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A cutting-edge treatment for cerebral palsy is available in China. The therapy involves injecting stem cells from the umbilical cords of healthy babies into the spinal cord fluid of a patient with cerebral palsy, over a two-month period. The stem cells are thought to develop into new nerve cells and repair some of the brain damage caused by cerebral palsy.
Such treatment at Tiantan Puhua Neurosurgical Hospital in Beijing is reported to have helped several patients with cerebral palsy to sit up, speak and see better, stand and walk. As described in Medical News Today, the largest independent health and medical news website on the Internet, 19-year-old Gabor Bocskai achieved remarkable improvement as one of the first subjects to receive the stem cell therapy at Tiantan Puhua. Unedited videos taken before and after his stem cell treatment for cerebral palsy show Bocskai, a lifelong quadriplegic, walking without support, with increased maneuverability. Bocskai and his doctors report several other remarkable results of the treatment.
Dr. Sherwood Yang is the Vice President of Tiantan Puhua Neurosurgical Hospital, an international facility that is becoming known as a foremost center for stem cell treatment for cerebral palsy, Parkinson’s, and a number of other neurological disorders. Dr. Yang commented that "Cerebral palsy sufferers worldwide now have an exciting new option to consider for their treatment…it is satisfying to know that a trip to our Tiantan Puhua Beijing facility may now bring tremendous hope to so many out there who dream of reducing the disheartening and debilitating effects of CP, no matter their age."
The cerebral palsy treatment program for cerebral palsy sufferers at Tiantan Puhua centers on a cutting-edge stem cell therapy comprised of approximately four injections of neural stem cells into the patient’s spinal cord fluid — a very simple and safe procedure with no significant procedure-related risks. The treatment also includes the administration of an intravenous cocktail to protect the stem cells, plus physical therapy and traditional Chinese medicine, in a hospital facility operated under full international standards. More detail about the stem cell treatment for cerebral palsy at Tiantan Puhua Hospital is available at http://www.stemcellspuhua.com.
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