HSCT Treatment for patients with Multiple Sclerosis

STOP
PROGRESSION OF DISABILITY


Prevent further decrease in the quality of your life
It is a chronic inflammatory disorder of the central nervous system, caused by autoimmune reactivity of T-cells towards components of neural cells.
The disease progresses slowly and, at the end, the patient is essentially confined to a wheelchair.
Leave a constant need for expensive and ineffective therapy.
Modified Therapy helps to limit acute manifestations of the disease, but it cannot stop its progression and in most cases it does not provide a stable long-term effect.
MS progression inevitably leads to impairment of the patient's ability to move, sensitive disturbances and cognitive impairment.
REBOOT
THE DEFECTIVE IMMUNE SYSTEM
ELIMINATE THE CAUSE OF THE DISEASE
ELIMINATE
THE CAUSE OF THE DISEASE
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An established and clinically approved treatment
for patients with Multiple Sclerosis
and other Autoimmune Diseases
7
STEPS
HOW TO GET RID OF THE DISEASE
2
Takes about 3-4 days
A detailed examination always precedes the final decision.
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3
The beginning of treatment
Stem cell harvesting
About 5-6 days, depending on the results of stem cells collection
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4
Chemotherapy passes within 4 days, and + 1 more for vacation.
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5
After finishing chemotherapy
we provide stem cell reinfusion, it takes less than 3 hours
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6
Isolation period during 14 days
to rebuild immune system in the aseptic unit of the hospital.
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7
It may take a few months
for your immune system to recover and start a NEW LIFE
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MEET PEOPLE
DISCOVER THE REAL EXPERIENCE
There are individuals on this forum that have completed the treatment or are currently undergoing treatment, who may be able to answer your questions or provide their insight.
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High-Dose Immunosuppressive Therapy with Autologous Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation for patients suffering from Multiple Sclerosis and other Autoimmune Diseases