Stem Cells are scientifically proven to reduce inflammation and remyelinate assisting your body to heal itself and return the immune system to it’s natural state of homeostasis.
Many neurologists believe that Adult Stem Cell therapy has no scientific evidence for effectively reversing the damage that has been done to the myelin sheath. The truth is that there is plenty of evidence. As long ago as 2005, GIOSTAR published this article with supporting evidence that MS can be treated with Adult Stem Cells.
Additionally, here is a current summary as of 2016 regarding the role of Stem Cells in MS recovery.
MS has a unique application for stem cells as it is widely accepted that stem cells are attracted to areas of inflammation. When stem cells are properly administered via IV and Intrathecal Injection they will be drawn to the areas where the lesions have damaged tissue due to the inflammation. When the stem cells find the area of concern they will reduce the inflammation and assist the tissue in rebuilding. As the lesions heal, the nerve signal can complete it’s intended path restoring communication and reversing symptoms.
The referenced study above sights success rates as high as 70% in relapsing remitting and progressive MS, and a shocking 68% in secondary progressive. There are no known pharmaceutical solutions that have near as high of a success rate.
The bitter truth
Stem Cells still do not present a cure. We believe within just a few short years, public acceptance of the technology will set about a wave of evidence leading to a cure very, very soon. This being said, the prospective benefits still outweigh the side effects of pharmaceuticals and are theoretically, scientifically and empirically proven to be real. Each patients results will vary due to their overall health condition, damage, presence of inflammation and age.
How is MS treated
GIOSTAR delivers stem cells via IV and Intrathecal infusion for MS.
How do I know if it will work for me?
Contact a member of the Patient Outreach team at 800.969.4188 to request a medical review. If the medical team approves your application, you will experience symptom relief.