I want to thank all the medical staff of the Mardaleishvili clinic, in which on 6 June 2019 we received stem cell transplantation. My daughter is 6 years old and at the age of 3 we were diagnosed with autism.
Autism is a condition that has been with humanity since the start of the species, but unlike some other illnesses, such as tuberculosis, or pneumonia, it was not easily recognized. For centuries, autism wasn’t even regarded as a distinct condition but was often misdiagnosed as other forms of illness. It wasn’t unheard of, for example,
Medical science is a constantly evolving branch of knowledge. There is always more to learn, more to understand, and, in terms of technologies and techniques, always more to try. It’s because of the continuing advances in medicine that things like insulin allow people with diabetes to live full lives, and that some forms of cancer
Autism Spectrum Disorder, or ASD, was, for many decades largely misunderstood, and not adequately researched. For a very long time, ASD wasn’t even regarded as a distinct condition and was often misdiagnosed as a variation of schizophrenia, a misdiagnosis that was not helped by the fact that some ASD symptoms do respond to certain antipsychotic
Medical science continues to advance in many different areas. Prosthetic limbs, for example, are now being created that are starting to resemble cybernetic implants from science fiction films. New vaccines and surgical techniques make it possible for once fatal diseases to be treated. And then there is the ongoing research and treatment of various medical
New advances in medical research and treatment have led to new techniques to help people battle various medical conditions. We no longer live in a world, for example, where rabies is a fatal, untreatable disease, vaccines are now available to cure this illness. In the same way, many of the conditions that were once thought
Medical science continues to advance, and as it does, conditions and diseases once thought incurable, or even inevitably fatal, are now being challenged with new techniques and technologies. Rabies, for example, can now be cured with vaccines, some types of cancer that were once thought to have no chance of recovery from, such as leukemia,
Autism, which is more properly referred to as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), is a far-ranging medical condition that can be so mild a person is unaware of having the condition, or so severe it may require intensive treatment and therapy very early on life. But as with other medical conditions, having ASD is not the
To most of the general public, autism, more accurately referred to in clinical circles as Autism Spectrum Disorder, or ASD is viewed as a mysterious, even frightening disorder. Popular culture has portrayed the disorder as either a crippling condition that leaves people unable to function in everyday settings, or results in eccentric genius, with an
Stem cell therapy is a recent arrival in the world of medical science and treatment. It’s a very promising form of treatment; however it is also very limited in its application, with very few authorized treatments available to the public, at least in the United States. Leukemia, a form of blood cancer, is one of
Autism is today, more clinically referred to as Autism Spectrum Disorder, or ASD, and has been one of the more challenging medical conditions to document and treat. For many centuries, ASD wasn’t even considered a distinct condition and was often misdiagnosed as other conditions entirely, such as some people with ASD being treated for schizophrenia.