July 27, 2021

MD Stem Cells is evaluating the ability of stem cells and near-infrared light treatment to improve cognitive impairment

Steven Levy is evaluating the use of self-derived bone marrow stem cells and near-infrared light to improve cognitive impairment in Alzheimer’s and related dementias and to improve behavior and socialization issues in adult autism spectrum disorder.

Participants will undergo intravenous delivery of self-derived bone marrow stem cells and may also undergo near-infrared light treatment or intranasal topical bone marrow stem cell treatment.

Researchers will test the ability of the stem cell treatment, with or without infrared light, to positively affect the health and function of neurons and the brain.

Find out your eligibility for this study and volunteer, if you can.

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