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More news about stem cell therapy in children with autism spectrum disorder

Recently more news about stem cell therapy in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) came from the the medical research team led by Dr. Michael Chez from Pediatric Neuroscience Department of Sutter Institute for Medical Research, Sacramento, California. Safety of the infusion of own umbilical cord have been proven once more by the results of this…
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Encouraging start for cord blood therapy in autism spectrum disorder

Autism spectrum disorder is one of the diseases for which many advances in early diagnosis and behavioral therapies have been done in the last years. But still, researchers is trying to find a more effective therapy. Infusion of cord blood stem cells is an innovation therapeutic approach for autism spectrum disorder.  According to current hypothesis therapeutic…
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Autism – promising results from stem cell clinical trial

Promising results from a Phase I clinical trial evaluating the safety and feasibility of intravenous infusion of own umbilical cord blood for children with autism were published recently. In this small, early stage clinical trial, 25 children ages 2 to 5, (median age 4,6 years) with a confirmed diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder, had undergone…
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