Multiple Sclerosis


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

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a degenerative disease that can cause a number of physical and mental symptoms. MS is a disease that affects the brain and spinal cord and, thus, the entire nervous system. As the disease progresses, patients become subject to increasingly intense symptoms.


While people with multiple sclerosis don’t always have a decreased lifespan, the quality of their life can be decreased. Because of this, researchers are consistently searching for an approach that can help fight symptoms of MS.


Stem cell therapy may yet prove to be a unique and effective approach for managing multiple sclerosis. This article explains a bit about MS and how stem cell therapy could be a useful approach.


About Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis is a condition in which an individual’s immune system begins to attack the protective material of their nerve cells. This protective fiber, known as myelin, helps to ensure healthy communication between nerve cells.


When the myelin is damaged, nerve cells subsequently become damaged. This prevents your brain and nervous system from being able to effectively communicate. This communication difficulty is what causes many of the symptoms of multiple sclerosis.


Stem Cell Treatments for Multiple Sclerosis


There are two types of stem cells that have been used for the treatment of MS.


  • Hematopoietic stem cells (HSCs). These are stem cells that can be obtained from human bone marrow, blood, and umbilical cord. These cells are able to adopt the role of blood cells and immune cells.
  • Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs). These stem cells are found in a number of different places in the body including bone marrow, skin, and fat. These cells are known to be especially useful for fighting inflammation and repairing damaged tissue.


Each of these cells has been used in a different way.


HSCs for Multiple Sclerosis

People with extreme treatment-resistant MS have often reported positive results when using HSCs for Multiple Sclerosis. While there is some risk to this treatment, the majority of people – as many as 98% – respond favorably.


The theory in this case is that HSC transplants will reboot the immune system. Ideally, this causes the immune system to stop attacking the nervous system. This can reduce symptoms of multiple sclerosis.


MSCs for Multiple Sclerosis

There are currently a number of animal studies being done on the use of MSCs for treating MS. Because of their ability to help fight inflammation and repair damaged tissue – including nerve tissue – MSCs are a promising tool for treating multiple sclerosis.


While the research does indicate that MSCs might be useful for improving symptoms and quality of life, more research is needed before this form of treatment will be considered a mainstream approach.


Multiple sclerosis is a difficult condition that affects the brain and nervous system. Symptoms of MS can be debilitating and the condition is often hard to treat.


The use of stem cells seems to be proving useful for managing multiple sclerosis. Stem cells are known to help improve neural functioning and repair damaged tissues. This allows them to help fight symptoms of multiple sclerosis and improve the quality of life for people who are resistant to typical treatment.


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