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Autistic Spectrum Disorder

Mary Brophy Marcus. (2012). Could Stem Cells Treat Autism? Newly Approved Study May Tell. 2014, From US News Health Web Site: 

Autistic Spectrum Disorder

Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a condition that manifests itself in early childhood, characterized by qualitative abnormalities in social interactions, markedly aberrant communication skills, and restricted repetitive behaviors, interests, and activities.

Kids with autism might have problems talking and making eye contact, they also may spend a lot of time putting things in order before they can pay attention, or they may say the same sentence again and again to calm themselves down, so they are often referred to be in their “own world.”

World Stem Cells Clinic’s Advanced Stem Cell Therapy (ASCT) for ASD

Our Advanced Stem Cell Therapy is among the most innovating approaches for ASD. In World Stem Cells Clinic we evaluate your child’s specific condition and propose a personalized treatment plan. Clinical research studies indicate that stem cells are able to address metabolic issues that contribute to ASD such as immunological and gastrointestinal problems as well as inflammation.

In a study designed and conducted at World Stem Cells Clinic for ASD, our patients showed improvement in perception, cognitive abilities and fine motor skills, leading to address the common ASD problems such as social impairment and repetitive behaviors among other symptoms like:

  • Better digestion and inflammation decrease
  • Better tolerance to a variety of foods
  • Overall behavior improvement
  • Better quality and easier contact
  • Potty-training
  • Improved eye contact with attention spam
  • Eating with utensils instead of hands
  • Diminished or no fear of loud noises, strangers and bright colours
  • Non-verbal children begin making sounds and pronouncing syllables and saying words
  • Verbal children develop a largar vocabulary
  • Better sleeping habits
  • Improvement in attention, concentration and social interaction

We can say that our treatment for ASD provides a new life quality for your kid and the whole family, as well as a new hope for your child to be self-sufficient when he is grown up.

News and references supporting our studies

Thomas E Ichim, Fabio Solano, Eduardo Glenn, Frank Morales, Leonard Smith, George Zabrecky, Neil H Riordan. (2007). Stem Cell Therapy for Autism. 2013, From Journal of Translational Medicine Web Site:

Kathleen Raven. (2012). Stem Cell Trial for Autism Launches in U.S. From Scientific American

Mary Brophy Marcus. (2012). Could Stem Cells Treat Autism? Newly Approved Study May Tell. 2014, From US News Health Web Site: