How stem cell therapy could lead to future treatment of MS


“Therapy borrowed from blood cancer treatment has positive results for autoimmune diseases.”

“Twenty years ago, Dr. Alan Tyndall, a rheumatologist at University Hospital in Basel, Switzerland, was faced with giving a 37-year-old mother a grim diagnosis. Scleroderma, the autoimmune disease that pumps excess collagen into the body, was turning her pulmonary arteries into stone.”

“Stem Cell Treatment Shows Promise as Therapy for Multiple Sclerosis.”

Written by Rose Rimler | Published on March 18, 2016

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