Injection Of Stem Cell To The Brain Helps Stroke Patients

Clinical trial found five of the nine patients who suffered a stroke showed a slight recovery following a stem cell injection into their brains.

Study, were surprised by the recovery in the small to medium scale. However, it is too early to conclude that the recovery is caused by the treatment or just a coincident. But never less, the use of stem cells is a promising technique that could help reverse some of the crippling effects of a stroke. But strange that if is all just a coincidence, seeing patients now have the ability to move their fingers, whereas previously they had suffered total paralysis. There are also a few that were been able to walk around their house whereas before they were highly dependent on the help of others.

Nine patients had previously undergone clinical trial treatment to assess the safety of stem cell injection procedure on the part of the damaged brain. This is one of the world’s first trials to test the use of stem cells in stroke patients.

This is the beginning of a very long road, and a further significant development is needed before stem cell therapy can be considered as a possible treatment.

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