Breakthrough treatments for multiple sclerosis likely ‘soon’

More reasons why Stem Cell research is necessary.

“Breakthrough treatments for multiple sclerosis (MS) may be just five years away, an Australian leader in stem cell research said in Christchurch yesterday.

Professor Alan Trounson, director of Australia’s main centre for stem cell research at Monash University, was speaking about advances in stem cell therapies.”

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  1. Stacey September 6, 2004 at 3:42 pm

    This sounds very encouraging. MS is such a horrid disease. I have watched a few family friends die slow, horrible deaths from it. Stem cell research is important and I support it.

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