Scleroderma is a group of rare diseases that involve the tightening and hardening of your skin and connective tissues.
Scleroderma can also affect your blood vessels, your digestive tract, and your internal organs.
According to the Mayo Clinic, scleroderma affects more women than men and occurs between the ages of 30 and 50.
Unfortunately, there isn't a cure for scleroderma, but there are several treatments you can implement to help ease symptoms.
Recently, a stem cell mobilizing treatment is showing impressive results and improvements in scleroderma patients.
How does the stem cell mobilizing treatment work?
Listen in as Dr. Mike discusses scleroderma and the new treatment option that is giving many patients new hope.