scleroderma-stem-cells-transplantation.jpg For the patients suffering from Scleroderma, stem cell transplantation may be a ray of new hope. Stem cell transplantation is found to be fruitful to some extent on Scleroderma patients and is still in experimentation phase at the Clinical Research Center in University of Texas, Houston. Scleroderma is a disease where the skin becomes rough, tight and the pigment changes color. If the disease is a mild there will be no danger to life, otherwise it is dangerous and leads to death with in 5 years.

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a. Scleroderma affects women more often than men.
b. Interested participants who wish to be a part of the stem cell transplantation effects on Scleroderma can contact here