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Cambridge scientist ‘on verge of curing multiple sclerosis’

A researcher from Cambridge University, UK, has made a discovery which could lead to a cure for multiple sclerosis. What’s more, she says it can tackle other diseases too.
Dr Su Metcalfe of LIFNano (Photo David Johnson).
Dr Su Metcalfe was working […]

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Stem cell trial patients are leading a normal life

This is my column, today, in MS News Today. I thought you’d like to know about it:
Stem Cell MS Patients Lead Normal Life Thanks To aHSCT Procedure
People with MS who were involved in a long-term clinical trial are out and about […]

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‎Self-advocate: Take control of your own treatment

Becoming a self-advocate may be the best way of getting the treatment any MS patient may want.
Stem cell transplants are known as aHSCT or just HSCT, and interest in them as a therapy for MS has never been higher. First […]

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New clinic in Mexico to open to treat chronic diseases – but including a very different stem cell treatment

Dr Jose Romo
There is a second clinic being set up in Mexico that claims it is going to be offering various treatments, including stem cell therapy, at a fraction of the price of Clinic Ruiz.
It is important to realise, though, […]

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Gwen Higgs, HSCT for MS advocate, ‘This is Your Life’ (part two)

Gwen Higgs underwent HSCT in Moscow in 2014. Today, she is a committed advocate for the use of stem cell therapy to treat all types of multiple sclerosis. She is a voluntary admin on many HSCT Facebook groups and is […]

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Gwen Higgs, HSCT for MS advocate, ‘This is Your Life’ (part one)

There can be no doubt that Gwen Higgs is a remarkable woman who has fought MS, has undergone HSCT and is today a voluntary advocate for that treatment, including being an admin of several Facebook pages on the subject. She is […]

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HSCT, sunshine, MS and other musings

 Gwen Higgs, Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton and David Cameron
Gwen’s story, warts and all
HSCT, stem cell therapy, and its use to treat multiple sclerosis patients has been on television, in publications and even this blog during the second half of January. […]

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Can Multiple Sclerosis be stopped? Maybe SOME can

Prof Basil Sharrack (left) and Prof John Snowden have a clinical partnership of neurology and haematology.
Last night on the UK’s BBC television, its leading documentary programme Panorama aired an episode entitled Can you stop my Multiple Sclerosis?
It followed four people […]

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