The damage to unborn children caused by the Zika virus is nothing short of chilling. Likened to rubella, the virus is relatively harmless to adults, but can have devastating effects on unborn children.
These effects ranged from small heads, nerve damage and blindness to fetus death. What’s more troubling is that there is presently no way to prevent brain damage once infected by the Zika virus.
There is some good news in the world of Stem Cell Therapy
Stem Cell Treatments are now being used to repair and sometimes even reverse damage to the brain cause by the virus.
It is also integral in preventing further complications that could arise at later stages. Although early detection and diagnosis is key for this type of treatment, it is still the best chance to eliminate the complications associated with the virus.
With an estimated number of infected projected to be near 4 million in the next year, Stem Cell care could be the best chance for expecting mothers to protect their children from damage, or even save their lives.
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