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Doctors, medics, and the whole medical fraternity exist to help people afflicted with ailments to overcome them either through curing or effective management. However, some diseases are a hard nut to crack. Their treatment is quite tricky, and they often lead to the deaths of patients. As a result, they have prompted the increased attention on medical research and studies to help understand these diseases that will assist in the formulation of better treatments and therapies. Dr. Shiva Gopal Vasishta is a specialist in neurology and prides in serving his patients diligently for better health.
New research studies have been conducted and results produced on NIH. Over the years, multiple sclerosis has been a menace in the medical world with its permanent treatment cruising on the rocks. However, the study revealed that it was possible to treat the condition by the use of stem-cell transplants. The recently discovered treatments, high-dose immunosuppressive therapy and autologous hematopoietic cell transplant (HDIT/HCT), are long-term, and their results have proven tremendous.
The HDIT/HCT treatment is a step away from being pronounced the key to multiple sclerosis. Compared to the other drug treatment options like the MS drugs, this new treatment is by far more efficient. The medical study involved 24 subjects who were not responding well to other multiple sclerosis therapies. Over 70 percent of the subjects pulled through the treatment trial with no side effects five years down the line making the treatment the best option to this point.
Dr. Shiva Gopal Vasishta is a certified neurologist in New Jersey. He graduated from the Government Medical College. His work experience is remarkable since he has over 40 years in the field, and this makes him an excellent medical practitioner. He attended a residency at Boston City Hospital. More so, he is a specialist in psychiatry, multiple sclerosis, and neurological disorders. Presently, Dr. Shiva Gopal Vasishta also practices with Kennedy Health System Cherry Hill Campus as one of the few reputable certified neurologists. Moreover, he is a fluent speaker of English and Spanish making it easier for him to communicate with his patients. He is a medical practitioner with a difference.