questions? call us free at  0800.267.322

New FDA trial to ‘cure’ autism with cord blood

 

medicalThe start of an FDA approved clinical trial using umbilical cord blood stem cells to ‘cure’ autism was launched in the USA yesterday (21 August 2012).
Dr. Michael Chez, director of pediatric neurology at Sutter Neuroscience Institute in Sacramento, Calif., said he and his colleagues have been processing the trial for more than a year now, and they have high hopes it will succeed.
Chez got the idea to ‘treat’ autism with cord blood stem cells when he observed the cells radically cure a little boy who had cerebral palsy. “I can verify he definitely got better,” Dr Chez said. “All without extensive therapy.”

Untitled Document

Ready to get started?

Register with CordBank before your baby is born to collect stem cells at birth.

payment-logos

(Phone) 0800 CORDBANK or +64 9 302 9511 · (Fax) +64 9 302 9516
PO Box 68757, Wellesley Street, Auckland 1141
© CordBank New Zealand, 2004 – 2017

Still need help to decide if cord blood banking is right for you? Get our: