“They” say that you are considered newly diagnosed for the first 2 1/2 to 3 years after your Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis. It seems like only yesterday that I posted my “Year One” article. It seems like only yesterday that I was diagnosed! Somehow, enough time has passed that I find myself at a point where I have been living with Multiple Sclerosis for four years.
stem cell therapy
The idea of a cure for Multiple Sclerosis is threefold:
- Prevention Of Disease Development
- Reversal Of Damage Done Bye The Disease
- Cessation Of Future Disease Progression
While some of the latest research is very promising, no cure has been found. Our conventional treatments work to slow progression of the disease. We can use diet and exercise as well as other alternative therapies to attempt to control the disease. We can stay out of the heat to avoid its effects. Some have even gone through the controversial liberation therapy.
But there are some with Multiple Sclerosis who have unusually aggressive disease progression. Or they don’t respond well to any treatment. When nothing works for you, what risks and costs are you willing to face? I think that stem cell therapy may be the future of all treatment for Multiple Sclerosis.