Stem Cell Therapy for Multiple Sclerosis

Stem cell therapy for multiple sclerosis has already been medically reviewed.

Autoimmune disease occurring in the central nervous system

What is Multiple Sclerosis?

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic and typically progressive autoimmune disease that affects the central nervous system (CNS), which includes the brain, spinal cord, and optic nerves. In MS, the immune system mistakenly attacks the protective covering of nerve fibers called myelin, causing inflammation and damage to the myelin sheath and sometimes to the underlying nerves.

This damage disrupts the normal flow of electrical impulses along the nerves, leading to a variety of symptoms that can vary widely among individuals. Common symptoms of MS include fatigue, muscle weakness, coordination and balance problems, numbness or tingling, vision issues, cognitive changes, and difficulties with bladder or bowel function.

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The main types of MS

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is classified into several types, each reflecting the disease’s severity, progression, and pattern of symptoms. Understanding these types helps in diagnosing, managing, and treating the condition effectively. The main types of MS include:
This is the most common form at diagnosis, characterized by clearly defined attacks of worsening neurological function (relapses) followed by periods of partial or complete recovery (remissions). During remissions, no disease progression occurs.

PPMS is characterized by steadily worsening neurological function from the onset of symptoms without early relapses or remissions. Some people may experience occasional plateaus or temporary minor improvements in their symptoms.

SPMS follows an initial relapsing-remitting course. Over time, the disease shifts to a phase of steady progression with or without occasional relapses, minor remissions, or plateaus.
This is the least common form of MS and is characterized by a steadily worsening disease state from the beginning, with acute relapses but no remissions. People with this type of MS may or may not experience some recovery following these attacks; the disease continues to progress without remissions.
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Beneficial actions of stem cells in neurological diseases

Stem cell role in Multiple Sclerosis treatment

The exact cause of multiple sclerosis is not known, but it is believed to be a combination of genetic predisposition, environmental factors, and specific viral infections.

Basically, various drugs are used because there is a problem with the plasma and antibodies that play an immune function in the blood. Although these medications are aimed at managing symptoms and slowing their progression, their use can cause serious side effects and may stop working for some patients.

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  • The exact cause of multiple sclerosis is not known, but it is believed to be a combination of genetic predisposition, environmental factors, and specific viral infections.
  • Consequently, various drugs are used because there is a problem with the plasma and antibodies that play an immune function in the blood. Although these medications are aimed at managing symptoms and slowing their progression, their use can cause serious side effects and may stop working for some patients.
  • However Recently, stem cell therapies, including HSCT, and the use of mesenchymal stem cells obtained from sources such as the umbilical cord have emerged as potential treatments for multiple sclerosis (MS).
    For patients with Progressive-Relapsing MS (RRMS), hematopoietic stem cell transplant treatment is performed in addition to powerful chemotherapy. This is a treatment aimed at resetting one’s immune system and making it healthy.
  • Moreover, our hospital’s stem cell treatment uses umbilical cord-derived mesenchymal stem cells to help with rehabilitation, such as recovery from decline in physical function caused by MS. The use of umbilical cord-derived mesenchymal stem cells is based on their potential to modulate immune system responses and promote tissue repair. Mesenchymal stem cells have been shown to have immunomodulatory and anti-inflammatory effects, which may help treat autoimmune diseases such as MS by promoting repair of myelin and neural tissue and potentially halting disease progression.

Because the experience of multiple sclerosis varies greatly from person to person, treatment plans must be tailored to the patient’s specific situation and needs.

Considering Stem Cell Therapy?

If you are interested in stem cell treatment for the aforementioned MS condition, please submit the patient’s medical records to our team’s doctors.

Changes by stem cell treatment

What are the results of stem cell therapy for degenerative diseases?

We have experienced many positive changes in patients with stem cell therapy.

Controlling blood sugar levels
Reduces inflammation
Encourages cells to repair themselves
Promotes β cell function
Prevention of cell death
Regulation of the immune function
Metabolic hormone resistance control
Deeper sleep

Benefits of Our Stem Cell Therapy

Promotes cell regeneration by stem cell therapy

Promotes cell regeneration

Prevention of degenerative diseases by stem cell therapy

Prevention of degenerative diseases

Safety and No rejection reaction of stem cell therapy

Safety and No rejection reaction

Effective and Speedily healing

Easy and less invasive

Natural Tissue Healing by stem cell therapy

Natural Tissue Healing

High & long effect using young cells

High & long effect using young cells

Sterility Tested in GMP LABoratory

Sterility Tested in GMP LAB

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