Early promise for stem cell therapy to curb MS

Stem cell injections appeared to help stall progression of MS, a study suggests.
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Stem cells injected into the brains of patients with secondary progressive MS appear to protect them against further deterioration, a small study shows.

Over a year long follow up, MS patients who received a fetal stem cell injection into their brains did not show any increase in disability or worsening of symptoms, researchers report.