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That’s why we’re overjoyed when we see the remarkable progress our patients make during their time with us. Listen to their stories here.

Stem cell therapy as an alternative to a liver transplant

Has a doctor ever told you or a loved one that a transplant is the only way to treat your liver cirrhosis? This is tough news for anyone, but especially dour for anyone who’s too old, too sick, or too far down the waiting list for a transplant. Thankfully, there is another option. One of [...]

Medical Tourism Makes Stem Cell Treatment Available for SCI Sufferers

Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) affects the lives of millions all over the world. Whether it’s the result of an accident or an illness, the symptoms of a Spinal Cord Injury can be dispiriting, demoralizing, and sometimes deadly. This goes for both the patient as well as his or her loved ones. We should say that [...]

Stem cells can heal the symptoms of traumatic brain injuries

The term traumatic brain injury (TBI) covers a wide range of issues, from skull fractures to brain infections. Any injury that results in a reduction in brain function falls into the TBI category. And because the human brain is fragile and not fully understood, research into new treatments for TBIs has been somewhat ineffectual. Until [...]

Stem cell treatments for Cerebral Palsy by Verita Neuro

Every parent of a child afflicted with cerebral palsy (CP) experiences both joy and pain when experimenting with new treatments. Three-year-old Emilio Jacobo and his family were fortunate enough to feel a good amount of joy from treatments in their home country of Mexico, but that didn’t stop them from flying to Thailand for stem [...]

Muscular Dystrophy Treated With Stem Cells in Top Asian Clinics

We all take things for granted. Being able to easily walk around, comfortably play sports with our children, and enjoy the outdoors are things we don’t often think about. However, for patients diagnosed with Muscular Dystrophy, these are all luxuries. Muscular Dystrophy is a blanket term for a variety of neuro-muscular and intrinsic muscle conditions [...]

Cerebral Palsy, Lais, 28, Brazil

Lais and her family take on Cerebral Palsy with Stem Cell Treatment at Verita Neuro.

Ataxia Awareness Day 2018

Ataxia Awareness Day 2018 celebrated every year on September 25 to helps raise awareness of this incurable disease.

ALS Patient Retrieves the Ability to Speak

Jacob Glasow, 36, was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. He underwent Lumbar Puncture Stem Cell Infusion this August.

Amniotic Fluid Stem Cells for Treatment of Congenital Birth Defects

Congenital birth defects may be treated by using amniotic fluid, the protective liquid surrounding an unborn baby often discarded as waste during caesarean deliveries.

ALS, Mohammad, 63, USA

Mohammad, a 63-year-old ALS patient from America, underwent Regenerative Treatment and saw several improvements.

Research Finds Pluripotent Stem Cells Can Treat Parkinson’s Disease

Researchers in Japan have uncovered a new stem cell treatment for parkinson’s disease which uses neurological material taken from induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cell.

Spinal Cord Injury, Ephram, 25, New Zealand

Ephram Gudgeon, a T12 Spinal Cord Injury patient from New Zealand, underwent LamiSpine Treatment following a recommendation from a friend and saw significant improvements.

Traumatic Brain Injury, Mandeep, 38, Canada

Mandeep Kooner, suffering from a Traumatic Brain Injury, decided to undergo Regenerative Treatment, a decision he is extremely happy about as he saw significant improvements.

New Stem Cell Treatment Labeled as Miraculous for Multiple Sclerosis Patients

Patients with Multiple Sclerosis can walk, run, and dance again with a new stem cell treatment that allows the immune system to be rebooted.

Multiple Sclerosis, Endre, 49, Hungary

Endre Mathe underwent Regenerative Treatment to treat Multiple Sclerosis and made improvements.

UC San Diego Suggests Stem Cells Repair Spinal Cord Injuries

University of California San Diego reports promising stem cells-based therapy trial on Spinal Cord Injuries.

Spinal Muscular Atrophy, Le Vuong, 28, Vietnam

Le Vuong Quoc Thang suffers from Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA). His condition improved after Regenerative Treatment paired with Physiotherapy.

Studying Mesenchymal Stem Cells to Produce Effective Stem Cell Therapy

MSCs are discovered to have the ability to protect, restore, or repair tissues in the body, becoming an important part of Regenerative Medicine.

