Multiple sclerosis experts are welcoming a groundbreaking treatment that shows promise for some people with the disease. It uses harvested stem cells to reset patients' immune systems and reverse some of the symptoms of Multiple sclerosis. An update on the treatment, developed was recently featured. The treatment is called an autologous hematopoietic stem cell transplant sometimes also shortened to hematopoietic stem cell transplant. But Multiple sclerosis charities say stem cell therapy isn't right for all people with the condition. Faulty immune system is then destroyed using chemotherapy. The thawed-out stem cells are re-infused into your blood to reboot immune system. The new treatment is showing some remarkable results in the small number of patients we have treated so far.