Patient in stem-cell treatment for MS reports improvement

Doctors at the Cleveland Clinic are using a patient's own stem cells in an experimental treatment for multiple sclerosis. Navy veteran and former gym owner Bill White is the first patient in North America to take part in the study. So far, White tells Fox News, he has experienced better eye and and muscle movement. But there will be no definitive results for another two years. Report

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