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Multiple sclerosis is characterized by chronic inflammation and selective destruction of central nervous system myelin (demyelination) and gliosis (scarring). This is a disease immune-mediated inflammatory disease that attacks the myelinated axons from the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord), destroying myelin (which plays a role in nerve impulse transmission) and the axon, in different degrees, producing a physical disability over time.
There are a lot of medical centers that offer Stem cell treatment for Multiple Sclerosis to choose from. Before undergoing this type of procedure, one must pick a reputable facility that is able to provide Multiple Sclerosis Disease treatment at its best. These centers typically should be known to perform a significant number of successful similar treatment procedures, have highly trained staff and known specialization in Stem cell treatment. They should also have up-to-date equipment for a smooth and successful procedure.
My name is Steven S. and I have Retinitis Pigmentosa, I was diagnose on November 2010 when I was examined by my doctor.
I am seizure free, and was able to reduce my medicine intake in half.
I receive a placenta implant every six to seven months and have acupuncture apx. twice a month for over all health.
I am thankful to God for placing Dr. Gonzalez in my life, between the two I have the quality of life that I was meant to have.
Progencell Stem Cell therapy offers new solutions for patients suffering from knee pain.
I'm so thankful that I decided to do this technique. I can consider my self cured or at least in total remission. No steroids, normal urine protein, no edema, with my own kidneys that work perfectly.
Katy is six years old and had her first placental stem cell implants in June 2008 - one month ago. She is so much more attentive and present. Her seizure activity and spasticity have diminished significantly; she is trying to talk; she is so much more relaxed. She is eating more and sleeping much better.