Multiple sclerosis MS , a complex disorder of the central nervous system CNS , is characterized with axonal loss underlying long-term progressive disability. Currently available therapies for its management are able to slow down the progression but fail to treat it completely. Moreover, these therapies are associated with major CNS and cardiovascular adverse events, and prolonged use of these treatments may cause life-threatening diseases. Recent research has shown that cellular therapies hold a potential for CNS repair and may be able to provide protection from inflammatory damage caused after injury.
Those with MS Are Cautioned About Unsafe Stem Cell Treatments
Mesenchymal stem cells for the treatment of multiple sclerosis and other neurological diseases.
March is Multiple Sclerosis month. In honor of MS patients and research, we are featuring a guest blog from scientist and communicator Hamideh Emrani. T houghts expressed here are not necessarily those of CIRM. If you are reading this post, other than out of curiosity, chances are that you know someone who has been affected by Multiple Sclerosis MS.
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This uses your own stem cells, which are collected and then injected back into your body. Early results have been encouraging and understanding how best to treat people with stem cells is improving. AHSCT has not been formally assessed for use in the NHS outside clinical trials, but a small number of centres have begun to provide it on the NHS under specific circumstances to a very small number of people. People accepted for treatment generally either have a very aggressive type of MS or continue to have relapses even after trying one or more disease modifying drugs.
Multiple sclerosis MS affects about 2. Most people are diagnosed between the ages of 20 and 50, though it can occur in young children and significantly older adults. MS presents in different forms, but generally it is a progressive disease, worsening over time.