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From the last three years, I face difficulty in walking because of arthritis, then I consulted a doctor, who suggested that I have go through a surgery. Then I heard about stem cell treatment at Giostar Hospital, arrived here. After consulting doctor over here, I felt very satisfied and I went through stem cell treatment. After the first session, only I felt my condition improvement almost 50 percent. Earlier my legs used to get locked while walking, but now this problem is almost gone. Now, after the second sitting, I am feeling very good, and feel that my condition has improved by 70 percent. Until now, one session is left, as the course is of three sittings. Two sessions have already completed and one is left, and I hope that after the third session, my problem will be gone forever. I would like to thanks the doctor and staff at Giostar Hospital. The ambiance is very homely here and I don’t feel that I am away from home. The staff is very cooperative and polite, ad even if we have any queries they talk very politely and all give satisfactory answers to our queries.

 

Note: Result varies from patient to patient. These testimonials do not constitute typical results nor do we claim otherwise.

Neurol Res. 2012 Mar;34(2):129-42

Authors: Bednar MM, Perry A

Abstract
OBJECTIVE: Neurorestoration within the human central nervous system (CNS) is a concept that is barely a decade old. Despite this, there is significant clinical activity in this area, although there has not been any attempt to systematically identify these trials and organize them by disease area and phase of development. The objective of this investigation is to broadly review the current state of neurorestorative clinical trial activity ongoing worldwide.
METHODS: Iterative searches of the databases clinicaltrials.gov, EU Clinical Trials Register and ADIS Insight were used to locate clinical trials identified as involving neurorecovery/restoration strategies or stem cells for central nervous system diseases.
RESULTS: A wide range of neurorestorative clinical trials (N = 106) are ongoing or planned. Nearly three-fourths of all clinical trials (75/106) are targeting one of four disease areas: multiple sclerosis, stroke, Parkinson’s disease, and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Nearly two-thirds (63%) of 106 ongoing and planned clinical trials focus on cell-based therapy, although these are almost exclusively in phase 1 or 2 of development.
DISCUSSION: Neurorecovery is an emerging field that is currently focused on earlier stages of clinical development, primarily in four disease areas. As the field matures, it is expected that there will be a greater balance of studies across a wider spectrum of CNS diseases as well as in late-stage development.

PMID: 22333068 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE]

 

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