Stem cell treatment of MS

There’s been some long-term studies of stem cell therapy with MS. It involves immunosuppressant therapy followed by injecting the person with their own stem cells into their bloodstream which apparently goes to the affected areas. They did a five-year follow-up of people who did this one time treatment and most were in complete remission without any medication afterwards. Amazing! See http://www.stemcellularnow.com/stem-cell-transplants-may-induce-long-term-remission-of-multiple-sclerosis/
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