Stem cells have been used in the therapy of patients by Unistem with various forms of Multiple Sclerosis, including:
- Secondary Progressive
- Progressive Relapsing
- Primary Progressive
Most notable symptoms affecting arriving patients are lack of balance, lower and upper body strength, speech, visual acuity, and fatigue. It is important to note that MS is a progressive condition. The interval between the therapy and the time patients claim improvements have started to regress can vary from patient to patient, but can be as fast as within a year. As with any form of stem cell therapy, there is the possibility of minimal/no improvement, and we encourage patients and caregivers to maintain realistic expectations for the therapy. Upon receiving medical information, our doctors can give additional guidance about the Multiple Sclerosis and Stem Cell therapy’s appropriateness.