Odds are that you know someone who has been diagnosed as autistic or suspects such a diagnosis. The person may be a child, adolescent or adult. In 2016, the Center for Disease Control - Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring (ADDM) Network estimated that autism was diagnosed in 1 of every 68 births. In fact, in that same report, they also warned that this number has been on the rise. For those with severe autism, medicine has not provided many answers. But, this could be changing thanks to cord blood stem cells. . .
Autism: Are we on the verge of a revolution in medicine?
Save the Cord Foundation and WellSky are proud to welcome Michael G. Chez, M.D. for our next edition of Share the Science on December 12th, 2018. Share the Science is a free webinar series focused on the cord blood industry and the latest research in this field. As always, we invite both health professionals and the general public to join us for this unique online educational series.
During his presentation for Share the Science, Dr. Chez present a broad overview of past and current clinical trials applying stem cell therapy to autism spectrum disorders, as well as future therapeutic opportunities. He will explain the theories behind why stem cell therapy may be useful in autism treatment options. He will discuss recent trials using autologous umbilical cord and other stem cell sourced treatments, as well as the results of those trials. He will also look a the risks and safety of, and the limitations found to date in applying, stem cell therapy.
REGISTER now to join us for this one-to-one chat with Dr. Chez. Ask your questions directly to him and get the information you need.
SHARE THE SCIENCE
with Dr. Michael Chez
"Stem Cell Therapy in Autism: Experience and Outcomes"
Wednesday, December 12, 2018 | 11:00 AM CS
Free online event. Open to the public. Registration required.
About the Speaker
Dr. Chez is a board-certified child neurologist and fellowship-trained pediatric epileptologist who has pioneered research in epilepsy treatment and epilepsy surgery monitoring, and the use of alternative therapies to treat autism.
Dr. Chez received his medical degree from the Indiana University School of Medicine and served his internship and residency in pediatrics at Johns Hopkins Hospital. He was awarded a fellowship in child neurology at Children's Memorial Hospital in Chicago, a fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation in Cleveland, and a fellowship in epilepsy at Rush Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center. Dr. Chez has been certified by the American Board of Pediatrics, and the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, with special competence in child neurology.
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We wish to thank Dr. Michael Chez for volunteering his time to speak on
Share the Science and sharing his valuable insight on cord blood stem cell therapies.
We also wish to thank our generous sponsor and partner for this event,
WellSky Health, who continue to support cord blood
education through our “Share the Science” series.
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