Autism spectrum disorder poses complex challenges and impacts over 80 million children worldwide. It means that 1 in every 100 children is affected by the condition. But doctors are now turning to stem cells, which help manage and improve the lives of children with ASD.


Stem cells are naturally present in our bodies and can be considered master cells. You might ask why. These cells are described as masters because they have the inherent ability to differentiate into various cell types, including neurons. These cells use the body’s natural regenerative powers to help children diagnosed with autism.


Promises of stem cell therapy for autism in India


Stem cells can show a degree of clinical improvement, depending on the child’s condition. You can expect the following improvements in your child post-treatment:

  • Enhanced brain plasticity
  • Better immune response
  • Enhanced brain health
  • Behavioral modifications
  • Improvement of cognitive function

But that is not all stem cell therapy for autism can do! When you combine this therapy with exosome therapy, many children have seen tremendous improvements. Read More