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A Clinical Trial Assesses the Use of a Child's Own Cord-Blood Stem Cells to Treat Autism


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(OPEN):
CORD BLOOD REGISTRY
AND SACRAMENTO'S SUTTER NEUROSCIENCE INSTITUTE RECENTLY LAUNCHED THE FIRST F-D-A-APPROVED CLINICAL-TRIAL TO ASSESS THE USE OF A CHILD'S OWN CORD-BLOOD STEM-CELLS TO TREAT SELECT-PATIENTS WITH AUTISM.  DOCTOR MICHAEL CHEZ [LIKE "PEZ"] IS THE DIRECTOR OF PEDIATRIC NEUROLOGY AT SUTTER, AND THE STUDY'S PRINCIPAL-INVESTIGATOR...

(CHEZ):
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WHAT I'M EXCITED ABOUT THIS STUDY IS THAT WE'RE BASICALLY OPENING THE DOOR AND SAYING, 'ENOUGH THEORY:  LET'S GET TO THIS TEST OF THE IDEA THAT STEM-CELLS CAN HELP REPAIR DISEASES--AND LET'S PUT IT TO THE TEST.'  WE'RE OPENING THE DOOR TO USING STEM-CELLS IN AUTISM AND MANY OTHER CONDITIONS THAT HAVE ONLY BEEN THEORY, UP UNTIL THIS POINT."

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THE STUDY WILL INVOLVE 30 CHILDREN, BETWEEN THE AGES OF TWO AND SEVEN.  FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT "CORD-BLOOD"-DOT-COM-SLASH-"AUTISM".



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