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Below is a sample of existing clinical evidence:

“Recent reports have shown that the administration of stem cells in animals with stroke can induce the reinstatement of functional connectivity, as determined by functional MRI. This, in turn, may be mediated by the outgrowth of nerve fibers of endogenous neurons… Stem cell therapy results in the up-regulation of growth factors that may be responsible for the outgrowth of these endogenous fiber processes and for the inhibition of inflammatory processes, which may lead to secondary cell loss within the brain.”

– “Stem cell therapy in ischemic stroke Role of IV and intra-arterial therapy,” Misra et al, Neurology, 2012

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