Multiple Sclerosis Patients Reboot Immune System with Stem Cells

Biologists have successfully reset the self-destructive immune systems of Multiple Sclerosis patients by utilizing autologous stem cells.

In a recent publication, biologists in the Immune Tolerance Network have used autologous [the patient’s own] stem cells to refurbish the immune systems of Multiple Sclerosis [MS] patients to no longer favor autoimmunity. The ITN researchers suppressed the patients’ immune systems, transplanted the stem cells, and in a 12 month follow-up, identified key distinctions between the patients’ T-cells before and after the transplant, indicating that the procedure was a success.

Currently, there is no cure for the millions of patients suffering from MS worldwide.  This research, through the utilization of autologous stem cells, presents the opportunity for developing personalized treatments that may have new implications for MS patients in the near future.

The research is an example of how scientists are gaining insights that will facilitate more effective treatments leading to better outcomes.  To learn more about the value of preserving your own mesenchymal stem cells for use in future therapies and how to bank your own stem cells through a non-evasive and affordable method by recovering your dental pulp stem cells, visit StemSave or call 877-783-6728 (877-StemSave) today.


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