We've talked about this a few times. Adult stem cell therapy MAY hold some answers down the road, but for now the research is still evolving.
If you google the topic you will find options in Mexico, Europe and even China for stem cell therapy. There are a few bloggers who regularly post about their ongoing journey but keep in mind you can't verify who these people are or if what they are saying is tyhe truth.
I still think stem cells are going to help in this MySterious puzzle, but we're not there, yet Stay in touch and let us know if you look into this further.
It will not correct any past or existing damage and you have to suppress the immune system. They could do it at Duke bit the MS Specialists have not found a good candidate yet. Someone who does not respond to the DMDs but is in perfect shape. Going out of country is fine, You just have no clue what the standards are for HEpC or AIDS.
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