Stem Cell Treatment for Autism
¿What is autism?
1. Social challenges: Individuals with autism may have difficulties with social interaction, including understanding social cues, making eye contact, and forming relationships.
2. Communication difficulties: People with autism may have delayed language development, difficulty understanding and using language, or prefer to communicate using nonverbal methods.
3. Repetitive behaviors and restricted interests: Individuals with autism often engage in repetitive movements or actions, and they may display intense focus and interest in specific topics or activities.
4. Sensory sensitivities: Many individuals with autism have heightened sensitivity to sensory stimuli, such as lights, sounds, textures, or smells.
The prevalence of autism in the USA has been increasing over the years, and it is estimated that approximately 1 in 54 children have been diagnosed with ASD. The exact causes of autism are not fully understood, but it is believed to result from a combination of genetic and environmental factors.
Stem Cell Therapy for autism is an innovative approach that uses stem cells to address the symptoms and challenges faced by individuals with this condition. Stem cells have the unique ability to regenerate and repair tissues, as well as modulate the body's immune response, which can help improve brain function and neuronal connectivity in individuals with autism.
It is important to note that while Stem Cell Therapy for autism has shown encouraging results in many cases, we cannot guarantee an absolute cure. Results may vary among patients, and it is essential to understand that this treatment does not replace traditional therapeutic and educational interventions for autism.
What may this include:
- Medical Consultation
- 150 million MSCs
- Exosomes 500 MC (amount is determined by our doctors depending on age/weight ).
- Post therapy diet
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