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There is continued need for more effective treatments for MS. Stem cell therapies are being explored as a potential way to address this unmet need. The unique properties of stem cells make them promising candidates for treatments that can slow MS disease activity.

There are different types of stem cells, and encouraging research is underway to determine how stem cells work, whether the use of stem cells to treat people with MS is safe and effective, and which forms of MS may benefit from different stem cell procedures.

It is important for people with MS to have the best available information on stem cell therapy to make decisions related to this complex issue. This information statement provides information and summarises research about stem cell treatments for people with MS.

Published: 2022

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