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 enjoying a full and normal life with no signs of the disease. This follows their recovery from the stem cell transplants involving aggressive chemotherapy, or aHSCT as the procedure is known.
The 24 multiple sclerosis patients recruited for the trial were severely disabled but, with the exception of one who died, are now walking, working, kayaking, and skiing.
The trial is the first in the world to show complete long-term stopping of relapses of the debilitating disease and …
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