Explaining Stem Cell Treatment for Scleroderma

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Scleroderma is a chronic autoimmune disease where the body produces too much collagen, causing skin and other organs to become stiff and tight. There’s currently no cure for the disease, but there are different treatments which can ease the symptoms.

Read about seven complications that can arise from scleroderma. 

The Scleroderma Foundation shared this video of Dr. Richard Burt’s presentation at the 2016 National Parent Education Conference in New Orleans in July. Dr. Burt talks about hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT) and how clinical trials and conventional treatments affect many of the symptoms of scleroderma.

Read more about Dr. Burt’s stem cell transplant clinical trial here. 

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