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Sunday, April 9, 2017

Will Stem Cell Treatments soon become a reality for MS Patients?

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Experimental MS Treatment Offers Hope To Patients 

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Getting on the treadmill again, is a big step for Malia Litman.
“I’m doing heel to toe walking,” she says proudly as the belt moves underneath her feet.
But to understand what a big victory this is, you need to know Litman’s path.
Litman, a top trial attorney in Dallas, was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis 18 years ago. As time passed, the disease slowly robbed her of her balance, mobility and energy. She says even taking a shower wiped her out. The disease is the most widespread disabling neurological condition in the world.
“You can imagine how contracted my world had become, it that was the level of energy I had,” she explains.
After she fell and broke her leg, Litman depended on a wheelchair for weeks. She says expensive MS medicines weren’t really working. That’s when she started looking for alternative treatments. Her search led her to Dr. Dimitrios Karussis.
“I believe many answers for our diseases and medical problems are hidden inside our body,” Dr. Karussis explains.
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