CLEVELAND, Ohio-- An experimental new stem cell procedure that started in California has now begun in Northeast Ohio with a famous and much-loved first patient.
Kym Sellers from 93.1 WZAK has advanced Multiple Sclerosis.
The hard-working mother of four is risking everything to feel better.
The procedure is still in the testing phase and considered "patient funded research" that is not yet FDA-approved.
But some doctors think the technology could help patients suffering from a number of afflictions including but not limited to: Asthma, COPD, Lupus, RA, MD, MS, ALS, and even hair loss.
“I think this will revolutionize medicine if it works,” said Dr. Mark Foglietti, Stem Center of Ohio.
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To speak to a nurse at Stem Cell Ohio during business hours, call 216-831-CELL (2355)