New announcements on stem cells spark hope for people with MS06 May 2010
Two new announcements have demonstrated the progress being made in using stem cell transplantation to treat MS.
Guidelines for ResearchersThe first is the publication of an international consensus on the future of stem cell transplantation research for people with MS, paving the way for more co-ordinated global research efforts and potentially better, and quicker, patient access to stem cell clinical trials.
The guidelines, which have been written and approved by some of the most well respected international MS researchers, as well as MS Societies from around the world and people affected by MS, spell out hope for the future of MS stem cell research and debunk myths about overseas stem cell clinics claiming to cure the condition.
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