Stem cells are a newer treatment, and because
of this, are not yet approved for treatments.
Some stem cell treatments are in clinical
trials, and will be available for use as a
treatment in the future (between 10 - 20 years).
Currently the closest treatment is for macular
degeneration - a visual disease. When we look at
the brain, each small section plays a huge part
in human life. A frontal temporal disorder deals
with a very important area of the brain (that
deals with emotions, and how we make decisions),
then it may be hard to treat this area. This is
because each individual is different. Is it
possible in the future? I'd say it's possible;
however, I would also say that it will take 20+
years for this to become a treatment due to the
political controversy around stem cells, and
money for this type of research.