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We strive to aid Multiple Sclerosis patients in their journey to wellness through HSCT and continued alternative therapy.

MLP aims to provide funding and support for improving the quality of life for those that are determined not to let MS steal their functionality, their sanity, and their joy. HSCT (Autologous Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation) has become one of the most promising treatments for patients living with many terminal illnesses and has given MS sufferers the hope of someday leading “normal lives”. The treatment provides no guarantees but has been shown to at least stop disease progression, and in some cases, improve a patient’s current symptoms.

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Research efforts have begun to focus on various types of stem cells and their potential for slowing the progression of MS disease activity and possibly repairing existing damage to the nervous system.

These treatments should only be used after consultation with a physician and only in conjunction with other treatments, or if desired, standard medical therapies or DNT.


This is a promising form of treatment for patients with MS as well as other autoimmune diseases. It stands for Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation and is a process by which hematopoietic (blood cell-producing) stem cells,

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VITAMINS & ORGANIC THERAPIES Vitamins that have been specifically noted as beneficial to those with

  • Acupuncture to relieve Multiple Sclerosis


There have been small research studies suggesting a positive effect on MS related symptoms such

  • Cryotherapy treatment for Multiple Sclerosis


This treatment involves using a method of localized freezing temperatures to deaden an irritated nerve.

While all of these therapies are still in experimental stages and unproven to stop or improve the progression of Multiple Sclerosis, MLP believes that these and other unnamed therapies are worth consideration and evaluation for improving quality of life in MS patients.

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Diagnosed with MS In 2005, Chelsey is finally getting the HSCT treatment she’s so desperately been needing. On June 25th, 2018, she will depart to Moscow, Russia for an Autologous Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation.

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