Groundbreaking multiple sclerosis stem cell trial approved

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I would like to be a giunee pig for this. I have trouble with walking and I can’t run. My right hand shakes because the nerve is so bad

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I truly believe this is the most positive research currently being conducted. Healing myelin is the key and this sounds so positive I cant wait to see how this proceeds. I wish these kinds of trials were open to people outside of the US, I would love to be a part, but i’ve waited all this time I can wait a bit longer.

I would like to be place on your list of available patients for a stem cell clinical trial if possible.

I’ve had MS for awhile with numbness and tingling and most symptoms but the last few years I have lost mobility (wheelchair everywhere), have severe fatigue and other problems. I miss working and the interaction with people and children. Although Tysabri and Ritaxun have stopped the progression, II want to mend the damages if possible. I want to hike and ski again. Please allow me to help you. Thanks, Jeaninne

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Please contact the researchers directly if you are interested in joining the trial as they will not see posts placed here – the details can be found in the references tab under the article.

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I am in very good shape of course and live a very healthy life style. My doctors believe this maybe why thing haven’t advanced as quickly as they could have.

I am your perfect person to do your testing on. I am a 4th grade teacher and I also own a small gym, GuidingFitness.
I have had MS now for about 13 years and have known about it for only three. The MRIs shown only two lesions on my spine.

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stem cell and MS

posted by R.P, Singh on 21 Aug 2013 at 10:15 am

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The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a new clinical trial of a groundbreaking strategy using stem cells for the treatment of MS (multiple sclerosis).

stem cell trial please – MS

posted by Heidi on 20 Aug 2013 at 3:12 pm

Don’t feel have much to lose and wouldlike to help other people in a small way by trialling.

i had heard about the stem cell treatment by an iranian doctor in the US claiming to send to treat this condition, but since i was not covinced i waited to hear something that was FDA approved

I would love to be part of the Stem-Cell trial !!

posted by Jeaninne Kasa on 20 Aug 2013 at 12:08 pm

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Dr Yury in Southern California believes that my biometric age is in my early 40′s even though I’m fifty-seven.

Stem cell trial for MS – Pick me!!

posted by Kathy on 20 Aug 2013 at 11:33 am

The clinical trial will begin enrolling patients once ethical approval has been granted and funding secured.*

CCSVI is being denied everywhere so this is to cover backs and as much as they post news on new ways they all take years to get. I DO NOT TRUST the sites who send posts like this because its all new ploys to take away real happenings of MS . Even savitex everyone struggles to get the list is endless whats really going on with MS. TRUTHS ARE EVERYTHING IS HIGHLIGHTED YET NOT DONE FOR YEARS ITS SO WRONG WHATS GOING ON WITH MS

I am interested to join Stem Cell trail

posted by Tony A. on 19 Aug 2013 at 4:39 pm

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I have MS now for 16 years. I did not know this until being diagnosed in 2011. I am the only one in my family with MS. Its sad but many of my family members have different Autoimmune diseases. Type 2 diabetes (few). Thyroid both high/low (few). My son was diagnosed at the age of 14 with Type 1 diabetes (he is the only one). My grandmother had Polo. But 6 years ago my cousin was diagnosed with ALS. She passed away. She fought it for 5 years. So everything I have written to you is why I think research is so important. Trials may be scary because we fear the unknown. But I had no experience or much knowledge of my sons Type 1. Still learning about my MS as well. I would like to qualify to be a participant in your research study for the Stem Cell Trial. Maybe, I will be able to help myself. As well as give a chance to others who are living with MS. Thank you, for your studies and for reading my letter.

There is finally hope! MS stem cell trial

posted by Theresa G. on 19 Aug 2013 at 10:20 am

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According to the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation, there are currently between 350,000 to 500,000 people in the US who have been diagnosed with MS, and 200 people are diagnosed with the disease every week.

Please contact them directly to join the trail.

posted by Jenny Hutchings on 19 Aug 2013 at 4:41 am

Well i stumbled upon your article by chance, i am a MS diagnosed patient myself, i have tried very hard to control my condition by monitoring my symptoms verly closely and talking to my neurologist as soon as i feel any change.