ALS, Josiane, 38, Brazil

Josiane, 38 from Brazil was diagnosed with ALS. She tried to learn as much as she could about the disease and potential treatment options.

Stem Cell Therapy Safe for Stroke Patients

Stem Cell Therapy enhances physical recovery, reducing destructive inflammation as well as the risk for serious infections.

The Potential of Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative Medicine needs to develop itself into mainstream medicine through better science and regulation

Breakthrough Stem Cell Treatment For Patients With MS

Doctors found a major breakthrough in Stem Cell treatment for Multiple Sclerosis (MS). The treatment gives hope to patients who are affected by MS.

FDA Expedites Stem Cell Therapy Regulations

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) planned to speed up the process to regulate Stem Cell Therapy so that it would be both safe and effective for patients.

FDA Allows Mass Production of Stem Cells For Clinical Trials

Regenerative Medicine witnessed a giant leap towards the future when the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has finally granted the permission for the production of automated stem cells in large quantities.

Interneurons Special Type of Cell for Stem Cell Treatment

UCLA researchers found stem cell can mature into sensory interneurons, which can help in the recovery of spine damages.

Ataxia, Nannapas, 43, Thailand

Nannapas from Thailand undergoes Stem Cell Treatment for Ataxia and would like to recommend it to everyone with similar conditions.

Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Awareness Month

Motor Neurone Disease Awareness Month, which takes place in June of every year, aims to raise awareness of Motor Neurone Disease.

Spinal Cord Injury, Tudor, 26, Romania

Tudor from Romania undergoes the LamiSpine Surgery for his T12 Spinal Cord Injury.

Hydrocephalus, Alvaro, 2, Mexico

Hydrocephalus patient little Alvaro undergoes Stem Cell Treatment and sees improvements, giving hope to the parents for a brighter future.

Spinal Cord Injury, Luis, 30, Mexico

Luis from Mexico undergoes the LamiSpine Surgery to treat his C4 Spinal Cord Injury and experiences great improvements.

Louise Willet Regains her Life After Stem Cell Treatment

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a long lasting disease that affects the brain, spinal cord, and the optic nerves in the eyes. It happens when the immune system attacks a fatty material called myelin which wraps around the nerve fibers in order to protect them. Without this outer shell, the nerves become damaged. Symptoms of Multiple [...]

Ataxia, Henrique, 47, Canada

47-year-old Ataxia patient from Canada, Henrique underwent Stem Cell Treatment and has experienced improvements eversince.

KJ’s Stem Cell Treatment Experience in Thailand

KJ Walker is a recovering American paraplegic from Chicago, Illinois. Aside from her established routine of working towards recovery, KJ is very vocal in supporting others who are also fighting disability. She hosts a Youtube show called ‘Fight disability with KJ Walker’ While already undergoing regular Physical Therapy sessions, KJ sought new ways to push [...]

World Multiple Sclerosis Day

On 30th May 2018, the World Multiple Sclerosis Day is set to bring together the international Multiple Sclerosis community together to campaign for greater public awareness on the condition as well as to support individuals and families who are affected by the disease. Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a condition that affects the brain, optic nerves, [...]

ALS, Michael, 46, USA

Michael Romero returns to Bangkok for a second round of Stem Cell Treatment for his ALS.

How to Choose a Stem Cell Treatment Provider

A growing body of evidence supports the benefits provided by Stem Cell Therapy for patients with Spinal Cord Injury. Because of its potential, there are now a large number of facilities all over the world that provide this treatment. There are several countries that are known to be home to such Regenerative Treatments. Providers of [...]

Spinal Cord Injury, Jesse, 20, New Zealand

Jesse Apiti makes progress towards recovery from paraplegia with the LamiSpine Surgery.

Cerebral Palsy, Kuba, 8, Poland

Kuba, a young Cerebral Palsy patient from Poland, traveled with his family to Bangkok to undergo Stem Cell Treatment.

Spinal Cord Injury, Kelly, 44, USA

Kelly, a 44-year-old American Spinal Cord Injury Patient undergoes LamiSpine and shares her positive experience and confidence for recovery.

