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Stem cell news Stem Cells Applied In a Spinal Cord Surgery to Treat a Paralyzed Man 23 July 2015

Following a ten-year research, surgeons from the Chinese Academy of Sciences have first implanted stem cell into a spinal column of a paralyzed patient during a spinal cord surgery.

Stem Cell Transplants Can Become More Available Thanks to a New Molecule 11 October 2014

Researchers from the Institute for Research in Immunology and Cancer at the Université de Montréal have discovered a new molecule, the first of its kind, that helps multiply stem cells in a transplant of cord blood. T

Stem cells turned into different parts of the body in the lab 13 April 2014

Scientists from North London hospital grow ears, noses, and blood vessels in the laboratory from stem cells.

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Patient A.L., USA

Patient: A.L.
Age: 10
Gender: Male
Diagnosis: Autism. Joint hyperlaxity.
Country: USA
Treatment dates: Oct.24-26, 2011

The patient A.L. underwent stem cell treatment for autism in our clinic. After that, his parents wrote us a letter as follows:

I just left my son’s IEP (individual education plan) meeting with his school teachers and therapists. He had his stem cells at EmCell in October of 2011 and everyone of his school team said he has been a different child since late November. Honestly, they couldn’t stop themselves from raving about him. So, let me try to summarize some of what they are happy about. He greets people and children in his class spontaneously without prompting. He is making great eye contact where he had next to none before. He met his entire year’s IEP goals already and they needed to redo his goals and provide him more challenges. His reading comprehension is now often completely at age level. He is being social with other members of his class.

Fetal stem cells treatment results depend on: disease's severity, age of the patient, adherence for the medications and regime. Treatment results, presented on this site, are individual for each clinical case.