Stem cell treatment gives new hope to autistic toddler
After being diagnosed with autism, two-year-old Archit Dev would have probably spent the rest of his life as an incapacitated individual had it not been for his resolute father and the science behind stem cells.
A resident of Ghaziabad, Archit was unable make eye contact, speak to anyone or even sit at one location. But after undergoing treatment for a year, Archit now has better concentration, understands names and instructions and is even devising new games.
His parents, who are witness to his unexpected improvement, attribute this change to stem cell therapy treatment.
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- 25th January 2015
- Daily Mail