinical Studies are being researched for their efficacy in improving the complications in patients with MS, through the use of stem cells.   These procedures could help patients who don’t respond to typical drug treatment.  Early detection, medication and the use of IV stem cells may offer a decrease in progression of symptoms and a better quality of life.

Should IV Stem Cell Treatments Be Repeated?

Yes, any stem cell therapy can and probably should be repeated.  Studies currently show the possibility of a cumulative effect from multiple stem cell therapies patient’s had received for their condition.
Although these treatments may be weeks or months apart it could also take weeks or months to see final results.

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