Adult Stem Cells Helping Brain Injury
A woman in India is recovering from a traumatic brain injury after having her own adult stem cells implanted into her brain.
by Don Margolis | Source: The Repair Stem Cell Institute
STEM CELL RESEARCH DOCTOR HELPS WOMAN WITH BRAIN INJURY
In another victory for stem cell research using Adult Stem Cells, a woman in India is recovering from a traumatic brain injury suffered in a car accident. Madhumalika, 27, had her own adult stem cells implanted into her brain for the therapy and treatment.
In a Coma, Nothing to Lose- Her Own Adult Stem Cells To The Rescue
Madhumalika had been in a coma for more than 3 months. Her family had given up hope. Her father said “”We had no hope of getting her back after the fatal injury. Also, we were unsure of the effects of the therapy on her. But we had to take a chance.”
With the help of Dr. N K Venkataramana, chief neurosurgeon of BGS Hospitals,Madumalika had the stem cells from her bone marrow put into her brain. The results?
In the surgery done in March, four million stem cells per body weight, which were prepared at Stempeutics Research Pvt Ltd, were injected directly into her brain.
After a month of the transplant, she showed considerable improvement. She became conscious, started talking and could move her limbs. She was also able to recognize family members and friends.
Dr. N K Venkatarmana - Can you say the name of this stem cell doctor 3 times fast?
As noted above, the stem cell research and treatment was carried out by Dr. N K Venkataramana. One doesn’t easily forget a name like that. Dr. Venkataramana was the same doctor (neurosurgeon) who helped Aaditya
, the lovely young boy suffering from Niemann Pick Type C, with Aaditya’s own stem cells. You can read more about Aaditya’s stem cell treatment at his own web site set up by his family Hope for Aaditya
For more Adult Stem Cell articles providing hope for over 100 diseases being treated TODAY, visit www.RepairStemCells.org
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