Stem Cell By Luisa Kalina

Stem cells have the potential to turn into any different kinds of cells. They repair parts of the body and be a great use. Some of the places they are found are the brain, blood, and blood marrow.

Stem Cells May Be Used To Help Children With Autism

Using stem cells from a child's own core blood may be used as treatment for children who are effected by autism. Children receive an infusion from their own code blood. Their own core blood contains a rare stem cells that could help treat their autism.

Doctors and scientists have the children to an infusion that allows them to get the their core blood stem cells. They may also use core blood from others as well. They also under brain monitoring.

Children who have an core blood infusion for autism have seen great benefits. Children who have had issues with communication have seen improvemt by speaking more.

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