Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic neurological disorder thataffects the
central nervous system (brain and spinal cord). The disease process results in
inflammation and damage to myelin (theinsulating tissue for nerve fibers) and
other cells within the nervous system.
Because myelin aids the conduction of nerve signals, damage to myelin results
in impaired nerve signaling and may impair normal sensation, movement, and
thinking. This damage occurs in patches that appear as distinct lesions on
magnetic resonance imaging(MRI). The patches cause different symptoms, depending
on the irlocation within the nervous system.
Currently there is no cure for MS.
Now you can read about alternative method: stem cell treatment in Germany and
HIRUDOTHERAPY TREATMENT IN USA!
- please, continue your reading, and aftrwords, you will find the answer for the effect of hirudotherapy on MS/MD.
Stem Cell therapy:
The XCell-Center Multiple Sclerosis Stem Cell Treatment
The XCell-Center's MS stem cell treatment differs from standard methods
because, in contrast to temporarily masking symptoms with drugs, it is a
drug-free alternative focused on affecting physical changes that can improve a
patient's quality of life.
MS patients are treated by injecting the stem cells into the bloodstream intravenously. Mannitol is administered
to open the blood-brain barrier which allows the stem cells to reach the central nervous system.
IV-Mannitol isan outpatient procedure that requires patients to stay inGermany 4 or 5
Then comes MRI, Anesthesia, Bone Marrow collection, IV-Mannitol Informed Consent Document (PDF
File) , Stem Cell Implantation back into the patient by intravenous administration (IV) with Mannitol....(Ironically, it is still called "drug-less" therapy!), and what about all other possible side effects?!, complications?!
[A total number of 50 patients (14 men and 36women) with MS were treated and
returned the post treatment questionnaires.
The mean age of patients at the time before treatment was almost48 years.
Mean time between treatment and follow up moment was around 5 months.
Improvements were reported in 25 patients, no change in 18 patients and
natural progress of the disease in 7 patients....]
Cont. on next page.