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New stem cells may help in battling multiple sclerosis.

The great promise of stem cells may finally be getting close for multiple sclerosis patients. Stem cells, which have the power to transform into other types of cells, have been much anticipated for more than a decade as a way to treat or even cure diseases like MS, Parkinson's, blindness and spinal cord injuries.

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

Here’s an old therapy that works very well: High-dose fish oil since the omega-3 fatty acids can easily pass through the blood-brain barrier and reduce the neuroinflammation that is the real cause of multiple sclerosis.

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