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Stem Cell Treatment for Stroke Patients

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A stroke is a condition that occurs when the blood supply to the brain is cut off resulting in brain damage. The supply of oxygen and nutrients to the brain through blood stops, causing brain cells to die within minutes. This can result in very serious medical complications and even death. The damage that the brain suffers and the resulting complications can both be minimised through immediate medical intervention. Read More

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Cerebral Palsy – Symptoms and Treatments

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Cerebral Palsy (CP) is a group of permanent movement disorders that appear in early childhood. It is a set of neurological conditions that affect movement and is the most common childhood disability. It affects over 700,000 individuals in the United States of America and more than 1 million people in India each year. The signs and symptoms can vary among people. The symptoms often include poor coordination, weak muscles, stiff muscles, and tremors. They may include problems with vision, hearing, sensation, swallowing and speaking. Read More

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Know What Is ‘High Functioning Autism’, And How Does It Manifest in Children with Autism?

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Autism is a complex neurodevelopmental condition that is perceptible during the first three years of age. A child with autism finds it difficult to decipher straightforward things like comprehending, perception, problem solving, speech, antisocial behaviour and social interaction. This slows down their normal development and functioning significantly making them dependent on their caretakers. Read More

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Understanding Autism Stem Cell Treatment

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Autism is a range of disorders which are characterized by several challenges in social skills, communication skills, repetitive behaviors, emotional imbalances and overall cognitive skills development. These developmental deficiencies are seen within the first three years of the child’s growth. These disrupt their normal functioning making them dependent on others for their basic requirements. Autism cannot be reversed but with proper early interventions, these children can be brought up to be independent and lead a better quality life. Read More