Autism

Stem Cell Therapy for Autism in Pakistan – Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Karachi, Lahore

Autism is a complex condition that generally affects patients for their entire lives. Autism is known to affect social skills, communication ability, relationships, and self-regulation. While autism is most commonly considered a lifelong condition, recent research reveals that some patients can ‘outgrow’ their diagnosis of autism.

 

That said, the majority of people with autism often struggle with the condition for their entire lives. The condition is difficult to treat. Recent research is beginning to indicate that stem cell therapy might be a useful option for people who are hoping to treat their autism.

 

The Origin of Stem Cell Treatment for Brain Disorders

 

Historically, the use of stem cell therapy for autism can be traced back to the research on stem cells for treating cerebral palsy. This was the first time that researchers experimented with the injection of stem cells in patients with brain disorders.

 

Researchers began to realize that stem cell treatment was much more effective than the established treatments for these diseases. Stem cell therapy was proven to help slow cognitive decline and lead to an improvement of symptoms.

 

But cerebral palsy is a condition that is often caused by a physical injury. Autism, on the other hand, is a heterogeneous disorder that can be genetically inherited. So how does this play into autism?

 

The Use of Stem Cell Therapy for Autism

 

As researchers became increasingly comfortable using stem cell therapy to manage brain disorders, they began to experiment with using stem cells for managing autism.

 

One of the reasons that stem cell treatments are appealing for autistic patients is because of the way that stem cells can help to improve the communication between brain cells. There are several theorized ideas about why Autism is caused.

 

  • Decreased oxygen in the brain can impair brain cell communication
  • Immune problems in the gut and inflammation can decrease nervous communication

 

Many of the studies focusing on the use of stem cell therapy for autistic patients involve the use of umbilical cord stem cells. One study which has already undergone phase 1 trials revealed fantastic results for people struggling with autism. The study, which was done by Duke University and how it showed incredible promise, going through phase 2 trials.

 

That said, this isn’t the only study done on autism.

 

At present, there have been more than 20 different studies done on stem cell treatments for autism. Many of the studies show a significant improvement. Patients reported an improvement in symptoms and scores on IQ tests. However, similar studies showed that stem cell therapy provides a mild or insignificant improvement.

 

The most commonly used stem cells for managing autism are known as mesenchymal cells or MSCs. These cells are unique because they can adopt the role of other cells in the body. This allows them to repair or replace dysfunctional nerve cells.

 

MSCs are also unlikely to be rejected by the body. While they are not entirely immune to being rejected, their resilience makes them appealing for treating autism.

 

Autism is a condition caused by difficulties in communication between nerve cells. Autism can impair a person’s social and communication skills and decrease the quality of their lives.

 

Stem cell therapy is being considered as an approach for helping to fight autism. While stem cell therapy is not risk-free, researchers acknowledge that stem cells may help to improve the communication network of nerve cells, thus, can help to fight symptoms of autism.

 

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