MS Stem Cell Medication Therapy Shows Promise

MS Stem Cell Medication Therapy Shows Promise

A new treatment for the autoimmune disease
multiple sclerosis, or MS, may stop the disease in its tracks in some patients. I’m Miranda
Savioli with your latest health news. A new study found that many patients with
relapsing-remitting MS treated with medication to suppress their immune system plus a transplant
of their own stem cells were disease-free several years later.This therapy decreased
the patients’s disease-causing immune cells so that the cells that were put back in could
survive and help create an immune system that did not attack the nervous system. However,
some advise patients to use caution if considering this treatment since there are risks and deaths
were reported,. Talk to your doctor about the pros and cons
of trying an emerging treatment.


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