Multiple Sclerosis and Stem Cell Therapy
Selma Blair was diagnosed with MS in 2018. Her symptoms include excruciating pain, difficulty speaking, and the inability to fully use her left leg.
Multiple Sclerosis is a chronic autoimmune disorder that affects the nervous system. Typical MS symptoms include blurred vision, loss of balance, lack of coordination, muscle spasms, numbness, and tingling. It can cause brain, spinal cord, and optic nerve injuries in severe cases.
The effect can be mild or severe depending on the individual. It makes it difficult for a person to live a normal life and complete daily tasks. It usually begins between the ages of 20 and 40. With periods of worsening symptoms and periods of recovery when symptoms appear to be improving.
Without early intervention, symptoms worsen, necessitating a more aggressive approach.
Is There a Multiple Sclerosis Cure?
When Selma Blair first went public with her MS diagnosis in 2018, it appeared that there was no cure in sight.
However, with the assistance of medical professionals, the actress was able to pursue an aggressive course of chemotherapy. However, it was stem cell therapy that enabled her to make significant progress. She received a cutting-edge treatment in the form of a stem cell transplant, which allowed her immune system to restart.
MS Stem Cell Treatment
Stem cell therapy is now used to repair and promote healing in a variety of diseases, including Multiple Sclerosis. One method for effectively treating MS is to use expanded cord tissue-derived umbilical cord cells.
Mesenchymal stem cells help the body fight inflammation. The administered stem cells will regulate the immune system and keep it from deteriorating further.
Selma Blair is speaking today about her healing journey. She narrates in a virtual appearance that, while her healing took time, she can finally say she is doing better.
She had hematopoietic stem-cell transplantation, which involves using stem cells from bone marrow, peripheral blood, or umbilical cord blood.
“My prognosis is great. I’m in remission. Stem cell put me in remission,” she said during a discovery+ Television Critics Association panel in support of her upcoming documentary, Introducing Selma Blair, which premieres Oct. 15.
“It took about a year after stem cell for the inflammation and lesions to really go down,” she said. “While I am in remission, there’s still maintenance and treatments and glitches.”
Selma Blair is now ready to face the public, realizing that her influence can help others suffering from chronic illness. She also offered her support to Christina Applegate, with whom she co-starred in the 2002 comedy “The Sweetest Thing” as she announced her own diagnosis of multiple sclerosis.
Stem cell therapy is becoming more popular around the world. It is regulated in the United States and supported by FDA-approved laboratories.
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Lourdes Duque Baron, an actress-singer, film producer, and author, and Michael York are staunch supporters of stem cell research.
Stem cell therapy has resulted in incremental improvements that allow Lourdes Duque Baron and Michael York to continue living with incredible energy and immune systems.
Recipients of billions of stem cells attest to the truth and efficacy of this revitalizing and enormously powerful treatment.
Michael York, a well-known actor, became an advocate for stem cells after being treated for Amyloidosis and Multiple Myeloma.
While Lourdes Duque Baron received stem cell therapy to treat her osteoporosis.
New Breed of Homo Sapiens Book
A new book about Stem Cells and their wonders was authored by Lou Baron and will soon be released.
“ Age should not define what you can do best to create a better world for humanity to thrive upon without fear of old age and other symptoms of age-related degenerative diseases”- Lou Baron
Said book is based on years of painstaking research and recent discoveries on stem cell therapy pioneered by her better half, Dr. Baron, an esteemed general, robotic, and stem cell surgeon.
The book’s goal is to educate people about the direction and to get stem cells accepted in the mainstream. Stem cell therapy has the potential to transform the healthcare system as we know it.
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