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Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis (MS), is a neuronal disease that can affect brain, spinal cord, and the optic nerves in the eyes. It can effects vision, body balance, muscle control, and other basic body functions. The effects vary from person to person. It can reduce life expectancy and affect the quality of life. It is a auto immune disease where you own antibodies attack the myelin sheath or insulation covering of the nerves. There is no treatment for treatment of MS.

At Stem Cell Medicare we have been treating MS patients with great success using stem cells from the patient’s own adipose tissue or bone marrow. These, stem cells not only help in regeneration of the myelin sheath, and neurons, but also help in immune modulation. These stem cells stop the attack of killer T cells on the myelin sheath cells and increase the number of helper T cells (immune modulation). This immune modulation stop further destruction of myelin sheath and restore normal functioning of nerves.

Stem Cells Therapy: Stemcells Medicare Protocol

We at Stem Cell Medicare have been giving treatment to patients for neuro-degenerative diseases with autologous mesenchymal stem cells from bone marrow, with great success. From half the bone marrow stem cells are separated by special machine and injected by intra-thecal injection, the remaining bone marrow is sent to laboratory for amplification of cells and imparting cytoplasmic markers for making neuro progenitor cells. These progenitor cells are injected by intra venous drip.

We strive to design protocol for each patient to suit his needs. The technique is quite effective, safe and without any side effects.

The entire medical procedure at Stemcells Medicare consists of 4 steps:


Qualification For The Treatment


Source Extraction


Laboratory Processing




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