ALS, Donna, 48, USA

Donna Wood, a 48-year-old patient from the US, received Stem Cell Treatment and continues to see improvements.

National ASD Diagnostic Criteria to Improve Accuracy of Autism Diagnosis for Women

A group of experts from Australia developed the National Autism Diagnosis Guidelines recently. Shortly after, it was released for consultation. These guidelines for Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD) are expected to greatly benefit young patients, especially girls who have conditions that fall within the spectrum. The draft ASD diagnostic criteria were developed in cooperation with the […]

Stem Cell Therapy To Treat Cerebral Palsy And Brain Injury

Motor function in individuals with Cerebral Palsy can be improved through stem cells derived from umbilical cord blood. According to a study published by Duke University Medical Center,  infusions using individual’s own umbilical cord blood helped their children with spastic Cerebral Palsy gain improvements in their brain connectivity and motor function. What is Cerebral Palsy? […]

Stem Cell Treatment Restores Movements for Spinal Cord Injury Patients

A new Cell Therapy has helped in the recovery of two-thirds of the subjects from Spinal Cord Injury paralysis. The trial showed that the subjects recovered significantly on at least one side from paralysis with 67 percent of recovery rate, which is more than double the rates of recovery observed in both matched historical controls […]

How Water Volume Affects Stem Cells

At present, Stem Cell Treatment and Therapy has evolved speedily, taking a leap over traditional medical care systems. Hospitals and clinics now are well equipped with Stem Cell Treatment options and expertise. This type of treatment is becoming prevalent as it can treat chronic diseases without the need for invasive organ transplants or surgeries at […]

Spinal Cord Injury, Janaina, 28, Brazil

Janaina Hudema, a 28-year-old patient from Brazil, received Stem Cell Treatment for her Spinal Cord Injury. To her, discovering this treatment has given her hope again. She did not expect herself to be able to get through this condition, but now after the treatment she’s recovering.

Extraction of Stem Cells from Tooth Root Pulp

Stem Cell Therapy is a medical therapy that utilises Stem Cells to treat or prevent chronic diseases and conditions. Healthy Stem Cells are usually extracted from the bone marrow or adipose tissue. They are cultivated to form a new tissue and then injected into any body part to improve biological functioning of the degenerated cells. […]

Providing Access to Stem Cell Treatment for Treating Chronic Conditions

In recent years, Stem Cell Treatment has grown drastically, taking a leap over traditional medical care systems. This growth calls for an increasing number of industries and agencies equipped with Stem Cell Treatment expertise. This type of treatment is becoming prevalent because it can treat chronic diseases without the need for invasive organ transplants or […]

Cerebral Palsy, Emilio, 3, Mexico

Emilio, a 3-year-old Cerebral Palsy patient from Mexico came back for his third treatment with Verita Neuro after experiencing great improvements from his previous treatments.

Spinal Cord Injury, Ben, 30, Australia

In his interview, Ben shares the overall positive experience he had during his stay in Bangkok for his Spinal Cord Injury treatment. He also acknowledges the importance of Physiotherapy as it played a big role with his improvements.

Cancer Patient’s Impressive Testimonial About Occupational Therapy

In 2013, a 51-year-old Paul was diagnosed with Plasma Cell Leukemia. He started visiting various hospitals, hoping to receive adequate treatments that would help with his condition. His recent admission at St George’s University Hospital has given him a different point of view on his situation.  Before receiving Occupational Therapy at St George’s Gordon Smith […]

Full Recovery From Stroke May Be Made Possible By Stem Cells

According to statistics provided by the World Health Organisation, every year, 15 million people experience a Stroke. From this figure, roughly ⅓  are expected to die from the condition, while another ⅓ are permanently disabled due to damage caused by the disease. Within minutes, a Stroke can cause massive damage to millions of neurons in […]

MRI Can Now Quantify Cholesterol Levels and Predict Stroke Risk

Stroke is an attack in the brain occurring when blood supply to the brain stops due to blockage in the carotid artery, a major artery that supplies oxygen from the heart to the brain. When the supply of oxygen and glucose is cut off or limited, one experiences stroke and should be hospitalised immediately. There […]

