AutismThis is from an open letter to the U.S. President Obama , where a thank full  New York mother has written that stem cell research using Adult Stem Cells has helped her daughter’s autism.

Studies estimate that as many as 12 in every 10,000 children have autism or a related condition (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 1999). Autism is three times more common in boys than in girls (National Institutes of Health, 2001).

Autism, also called autistic disorder, appears in early childhood. Autism prevents children and adolescents from interacting normally with other people and affects almost every aspect of their social and psychological development.

In the open letter, delighted Judy DiCorcia reported that her daughter, Lauren, a 10 year old girl with autism has improved significantly after a very simple stem cell treatment and therapy in Germany, Cologne, in January 2009.

Process of Stem Cell Research and Therapy for Autism as written by Judy DiCorcia:

The center used her own stem cells drawn from her hip bone marrow, centrifuged the next day, and then reinserted via lumbar puncture the following day (2.95 million cells). Both procedures were quick and not invasive at all.

Improvements in Lauren After Stem Cell Treatment- as written by Judy:

In the past 6 weeks we have seen significant improvements in our daughter’s behaviors, focus, hyperactivity, and insomnia. I would rate a general improvement of about 40% - this is HUGE for a family living with autism. Our daughter started sleeping through the night for the first time (yes, she is 10 and got up every night) since stem cells. Lauren is happier just in her own skin - so much less frustrated and just generally happier. She is getting through her one-on-one therapy more quickly, better focused, and more compliant.

It is reported that after almost six months the child is still doing well, her situation is quite stable with her all positive effects.
Source: and Repairs Stem Cells