Is Unproven and Expensive Stem Cell Autism Treatment Worth Trying?

Some parents have seen good results with stem cell therapy treatment for their children with autism. The treatment is thought to decrease inflammation, stimulate the brain, replace damaged neurons and increase function, but scientific evidence proving this treatment is effective is lacking. Psychologist and autism expert Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh and neurobiologist and stem cell expert Jack Price join to discuss.

Autism Is Not a Blood Disorder, So How Can It be Treated with Stem Cells?

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