Having to watch your child battle an illness is one of the most difficult experiences to go through in life. Parents will often say they would without hesitation switch places with their sick son or daughter, if it means taking their pain and suffering away from them. The world is full of diseases that . . . → Read More: Medical Studies Continue to Help Innocent Children
Families with autistic children must navigate a condition where questions outnumber the answers, and therapies remain sparse and largely ineffective. A clinical trial being conducted by the Sutter Neuroscience Institute in Sacramento, California to address this situation began recruiting participants today for a highly experimental stem cell therapy for autism. . . . → Read More: Autism Cord Blood Stem Cell Research Trial in US
Stem cell treatment is a controversial subject depending on how the stem cells are harvested, but for parents of autistic children the theoretical implications of stem cell treatment may be appealing.
Disorders on the autism spectrum are wide spread; it is believed that approximately 1 in 110 children are affected somehow on the scale. . . . → Read More: Having Cord Blood Saved Can Be Life Changing for Your Family