MS breakthrough could mean treatments halt progression

By Storm Newton
Updated November 28 2023 - 8:05am, first published 7:59am
Multiple sclerosis impacts the brain and spinal cord, leading to symptoms such as vision problems. (HANDOUT/David Baird)
Multiple sclerosis impacts the brain and spinal cord, leading to symptoms such as vision problems. (HANDOUT/David Baird)

A treatment for progressive multiple sclerosis could be on the horizon after a researchers found injecting stem cells into the brains of patients could potentially stop the disease advancing.

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