According to a recent study conducted by an elite organization, it was seen that by transplanting the stem cells after a high dosage of immunosuppressive can help in the remission of multiple sclerosis. Multiple Sclerosis is a condition where the central nervous system attacks the immune system of a person. The test was conducted for five years and was recently published in the American Academy of Neurology journal.The research was performed on MS patients who ranged from age 26 to 52 years, and all of them had suffered relapses in the past. The research conducted was successful as at the end of the therapy, about 69 percent of the patients did not experience a relapse of MS symptoms or any new brain lesions. It was also found that the MS drugs that are readily available in the market do not show as much success as the therapy. It revealed that immunosuppressive therapy showed much better results than being on medication for an extended period.
Dr Shiva GopalVasishta is a neurology professor and practices in New Jersey. He is known for his research work on MS and has conducted a number of talks on the medical condition. He completed his MBBS in 1979 from Government Medical College and then finished his residency at the Boston City Hospital and Tufts Medical Center. Dr Shiva GopalVasishta is well acquitted with a number of different medical subjects like sleep disorder, stroke, sclerosis, dementia and many more.Dr Shiva GopalVasishta has been practicing in the city for more than 40 years and has extensive knowledge on the subjects. He likes to keep himself updated on the latest researches and ensures that offers all the available options for his patients. Dr Shiva GopalVasishta currently works at Kennedy University Hospital and is among the most experienced doctors to work here.