Parkensons desease





This brings me to my next point. For most Parkinson’s patients, memory loss is the key factor. If scientists can prove that fetal tissue is the best form of regeneration tissue than it can be used for other every day memory loss and every degenerative disease known to mankind to restore him.
Research and studies at Yale University hope to prove this. One such project involving four patients hoped to bring us one step closer to total regeneration of tissue damaged in the brain, namely the part which effects memory. (Fetal Nerve Cell Transplantation 7)
The patient’s were transplanted with human fetal mesencephalic tissue into the caudate nucleus of their brains. Transplantation of living tissue is intended to enhance the brains production of dopamine, a chemical important for regulation movement and which is not secreted in normal quantities in degenerative disorders. (Levine 270)
The fetal nerve cells can be injected into a desired brain location as liquid containing cells. This is actually not that many since the number of implanted dopaminergic cells needed for recovery of movement represents only one-tenth of one million of the total number of nerve cells in the brain. (Fetal Nerve Cell Transplantation 3) The stems cells, when implanted into the brain are savvy enough to generate new tissue and repair damage cause by Alzheimer’s and Tay-Sachs disease. Both of which deal directly with memory degeneration. (Couzen 68)
Each patient received cryopreserved tissue from a fetal cadaver (aborted fetus). Three of the patients quickly showed bilateral improvement on motor tasks, more functional in activities of daily living. One died in four months before achievement could be recorded due to the progression of the diseases he had, striatonigral degeneration. Optimal control was achieved with a lower dose of medications, whereas the controls (those controlling their progression with just medications) required far more medication. And even in one patient, bilateral restoration was improved of caudate dopamine synthesis to the range of normal controls.
In this study the patients continued to be somewhat disabled still, however, unilateral intracaudate grafts of fetal tissue containing dopamine diminished the symptoms and signs of pariknsonism for an 18 month evaluation. This research goes a long way in the regeneration of brain tissue.








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This brings me to my next point. For most Parkinson’s patients, memory loss is the key factor. If scientists can prove that fetal tissue is the best form of regeneration tissue than it can be used for other every day memory loss and every degenerative disease known to mankind to restore him.
Research and studies at Yale University hope to prove this. One such project involving four patients hoped to bring us one step closer to total regeneration of tissue damaged in the brain, namely the part which effects memory. (Fetal Nerve Cell Transplantation 7)
The patient’s were transplanted with human fetal mesencephalic tissue into the caudate nucleus of their brains. Transplantation of living tissue is intended to enhance the brains production of dopamine, a chemical important for regulation movement and which is not secreted in normal quantities in degenerative disorders. (Levine 270)
The fetal nerve cells can be injected into a desired brain location as liquid containing cells. This is actually not that many since the number of implanted dopaminergic cells needed for recovery of movement represents only one-tenth of one million of the total number of nerve cells in the brain. (Fetal Nerve Cell Transplantation 3) The stems cells, when implanted into the brain are savvy enough to generate new tissue and repair damage cause by Alzheimer’s and Tay-Sachs disease. Both of which deal directly with memory degeneration. (Couzen 68)
Each patient received cryopreserved tissue from a fetal cadaver (aborted fetus). Three of the patients quickly showed bilateral improvement on motor tasks, more functional in activities of daily living. One died in four months before achievement could be recorded due to the progression of the diseases he had, striatonigral degeneration. Optimal control was achieved with a lower dose of medications, whereas the controls (those controlling their progression with just medications) required far more medication. And even in one patient, bilateral restoration was improved of caudate dopamine synthesis to the range of normal controls.
In this study the patients continued to be somewhat disabled still, however, unilateral intracaudate grafts of fetal tissue