I didn't hear what chemo drug they were using, I must of missed it? The fact that they re-inject stem cells may imply they are using a chemo drug that actually does kill the bone marrow stem cells. The question then is why do your own stem cells harvested previously work any different to the ones that are there?chrishasms wrote:They are already doing this, minus the stem cell injection, aka Revimmune at Johns Hopkins and Rush hospital.
Your body already has stem cells in your bone marrow. All the chemo does is kills the active MS cells and lets your immune system reboot without any rogue cells.
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