Neurodegenerative Diseases: Current Research

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Revolutionary Approaches to Managing Neuropathies: A Review of Innovative Therapies

Amal I. Hassan

Department of Radioisotopes, Nuclear Research Centre, Egyptian Atomic Energy Authority, Egypt


Neuropathies are a group of disorders that affect the peripheral nervous system and can result in a range of
symptoms such as pain, weakness, and numbness. While current treatments for neuropathies include medications,
physical therapy, and surgical intervention, there is growing interest in innovative therapies that could provide better
outcomes for patients. This review article provides an overview of some of the most promising innovative therapies
for neuropathies, including stem cell therapy, gene therapy, neurostimulation, and immunotherapy. While some of these
therapies are still in the experimental stage, several clinical trials have shown promising results. Further research is
needed to establish the safety and efficacy of these therapies, but their potential benefits could provide hope for patients
with neuropathies who have not responded well to current treatments.

Neuropathies, conventional therapies, innovative therapies, regenerative medicine, research and development, safety and efficacy
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