Most stem cells die after being injected into brain - this new technique could change that

Published June 6, 2024


Niagara Frontier Publications reported on a study co-led by Stelios Andreadis that could lead to new therapies for multiple sclerosis (MS), with Andreadis noting, “While there is currently no cure, we would like to develop a successful therapy that can limit the disease’s development and improve quality of life for MS patients and others who are suffering from neurological disorders.”