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What is autism?

Autism is a group of neurodevelopmental disorders whose incidence has reached epidemic proportions. The causes of autism are unclear and their performances are different, but their pathological mechanisms are concentrated in two main aspects: blood perfusion in some areas of the brain and inflammatory reactions of immune abnormalities. These pathological changes in specific parts correspond to corresponding clinical symptoms.

Stem cell treatment for autism

Stem Cell treatment for Autism is a new and effective method for treating autism based on the pluripotent properties of stem cells, which regulate the body's digestive system, immune system, and restore damaged cells and tissues. Autism is one of five pervasive developmental disorders (PDDs) that are classified as a developmental disorder caused by a nervous system disorder that includes abnormal social skills, communication skills, interests and behavior patterns.

Possible improvements in autistic children after stem cell therapy:

  • Improve the patient's ability to digest and improve appetite and appetite;
  • Establish normal relationships. Patients can communicate through eye contact. Improve communication with children, eye contact and attention have also improved;
  • Patients have more normal behavior;
  • Reduce the patient's fear of strangers, colorful affairs, etc.;
  • Reduced symptoms of language communication disorders. His vocabulary can be enhanced. Non-verbal children begin to voice and speak, and speech children increase vocabulary;
  • Improve the ability to write;
  • Improve patient self-care ability;
  • Improve memory and attention.

Children have different levels of improvement, but each post-treatment report has the improvements listed above.

The main purpose of stem cell therapy is to trigger brain development and help children develop the skills they need most, such as communication skills, self-care skills, learning and professional skills.

Our Cryo stem cell center provides stem cell transplantation for autism. Stem cell transplantation have a positive impact on body organs and systems, first benefiting the patient's brain. The brain of autistic patients is responsible for memory and concentration. The areas with incomplete development and stem cell treatment can help restore hematopoietic function, improve cerebral blood flow, replace damaged neuron, and promote the formation of new blood vessels.

Stem cell therapy is an effective and safe way to treat autism and can help children with autism and children with autism spectrum disorders to varying degrees. The sooner you start doing the treatment, the better.