Stem Cell Therapy

Stem Cell Therapy Gives Aicha A Second Chance To Live A Normal Life

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Back in 2013 Aicha Aghoura, an Algerian, was involved in a road accident. She received severe injuries to her back and head that left the lower half of her body totally paralyzed. The ordeal was very hard on the family.

The doctors were sceptical of her condition and said that she would never walk again. Aghoura’s family did not give up and fixed multiple appointments with doctors in Algeria. They wanted Aicha to lead a normal life again. In spite of consulting the best physicians and surgeons, Aicha was bedridden for 5 years. Read More

Unusual Changes Can Predict Autism In A Child

Unusual Changes Can Predict Autism In A Child

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The first year of a child is usually normal, with the cute smile that light up his/her chubby face, the first crawl, constant prattling, peaceful sleep, etc. But what if your baby does not achieve these milestones? This is where the parents start wondering if there is a deficiency/disorder that prevents their child from growing normally. Read More

Stem Cell Treatment Success Stories

A Positive Response In Pratibha After Stem Cell Therapy

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According to a father whose daughter was diagnosed with autism showed a lot of improvement after undergoing stem cell therapy at Neurogen Brain and Spine Institute in Mumbai. Her life has now completely changed and she has matured into a wellorganised lady who loves to stick to a routine which is nearly impossible to change – a typical trait of Autism! Still, it’s a real joy to see her maintaining the daily chore with confidence. Read More

Stem Cell Therapy Success Stories

A Confident Combat Against Autism 

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Being a mother of a boy who is diagnosed with autism, certainly is a challenge. Here’s a story of mother and her struggle to help her 5-year-old son diagnosed with autism since birth.

Mrs. Donalyn from Australia, mother of Bondad Blaine, was not aware of his condition initially. But as he grew up, his conditions seem to differ from other kids on the block. He faced difficulty in expressing himself, incapability in recognizing alphabets and a different behavioural pattern. She consulted her paediatrician in Australia and was told that Bondad was suffering from Autism and was prescribed a stem cell treatment. Read More

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Chocolate – The Sensuous ‘Brain Food’

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Studies regarding the ‘health benefits of chocolate’ still continue to expose exciting discoveries, particularly in the field of heart/ blood vessel health, intellectual function and human mood. Chocolate, when consumed on a regular basis, can improve your cardiovascular system pumping, keep one’s mood calm and happy. While honing your intellectual skill. The flavanols and methylxanthines, in dark chocolate, also enhance the mood effect in people who consume them on a regular basis. Read More

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Top 10 Helpful Things For Children With Autism

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Buying a gift for someone is usually a challenging thing in itself, and when it comes to gifting a child with Autism, It becomes even more of a challenge. Hence, behaviour solutions for the kids associated with autism, having difficulty while paying attention, must be equipped with tools/toys to enhance his sensory needs, to relieve stress and to harness alertness at work. Read More

Spinal Cord Injury – Symptoms, Causes and Treatments

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A spinal cord injury is a damage to the spinal cord or to the nerves attached to the end of it that causes temporary or permanent changes to its functioning. It is an extremely serious physical trauma that often has a long-lasting and significant impact on daily life.

Until recently, there was no way to heal the injury completely, with recovery sometimes being lifelong. However, a new treatment called stem cell therapy for spinal cord injury has become popular in the last few years. Read More

Intellectual Disability – Stem Cell Treatment In India

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Intellectual disability, now more commonly known as intellectual disability or general learning disability, is a generalised disorder of neural development. It is characterised by a significantly impaired intellectual and adaptive functioning. It is generally defined by having an IQ under 70 along with deficits in two or more behaviours that affect the everyday general living. The definition includes both a mental functioning component as well as one relating to a person’s ability to function in their environments. Intellectual disability affects approximately 2 to 3 percent of the general population. Read More

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