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Stem Cells for Cerebral Palsy in Mexico

Cerebral Palsy is a collective term for the degeneration of brain cells due to any perinatal (time near birth) brain injury. Factors like uterus infection, premature birth, a genetic defect, or lack of oxygen at the time of delivery can cause the death of oligodendrons and neurons which causes Cerebral Palsy. Stem Cells for Cerebral Palsy in Mexico can help in neurons regeneration and benefit the patients.

Symptoms of Cerebral Palsy

  • Underdeveloped or overly developed muscles which can lead to hypotonia (floppy movement) or stiff movements.
  • Ataxia or poor coordination and balance
  • Unusual crawling
  • Lying down in awkward positions
  • Preferring one side of the body over other
  • Seizures
  • Limited movements

Why are Stem Cells used for Cerebral Palsy?

Stem Cells have regenerative properties which can function as the resident cells and replace the damaged or injured cells. It restores the lost function of the tissue or organ. Using this division and differentiation property of the stem cells, these are used to treat patients with Cerebral Palsy.

The pluripotent embryonic cells used for the treatment can be either administered locally or infused intravenously.

A study[1]Nassim H. Abi Chahine, Tarek W. Wehbe, Ramzi A. Hilal
Treatment of Cerebral Palsy with Stem Cells: A Report of 17 Cases.
” All patients had an uneventful post-injection course with 73% of the evaluable patients treated having a good response….”
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published in May 2016 published data for 17 cases of Cerebral Palsy treated with Stem Cells. It showed that the average improvement was 1.3 level on the GMFCS with cognitive improvements scale.

In another study[2]Jessica M. Sun, Allen W. Song, Laura E. Case
Effect of Autologous Cord Blood Infusion on Motor Function and Brain Connectivity in Young Children with Cerebral Palsy: A Randomized, Placebo‐Controlled Trial.
“Results of this study suggest that appropriately dosed ACB infusion improves …”
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, Autologous Cord Blood Infusion was done in 63 cerebral palsy patients. The results suggest the dose improved the brain connectivity and gross motor function in patients.


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