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‘Miracle’ Stem Cell Therapy Reverses Multiple Sclerosis

(The Telegraph) – A pioneering new stem cell treatment is allowing multiple sclerosis sufferers to walk, run and even dance again, in results branded ‘miraculous’ by doctors. Patients who have been wheelchair-bound for 10 years have regained the use of their legs in the groundbreaking therapy, while others who were blind can now see again. The treatment, is the first to reverse the symptoms of MS, which has no cure, and affects around 100,000 people in Britain.

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