The use of umbilical cord blood cells for treating autism, stroke, cerebral paralysis, and any of the mind-related. And most of the patients who are researching for curing this disorder. Actually, there are some countries that don’t approved the stem cell therapies for treating autism. Some of them are not supported by sound scientific evidence and the most importantly that the patients must be considered to encourage and review this kind of therapy before making decisions about their treatment plan.

Currently, this field is not ready

to use the stem cells for transplanting into patients with autism. One of the scientists are investigating on how immune system and the inflammation both involved in the development of autism spectrum disorder and could play a bigger role.

There’s a critical requirement

for learning in autism, but implanting stem cells to brain and the pathogenesis remains unknown. It is very doubtful that stem cells used to proposed therapy and can cure autism.