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Stem Cell Therapy - A Solution for Parkinson's disease
Date:10/23/2013

ing cells in the nigrostriatal system).

Kitada M and Dezawa M, the two prominent researchers of Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine, Sendai, Japan, noted that cell transplantation holds a great potential for treating Parkinson's disease, and numerous other diseases. According to them, the stem cells are easily accessible and are devoid of serious technical and ethical problems and are the appropriate candidates for transplantation.  Stem cell therapy is a unique way to repair or replace the damaged or dead cells in the disease process, and re-establish cell function and alleviate symptoms.  Thus, such cells may bring about improvement in clinical manifestations of neurodegenerative diseases and neural injuries.

StemGenex® a leading independent U.S. based company has observed researcher's findings to be accurate while working with patients diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. StemGenex provides access to promising treatment for Parkinson's disease via adipose-derived stem cells.  The majority of patients with PD who have undergone this therapy are progressively reporting a reduction of their symptoms and improvement of their quality of living.

StemGenex® is recognized for its service to health, including its function in laying the basis for innovative treatments for Parkinson's d
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