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PLS Patient Receives 3rd Stem Cell Therapy

PLS Patient Receives 3rd Stem Cell Treatment

Stem Cell Therapy for PLS Since being diagnosed with primary lateral sclerosis (PLS) in February of 2016, Sylvie has taken three trips to Thailand to receive stem cell treatment, finishing her most recent treatment in October of 2018. Before receiving stem cell therapy for PLS, her symptoms included spasticity in her arms … read more

Stroke Patient Sees Improvements After Stem Cell Treatment

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Stem Cell Therapy For Stroke News Stroke Stroke Patient In 2015 and in her early 30’s, Renata had a left cerebellar ischemic stroke in the pons of the brainstem. The stroke, caused by thrombosis (a blood clot) in the basilar artery, resulted in tetraparesis, or partial loss of function in … read more

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

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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

Stem Cell Therapy for Crohn’s Disease Approved in Europe

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The European Commission has approved Alofisel, previously known as Cx601, a stem cell therapy that treats complex perianal fistulas, one of the most restricting complications of Crohn’s disease. Alofisel was developed by Belgian biotech company TiGenix, and is licensed to the Japanese pharma Takeda. It is the first stem cell … read more