I have been diagnose for MS since 1998. I have tried all preventive medicine since then. Last few months i have been using organics medicine . My right leg and right hand is very week. My walking is hard with minimum balance.I am very much interested to join your trail. I am in California, USA.

We will never know, unless we take a chance.

posted by Stacey S. on 19 Aug 2013 at 3:04 am

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Please could I be considered for the trials.

Use Serrapeptase with the stem cells to remove scar tissue and plaque

posted by Bill on 19 Aug 2013 at 12:23 am

Please let the UK and the US know I’m ready when they’re ready for me. The city of Lincoln is behind me.

I am in England but am happy to be where ever needed, just sat here at present waiting for miracles as lost the capability to walk very far and eye sight getting poorer.

MS trial volunteer

posted by Dawn on 18 Aug 2013 at 4:43 pm

I cant wait to hear more positive news from this study so paitents like me can get back to their normal lives and not worry about being a pain and lives of our loved ones.Hope and pray for their sucess!

Preclinical testing of this procedure showed that after injecting the stem cells, brain inflammation was reduced in seven MS patients, myelin was repaired (an insulating layer that forms around nerves), and protection of the neuronal structure and function of the brain was improved.

MS trials

posted by Paula F. on 18 Aug 2013 at 1:50 pm

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Similar trials but with larger number of patients (phase 2) have already been under way in the UK. In 2011, UK scientists received £1 million from the MS Society and the UK Stem Cell Foundation (UKCSF) towards research investigating whether stem cells can slow, stop or reverse brain and spinal cord damage in MS patients.

Sheri Sue Stone
Loomis, CA

The new regenerative strategy will involve using autologous, mesenchymal stem cell-derived neural progenitor cells (MSC-NPs), which will be harvested from the bone marrow of 20 MS patients who meet the criteria for the trial.


posted by LYNNE HEAL on 17 Aug 2013 at 3:43 pm

Dr. Sadiq says of this most recent trial in the US:

Researchers from the Tisch MS Research Center of New York say the FDA has granted approval to begin early clinical investigation (phase 1 trial) of autologous neural stem cells in the treatment of MS.

I want to volunteer – Stem cell spine injections for MS

posted by Sheri sue Stone on 17 Aug 2013 at 9:54 am

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The injections will be repeated at 3-month intervals, with their safety and efficacy frequently monitored through follow-up visits. After the final injection, patients will be monitored for up to 27 months.

I have too much work ahead of me… making people healthy one person at a time. I have students that I have to convince to become doctors and scientists. I am a very powerful person in the fact that I am the wind under all these wings.

Multiple sclerosis is a chronic disease that attacks the central nervous system (the spinal cord, optic nerves and brain). Common symptoms are numbness of the limbs, but more severe cases can lead to paralysis and blindness.

I have been living with Multiple Sclerosis for 30 years. I would be HONORED to take part in this Study! My daughter also suffers from MS. FINALLY THIS STUDY SHOWS HOPE! Thank you…Theresa

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I’d like to be considered for the Stem Cell trials .. I’m retired, I’m available and I’m willing to be poked, prodded and I’m persistent … ha ha .. I am soooooooooo interested in stem cell research for MS .. if not for myself, for the thousands yet undiagnosed and the young people who have their whole lives in front of them .. this is great news .. .the first trial in the US … let me be part of history : )

positively hopeful – healing myelin

posted by Mariana T. on 17 Aug 2013 at 7:45 am

The main objective of the clinical trial, the researchers say, is to determine the safety of the treatment, while the secondary objective is to measure the effectiveness.

Dr. Saud Sadiq, senior research scientist at Tisch MS Research Center of New York, says:

excited!! Stem cell spine injections for MS

posted by sara on 17 Aug 2013 at 5:52 am

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The stem cells will then be injected into the cerebrospinal fluid that surrounds the spinal cords of the patients.

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myself 40 year old male suffering from ms , i willing to participate in stem cell trial. myself is from india presently participating in trial by Bio gen idec of bg 003 kindly keep in touch with me . thanking you in anticipation

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