Cerebral Palsy Patient Sees Improvements After Stem Cell Therapy


Cerebral Palsy Patient Sees Improvements After Stem Cell Therapy Samuel and his family recently came back for a second round of treatment with Beike stem cells. When Samuel was born in Portugal in 2013, he was diagnosed with cerebral palsy as a result of neonatal hypoglycemia, which is a blood sugar deficiency … read more

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

Stem cell therapy - Embryonic

Is there cure for cerebral palsy? 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 … read more

U.S. Cord Blood Bank May Help Characterize Cerebral Palsy Patients, Study Shows


Study for Cerebral Palsy Patients At Longitudinal Umbilical Stem Cell Monitoring and Treatment Research (LUSTRE), a private U.S. cord blood bank, researchers say registry data may be able to provide important insight into patients with cerebral palsy. The study compared children with cerebral palsy enrolled in LUSTRE to children of the … 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