Thursday, May 13, 2010

Immune system 'reboot' aids MS patient

Windsor-born Aaron Prentice, 35, says he's doing well after undergoing experimental bone marrow stem cell transplant treatment for multiple sclerosis. Prentice was the last of 24 MS patients to take part in the trial procedure, which was only available in Ottawa. A benefit dinner for Prentice is being held in Windsor on May 23. Photograph by: Handout, The Windsor Star

For Windsor-born Aaron Prentice, 35, it's still early, and there are many months of monitoring to come, but he feels fortunate to be a part of the study, which involves transplanting bone marrow stem cells in people with MS to see...Read more:

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