Multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune disease of the central nervous system. It is a result of damage to the myelin and other cells in the nervous system. This causes problems with nerve signaling to the brain and the body. Stem cells are immature cells that have the potential to self-generate themselves into many different cell types in the body. Stem cells therapy is an opportunity to alleviate the symptoms of multiple sclerosis by using the stem cells to repair and replace the damaged nerve cells. The treatment starts by first collecting the stem cells, there are two different ways in which this can be done. Autologus therapy is when the stem cells come from the patient themselves. This involves collecting stem cells from the patients’ bone marrow. Another approach is to use fetal stem cells, this is called allogenic therapy. The stem cells are then implanted back into the patients spinal fluid by a lumber puncture or intravenously.