Multiple Sclerosis Prediction Possible from Blood Examination

Multiple Sclerosis can be defined as an enduring disease which affects the brain, spinal cord and the optic nerves. It is a continuous, immune-mediated disorder which means that the system supposed to keep our body healthy wrongfully attacks parts of our body that are vital in our daily activities. The effects of this disease differ […]

Scientists Discover New Pathology Behind Lou Gehrig’s Disease

A group of researchers led by J. Paul Taylor, M.D., Ph.D. at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital have discovered fundamental pathology behind ALS popularly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. They have identified biological process that kills neurons in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and in frontotemporal dementia (FTD), a related genetic disorder. The findings of the […]

Scientists Move Closer to Treating Diabetes Through Stem Cell Implant

According to estimates from the World Health Organisation (WHO), more than 422 million people worldwide are living with diabetes. Diabetes is a condition which can exist in two forms. In the first form also known as Type 1 diabetes (T1D), the immune system of the body attacks the cells in the pancreas preventing it from […]

ALS, Kevin, 33, USA

After first-handedly enjoying a smooth stay with Unique Access and witnessing all of the improvements for his condition, Kevin wanted to share some advice with anyone who is considering Regenerative Treatment.

Stem Cells offer a potential cure for COPD and Emphysema

Stem Cell Therapy is a relatively young field of study. Until today there is some debate on how it functions and just how effective it is. Severe respiratory ailments such as Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), Pulmonary Fibrosis (PF), and Emphysema are diseases that are difficult to treat with conventional medicine. At present, treatments for […]

Stroke Patient Recovers Completely Despite Doctors’ Prognosis

No one wants to hear that they aren’t going to recover from a grave illness. This was exactly what Rita Guthrie, a former laboratory chemist from Essex had to go through. Rita was given a mere 30% chance of survival after experiencing a Stroke in 2008. Rita could not walk, her behaviour slowly became erratic, […]

Stem Cell Awareness Day 2017

Wednesday October 11th is Stem Cell Awareness Day 2017. A stem cell is a cell that either self-renews itself through asymmetric cell division or differentiates itself through asymmetric cell division to form a specialised cell unit. The symmetric cell division process makes the cell have the power to divide and produce an identical copy of […]

World Cerebral Palsy Day 2017

World Cerebral Palsy Day is recognised on the 6th of October and is a day dedicated to increasing awareness about Cerebral Palsy and people around the world who are affected by the condition. Cerebral Palsy (CP) starts at an early age and is a lifelong condition with no current cure. It affects mobility and can […]

Traumatic Brain Injury and Stem Cell Therapy

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a type of injury resulting from external jerk or shock to the head caused by incidents such as road/sports accidents, acute falls and bullet or skull penetration, which cause the brain to dysfunction and results in damage to brain tissue. The range of severity of the injury defines the speed […]

Autologous vs Allogeneic Stem Cell Therapy for Multiple Sclerosis

Treating chronic diseases using Stem Cells Therapy is considered as one of the most effective forms of treatment and is now globally practiced. Stem Cells are defined by their purpose and extraction mechanism but they remain their original trait of regenerating and regrowing into new tissues or correcting defective ones. This type of therapy reduces […]

Liver Awareness Month 2017

Liver Awareness Month is a month dedicated to reiterating the importance of the liver in human beings. The public is made known on various things about the Liver. These concerns include: the role of liver, complications concerning the liver or any recent discoveries concerning the liver. In the United States of America, the month of […]

International Ataxia Awareness Day 2017

Ataxia is a rare neurological condition that affects the body balance, coordination, speech and more.  It is a condition where muscle control and coordination is disrupted for voluntary movements like walking, picking objects, swallowing etc. It occurs when parts of the nervous system that coordinate movement, such as the cerebellum, become dysfunctional – affecting any […]

Bulbar Palsy, Kayleen, 51, Australia

Ten days into her personalised Treatment protocol, Kayleen had set out on a good start as she had managed to gain some improvements with her speech. Her husband mentioned that Kayleen is able to say a sentence after not having spoken at all in six months prior to the Treatment.

