Study Finds Umbilical Cord Derived Stem Cells Effective in Cerebral Palsy Patients

Scientist holding a test tube

A study has been done on the efficacy of human umbilical cord blood mesenchymal stem cell infusion for children with cerebral palsy. CP currently has two generally successful methods of treatment, stem cell therapy and rehabilitation. Typically, in stem cell therapy it is more convenient to use human umbilical cord … read more

Study Finds Cord Blood Stem Cells Could Help Repair Brain Injury in Newborns

Study Finds Cord Blood Stem Cells Could Help Repair Brain Injury in Newborns

A mice study has found that cord blood stem cells, stem cells derived from the umbilical cord, can protect nerve cells from injury caused before birth. The results give positive reinforcement to the push for more cell therapies as potential therapeutic alternatives to treating neurological conditions caused by brain injury, … read more

A Hug From Hunter

Hunter and family at BBH Hospital during their Stem Cell Treatment in June of 2014

Hunter is a patient that recently received treatment for Cerebral Palsy in early June. Shortly after the first few treatments, Hunter’s mom wrote about some exciting improvements: One excerpt from June after 5 of 6 treatments: “Tonight Hunter was sitting on my lap and I was on Facebook when I … read more

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