Sighs of Relief from Multiple Sclerosis Sufferers - Part One

Multiple sclerosis - treatment?

Stem cell therapy is not defined as a cure for MS, but as a treatment for this debilitating disorder. The medical definition of cure is treatment that results in remission of symptoms and normal diagnoses for five years or more. The data analysis has not been conducted long enough to use treatment terms. The word therapy is more effective than the medical system.

Stem cells are the first cells that can produce many different types of cells. A stem cell communicates with the body to identify and migrate to the necessary sites, divide in a controlled manner to produce one of its own and another specialized cell that the body needs and to help the body heal and restarting it. existing cells.

For multiple sclerosis, stem cells work in three ways 

1) By creating new neurons to replace the dead ones. 2) By replacing dysfunctional and destroyed oligodendrocytes (cells that produce myelin.) 

3) By organizing the repair process from the signal in the current cells.

Intestinal blood cells can also modulate the immune system and have shown signs of an active immune system in many pregnancy studies. How are stem cells created?

Using a special protocol, red and white blood cells are removed from the umbilical cord. This gives away the need for blood or flesh games and removes all the risks involved. It is expanded or 'grown' in controlled laboratory cultures to produce the high quantities required for therapeutic applications. During this process, some rare stem cells (consisting of 10% of the stem cells) are expanded to represent more than 70% of the total stem cells per vial. The purified and viable cord blood cells are then cultured using a special technique. The hot products are FDA (US Food and Drug Administration) approved for human injection and improve: the number of healthy cells, cells grow when it melts. Viability after thawing using this unique cooling system and proprietary freezing process is over 97%. Ethical questions?

Stem cells are obtained from the umbilical cord without any potential for life problems. These cords are obtained from informed consent donations from mothers selected for childbirth, thoroughly tested for infectious diseases according to the standards of the American Association of Blood Banks.

Success rate 

Stem cells have been used to treat multiple sclerosis more than 100 times with an average clinical success rate of over 80%. 80% success rate based on internal historical data. Initial analysis of the updated data - including data using new site-specific pins - shows a success rate of over 90%. Different people have different responses. Research shows that 90% of cases that did not or did little at first with no long-term benefit take toxic drugs such as interferon beta (Avonex, Betaseron) chemotherapy (Novantrone) but it's an antibiotic. It can be thought that the toxicity or activity of certain drugs can challenge or kill the cells or create other parts of the need that will slow down the neurological development. Interferon beta is especially toxic to the liver. Therefore, cells can lead to this area of ​​regeneration rather than the nervous system. More than 90% of all cases with the highest score have been used by doctors who prescribe drugs to work to remove the above drugs before starting cell therapy or never took them.

Good candidates 

Each person experiences different symptoms of MS at different times. So, everyone gets their own way for treatment. As with any medical treatment, it is difficult to predict the outcome. Some patients respond better than others, including patients who: 

You have not taken toxic drugs, have little or no heavy metal poisoning, do not smoke, drink, take drugs or artificial sweeteners, eat healthy and nutritious food for cells, including raw fruits, vegetables and sources of fat, making certain types. exercise/physical therapy and has a positive but realistic therapeutic goal.


In over 300 treatments, no side effects have been reported; or there are no foreseeable risks to health or science beyond those of routine vaccination. This is mainly because all the white blood cells have been removed from the process using a personal purification system.