My uncle's daughter had Japanese Encephalitis 12 years ago when she was 8 years old. Her brain cells were damaged and consequently she is paralyzed since then. She can not talk and her limbs are also paralyzed. She understands everything very well and somehow responds to our questions. Her memory, sight and hearing are ok. If you want to know more detail, please let me have your questions.
Please let me know if any of the procedures could be helpful in the described case of her daughter? Is there any stem cell therapy that could be helpful in such cases?
Please guide me who can be helpful for her and whom should we contact in this respect.
I will be extremely grateful to you for your kind assistance.
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