Modern Medicine’s Promising Future for MS Treatment: Stem Cell Therapy

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Multiple sclerosis research shows that adipose-derived mesenchymal stem cell therapy may potentially repair the damage and inflammation seen in the nervous system of patients with MS.

But, do you know what stem cells are?

“So, you’re reading the newspaper, you’re watching the news and they’re talking about some new medical technology, some breakthrough… and I bet you that story is going to mention that this new type of therapy uses stem cells.”

In this SciShow video, listen to Hank explaining all about what stem cells are and how they work.


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