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Hope for the treatment of autism with umbilical cord blood

Results from a study have revealed encouraging results for the improvement of symptoms of autism in young children following treatment with umbilical cord blood. Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) impairs the way a person communicates and the way they perceive and interact with the world around them. The causes of autism are not yet fully understood but research […]

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Stem cells hold huge promise for the treatment of Parkinson’s disease

Stem cells offer the greatest potential in any area of medicine to treat some of humanity’s most devastating and debilitating conditions.  These include; Parkinson’s disease; spinal cord injury; heart attack; diabetes; blindness; multiple sclerosis; Alzheimer’s; stroke; organ transplantation; arthritis and osteoporosis; bone, tendon and cartilage damage; and sports injuries. This year Black Sabbath frontman’s Ossie […]

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Alzheimer’s Disease: umbilical stem cells can protect neurons

A new paper published in Stem Cell Research & Therapy reveals that stem cells from the umbilical cord can protect neurons in the human brain. This adds to a growing body of evidence showing that umbilical stem cells have the potential to treating and preventing neurological injury and diseases such as Huntington’s, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s. […]

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Stem Cell Transplant “a miracle” for Multiple Sclerosis Patients

Doctors have described the use of stem cells to treat multiple sclerosis (MS) as a “game changer” and have welcomed the results of an international trial showing that stem cells can leave patients symptom-free. “It feels like a miracle” Louise Willets has described how her life has been given back to her by a revolutionary […]

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MS Treatments – Stem Cells Stop the Disease in its Tracks

Treatment with umbilical cord stem cells is safe and “leads to sustained improvements in disability and brain lesions of multiple sclerosis (MS) patients”, according to clinical trials. With more medicines available than ever before and even tentative talk of a cure for multiple sclerosis, a defiant new generation is spreading the message: “I might have MS, […]

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Caroline Wyatt: MS ‘brain fog’ lifted after stem cell treatment

BBC journalist Caroline Wyatt has spoken of how the “brain fog began to lift” after she had pioneering treatment for multiple sclerosis (MS). The former BBC defence correspondent was deemed unsuitable for an NHS trial and paid $60,000 (£48,000) for a stem cell transplant in Mexico in January. Wyatt, 49, told BBC Radio 4’s PM […]

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Stem cell studies offer hope for childhood neurological condition Pelizaeus-Merzbacher disease (PMD)

The University of California San Francisco has announced progress in the development of stem cell therapies for Pelizaeus-Merzbacher disease (PMD), a potentially fatal genetic condition affecting boys. What is Pelizaeus-Merzbacher disease (PMD)? Often diagnosed at birth with symptoms of weakness and breathing difficulties, PMD is a progressive neurological disease caused by disruptions in the formation […]

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Little ‘rockstar’ Alex doing well ahead of cord blood transplant for Hunter’s Syndrome

Alex’s parents have moved heaven and earth to give their son a chance to beat the rare life-limiting condition he was born with. We will most likely lose our beloved little Alex while he is still young. The typical life expectancy for those with Hunter Syndrome is between 10 and 20 years. He is already […]

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Biovault Family Takes Part in Next-Generation Cerebral Palsy Treatment

Naturally, we hope no family will ever need to use their child’s stem cells. But sometimes they do. That’s why we make sure every collection in our care is treated with exceptional attention to detail. We want to give families the best possible chance of a healthy future. Kate Sneddon, Biovault CEO and microbiologist In […]

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