I've read books, watched a lot of news and science programms about stem cell treatment. I'm not convinvinced that injecting stem cells into anybodys blood stream is the way to go. So I wouldn't pay top dollar for it. I feel that stem cell treatment if tried, (I stress tried as despite some successes there's a long way to go) ought to be targeted on to the site of which body part you want it to act, and for it to be part of a double blind trial. So for MND our faulty body part is our brains since it's here that the motor neurons are created and in laymans terms set off chain reactions. How many of us would have the courage to have stem cells introduced to the base of our brain? The danger of unintended consequences is I think huge and way beyond my current knowledge. We need gene therapy experts and brain surgeons on the case.