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Stem cells have the ability for a specific action. Neural crest-derived stem cells can support and form new neurons and glial cells. From here, the path to development and better quality of the child's life begins.
Autism belongs to the group of disorders with the common name autism spectrum disorder (ASD). These include previously classified atypical, typical, and high-functioning autism, etc. Children with different types of autism are clinically different from each other, with slightly diverse mechanisms of disorders.
Stem cell therapy helps develop the speech center and boost the functioning of the centers responsible for the child's socialization, improving communication skills and reducing anxiety and aggression.
The GOOD CELLS team proposes treatment depending on the child's age and development: an intravenous and local administration of the neural crest-derived multipotent stem cells. Local administration is prescribed in the perilymphatic and pericranial areas, but the doctor may also prescribe endonasal administration of stem cells. Before each injection, specific inhalation therapy is performed. It stimulates the relevant brain centers responsible for socialization and development of communication skills, thanks to stem cells' direct influence on the corresponding areas of the brain.
This treatment is indicated for patients over 3 y.o. diagnosed with typical or atypical autism.
cancer, or its history in the last 5 years.
Most often, we use neural crest-derived multipotent stem cells for the treatment of autism spectrum disorder. These cells can support the nervous tissue. They can also stimulate brain cells' receptors and improve their sensitivity, proper functioning, and interaction of centers to form skills and reflections in children. Besides, they help find the connection between such brain structures as the amygdala, hippocampus, and frontal cortex, which provide the socio-communicative abilities and the ability to receive external information and form adequate responses to these external stimuli.
How much does Stem Cell Therapy Cost for Autism?
The stem cell therapy cost for autism starts from $5,000, and it includes:
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