Tag Archives: Multiple sclerosis

Stem Cell Treatment Gives Texas Sheriff With Multiple Sclerosis His Job Back

Stem Cell Therapy for Multiple Sclerosis- Giving Life Back
Multiple Sclerosis had taken many things away from Jason Upshaw- his job at the Sheriff’s department, his ability to play with his kids, as well as his ability to walk. Jason had given up hope . Luckily for Jason, he found an article about […]

Multiple Sclerosis Patients Are Symptom Free After Stem Cell Treatment

Multiple Sclerosis Patients Improve After Stem Cell Research and Therapy
Preston Walker and Richard Humphries are shining examples of how stem cell research using Adult Stem Cells are improving lives right now. Preston and Richard were the first two Multiple Sclerosis patients to receive stem cell treatment with their own cells derived from their fat.
Stem […]

Scientists in multiple sclerosis cure ‘breakthrough’

Stem Cell researchers at Cambridge and Edinburgh have discovered a promising stem cell therapy for multiple sclerosis. While much work is still needed to translate the discovery into an effective treatment, this breakthrough provides a promising road map towards a cure.

A video story featuring the SCI’s Robin Franklin can be viewed on the BBC News website.

Multiple Sclerosis Cured in Canadian Patient After Stem Cell Treatment

Multiple Sclerosis Cured in Canadian Patient After Stem Cell Treatment
Alex Normandin, 26, of Montreal, Canada has been cured of his Multiple Sclerosis following the implantation of his own Adult Stem Cells. The stem cell therapy was done in conjunction with a research program in Ottawa with Dr. Mark Freedman.
A medical student, Alex was diagnosed with […]

Treating MS Symptoms With Stem Cells

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.
“I would get fatigued. I couldn’t deal with
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