This scientist is on the verge of curing multiple sclerosis for 2.3 million patients

British physicians from Sheffield City announced on Monday that more patients diagnosed with multiple sclerosis showed remarkable improvements after having received a treatment that is usually used against cancer.
Multiple sclerosis is a disease that is currently incurable. The new treatment has allowed patients diagnosed with this disease to walk again by “restarting” their immune systems.
In a clinical trial conducted at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital in Sheffield, carried out on 20 patients, the researchers used stem cells in bone marrow transplants.

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