In a recent article in the Sydney Morning Herald, a new trial was giving hope to children suffering from cerebral palsy. In short, the study, led by the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, will infuse young children with umbilical cord blood in hopes that the stem cells will aid in repairing the brain damage that causes cerebral palsy’s symptoms.
As the doctors we work with point out, this will be a positive step toward educating patients on a procedure that they’ve been offering for years. Trials like this are not only encouraging, they are a vital cornerstone of a still misunderstood practice.
Even before they achieve positive results, the simple fact that articles are being constantly published gives readers more information than they would have had even a few years ago. We take pride in providing access to cutting edge medical teams that offer the very best in alternative care therapies such as this one.
With more and more research going in to the treatment of cerebral palsy symptoms through stem cells, patients and their families will have more hope to lead normal, healthy lives.
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