Stem Cell Technology Charging Full Steam Ahead

Do you know how a brain tumor develops? Scientists and researchers have learned that most brain tumors develop from cancerous stem cells that live in the brain’s blood vessels. Killing those cancerous stem cells without damaging the brain is the goal of stem cell experts and molecular biologists today.

Treatments for multiple sclerosis and other neurological diseases are the focus of many stem cell pioneers, researchers and facilities around the world. People should know that because stem cell technology is still new, long-term studies have not determined the efficacy of many stem cell treatments offered around the world. Yet, the results are promising.

Stem cell corporations in the U.S. and around the world are conducting clinical trials and studies on dozens, if not hundreds, of stem cell therapies for spinal cord injury, MS, vision problems, cancer and paralysis, just to name a few. Scientists and doctors from globally respected stem cell research facilities and clinics from California to hospitals in Zurich, Switzerland, and locations in every continent, are charging full steam ahead on stem cell technologies that may offer real help to innumerable patients around the world in coming decades.

Using combination therapy through traditional and stem cell therapies is still undergoing clinical trials in the United States.  Facilities abroad are making headway in treatment conditions ranging from retina pigmentosa to cerebral palsy to lung disease and arthritis. Some of the most common include:

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