BBC journalist Caroline Wyatt has gone public about how stem cell therapy helped lift the “brain fog” she has been experiencing as a result of suffering from Multiple Sclerosis.
Caroline had originally been denied a place on a UK National Health service (NHS) trial – however she was determined to ensure that she was treated with stem cell therapy and paid $60,000 for a stem cell transplant in a private hospital in Puebla, Mexico in January.
After the treatment Caroline said she was “feeling better than I have done in a long time”.
She said she had been inspired by “people who had been in wheelchairs, or people who had been struggling to walk or to think or to speak clearly had come back after the treatment and, if you were a lay person, you’d say they looked cured, if you were a medic, you’d probably say they were in remission.”
Having had the treatment 3 weeks ago, Caroline said that the best thing that had happened was the lifting of the “brain fog” that she had experienced.
Grace Century President and Director of Research Scott Wolf said “Yet another positive, real-life example of the benefits of stem cell therapy – from no less a source than the BBC – highlights just how pioneering and exciting the future of stem cell therapy could be.”