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News and articles about ALS treatment

Stem Cell Therapy for ALS Patients Moves Closer To Reality

19 July 2015

As a recently completed phase 1 clinical trial shows, stem cells can be safely applied in patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).

Enhanced Adult Stem Cell Treatment Halts ALS Progression

18 October 2014

A stem cell treatment for ALS and other incurable neurodegenerative diseases gets early efficacy proofs and is entering Phase II clinical trials in the US.

Transplanted neural stem cells treat ALS in mouse model

24 December 2012

In 11 independent studies, a consortium of ALS researchers shows that transplanting neural stem cells into the spinal cord of an ALS mouse model slows disease onset and progression, improves motor function, and significantly prolongs survival.

Autologous Stem Cell Trials for ALS Patients

29 July 2012

A clinical trial of stem cell therapy for ALS patients conducted by Israel-based BrainStorm Cell Therapeutics shows the treatment to be well-tolerated, safe and not presenting risk of side-effects, an interim safety review says.

Stem Cell Transplantation to Treat ALS Patients Proves Safe and Well-Tolerated

09 April 2012

According to the phase 1 study by Neuralstem (USA), transplantation of stem cells into the lumbar region of the spinal cord has proven safe and was well-tolerated by ALS patients who participated in the trial.

Improved Survival in ALS Patients with Mild Obesity

08 June 2011

The study of over 400 ALS patients conducted at Massachusetts General Hospital has shown that mildly obese patients survived longer compared to patients with normal weight, or those underweight or overweight.

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and smoking: correlation is discovered

16 April 2011

The scientists of the Harvard School of Public Health revealed that cigarette smoking may elevate risk to get amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).

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