Wheelchair-bound multiple sclerosis patients able to walk again after stem-cell therapy
A pioneering new stem cell treatment is reversing and then halting the potentially crippling effects of multiple sclerosis.
Patients embarking on a ground-breaking trial of the new treatment have found they can walk again and that the disease even appears to be stopped in its tracks.
Holly Drewry, 25, from Sheffield, who was wheelchair bound after the birth of her daughter Isla, now two.
But Miss Drewry claims the new treatment has transformed her life.