Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Treatment

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a demyelinating disease in which the insulating covers of nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord are compromised. This damage disrupts the ability of parts of the nervous system to communicate, resulting in symptoms of physical, mental, and sometimes psychiatric problems. Cord Blood Transfusions are a form of adult stem cell repair. And a number of clinical trials in the U.S. have seen successful treatment of patients with adult stem cells from their own body. Watch these success stories.


As a kid growing up in Utah, Allison Carr was always outdoors. She loved to swim, hike, camp and ride her bike. “In fact, for a long time, even after I got my driver's license, I preferred to ride my bike everywhere. Because I just loved to be active,” Allison said. At age 16 or 17 she started having strange physical symptoms that in her words, ‘weren’t making sense’. But Allison’s first clue that she had multiple sclerosis came years later, when she was working at the Salt Lake airport. Read More>>>

Barry Goudy Beats MS

Slapping hockey pucks around the ice rink, cracking balls around the golf course and pounding out a 65-hour work week used to be commonplace for Barry Goudy. Then the unthinkable happened: doctors told the Southgate, Michigan businessman he had multiple sclerosis (MS).  Read More >>>