Since 2005, our partner's stem cells has used in the treatment of over 200 patients with various forms of MS, including:
- Secondary Progressive
- Progressive Relapsing
- Primary Progressive
Most notable symptoms affecting arriving patients are lack of balance, lower and upper body strength, speech, visual acuity, and fatigue. It is important to note that MS is a progressive condition. The interval between the treatment and the time patients claim improvements have started to regress can vary from patient to patient, but can be as fast as within a year. There is also the possibility of minimal/no improvement, and we encourage patients to keep realistic expectations for the treatment.. Patients who returned for second and third treatments have stated that they generally return to the same level as they were after the first treatment.
A recent theory has suggested that MS could be caused by an obstruction of blood flow from the brain to the heart and is not an immune system disorder. But subsequent studies have undermined this theory and treatments that only focus on increasing blood flow may not be effective in repairing damage done by MS.
General Treatment Protocol:
Below is the general treatment protocol for multiple sclerosis. Please keep in mind that this is only an example and the injection and cell types may change slightly depending on the patient’s condition.
- UC-MSC packets injected by IV and LP