We are seeing promising results here at Kellum Stem Cell Institute

New research suggests potential for improved cognitive ability and behavior. More focus and attention.

As the parent of a child with autism spectrum disorder, you know each day means facing unexpected challenges and that no days are alike. Some days may lift your spirit as you see improvements in communicating and behavior. Other days, however, may be filled with seemingly random tantrums and poor social interaction that make it feel like little future progress is possible.

Yes, it’s frustrating. But advanced cell therapy with Stem Cells offers new hope to families impacted by autism.

Cell Therapy Can Help

Ease inflammation throughout the body that aggravates symptoms of autism.

Promote healing of nervous system tissue that can improve behavior and enhance attention and focus even months after treatment.

Improve memory and learning to help emotional and mental development—at any age.

Advanced Therapy Options: New Hope for Children with ASD

Our medical team takes pride in our reputation for collaborating with other scientists worldwide on research studies and established scientific publications.

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