Treating Multiple Sclerosis with Stem Cell Therapy

Stem Cell Therapy

Autoimmune diseases can be an extreme burden on the people who suffer from them as well  as on their loved ones. They can affect your entire life and most of them are difficult to treat. Multiple sclerosis (MS) is one such autoimmune disease.   MS causes damage to the myelin sheath, a protective layer that…

Stem Cell Therapy for Multiple Sclerosis – Wes Meadlock

Transcription from Telephone Interview with MS stem cell patient, Wes Meadlock. I’ll start from the beginning and tell you what I know. In 2011, I started feeling something was wrong, and went to a neurologist here in town, went to his MRIs, and all his little testing, and this and that, and he said, “You’ve…

Autistic Woodbridge boy making strides after stem cell treatment in Panama

By Suzanne Russell of myCentralJersey.com WOODBRIDGE – John Guerriero has seen amazing improvements in his son, Anthony, since he underwent stem-cell treatment for his autism in December. “It’s been life changing, and not just for Anthony,” said Guerriero. He said his 7-year-old boy, a first-grade student at Matthew Jago School No. 28 in Woodbridge, is…

Duchenne’s Patient Ryan Benton Discusses His Experience with Stem Cell Therapy

Ryan Benton is the first patient in the United States to receive human umbilical cord-derived mesenchymal stem cell therapy for Duchenne’s muscular dystrophy. The US FDA granted Ryan this trial under compassionate use. Ryan first began treatments at the Stem Cell Institute in Panama before being able to receive treatments in his hometown of Wichita,…

Regina man returns from Panama after stem cell treatment

Glen Nelson says procedure appears to be working By Eric Anderson, CBC News Posted: Nov 05, 2014 View Original Story With every bicep curl and chest press, Glen Nelson pushes himself closer to his goal of walking again. The former University of Regina basketball star was paralyzed last November after undergoing back surgery. In September,…

Stem cell therapy aims to help Nelson on road to recovery

Stem-cell treatment needs time By Ian Hamilton, The Leader-Post View Original Article Glen Nelson has returned from Panama with more than just memories. The former University of Regina Cougars basketball star is back in the Queen City with a renewed sense of optimism that he’s on the road to recovery. Nelson, 57, had back surgery…