World Duchenne Awareness Day 2017

September 7 will see the world pause to acknowledge everyone involved in the battle against a rare but deadly genetic neuromuscular disease known as Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. World Duchenne Awareness Day (first marked on 7th September 2014) seeks to focus attention on this disease, which targets mostly boys, and whose cure is yet to be found. […]

ALS, Panagiotis, 63, Greece

Within his first 12 days of his Stem Cell treatment for ALS, Panagiotis began showing signs of progress. He showed an improved ability to speak and swallow. He was also noticeably stronger than when he first arrived for his treatment.

Using Stem Cells to Fight Arthritis and Other Chronic Diseases

A group of researchers headed by Farshid Guilak at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, rewired stem cells to fight inflammation caused by arthritis and other chronic conditions. Such stem cells also known as SMART cells (Stem cells Modified for Autonomous Regenerative Therapy) help in replacing arthritic cartilage and in protecting joints and […]

Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Week, Australia – 2017

Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Week (Australia) is usually held in September by national bodies aimed at creating awareness and inclusivity for all people. In 2017, the campaign will be held between 4th and 10th of September. The Australian Spinal Injury Alliance is mandated with the responsibility of creating awareness about Spinal Cord Injury during that […]

Help Nicole Fundraise for Her Much-needed Stem Cell Treatment

Nicole O’Brien was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy at the age of one – a condition which she has now lived with for as long as 56 years. The disease, caused by a brain injury or an abnormal development of the brain before, during, or after childbirth, has forced her to become dependent on other people […]

Slowing the Ageing Process Could be Possible with Stem Cell Brain Implants

Scientists have long been pursuing methods to slow down the ageing process and allow for an extension of life. The recent research conducted at a prestigious University in the USA determined that the brain majorly affects how quickly we age. The study conducted by Dongsheng Cai and his team at the Albert Einstein University in […]

World Muscular Dystrophy Awareness Month 2017

The term Muscular Dystrophy groups together many genetic conditions which lead to the progressive weakness and gradual weakening of skeletal muscle. Muscular Dystrophy (MD) is one of those rare diseases whose origins can be attributed squarely to heredity. The progressive nature of this disease means that it gets worse with time. World Muscular Dystrophy Awareness […]

Motor Neuron Disease, Sebastian, 63, Australia

Sebastian, from Australia, was diagnosed with Motor Neuron Disease. He chose to receive Stem Cell Treatment with Verita Neuro in Bangkok and is absolutely happy with his choice.

Cystic Fibrosis Treatment Made Possible with Stem Cells

Cystic fibrosis (CF) is a genetic disorder that affects the lungs and also other organs like the pancreas, liver, kidneys, and intestine. CF is caused by a mutation in the gene Cystic Fibrosis Transmembrane Conductance Regulator (CFTR). This gene controls the movement of water and salt in and out of your body’s cells. A sudden […]

Australian Ataxia Patient Seeks Stem Cell Treatment In Bangkok

Pamela, 67, was diagnosed with Ataxia when in Australia, where she and her husband both come from. They came to us in the search of a treatment that would improve the harsh conditions to which she is subjected, due to the symptoms of her illness. After discussing with a close friend who had received other […]

New Study in Singapore to Test Stem Cells for Liver Disease Treatment

In Singapore, using Stem Cell treatment in a clinical trial will be tested in order to cure Liver Cirrhosis also known as hardening of the liver, which costs S$2.6 million and includes 46 patients. The study, which ran for 4 years, was recently launched and started in the midst of an increasing list in the […]

Research Highlights Connection Between Lifestyle Choices and Risk of Dementia

Today, there is an estimated 47 million people who are afflicted with Dementia. This number is expected to grow tremendously in the coming years with scientists projecting that by 2050 there will be 131 million people who suffer from the condition. Due to the serious nature of the sickness, as well as the expected increase […]

Ice Bucket Challenge has Created an Avenue for New ALS treatments

In 2014, the Ice Bucket Challenge, an awareness and fundraising campaign for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) achieved a massive global following. It was started by Pete Frates a patient diagnosed with the condition who, along with his friends started the challenge. It gained significant coverage on traditional media and was all over the internet. Big-name […]

Stem Cells Offer a Potential Cure For Type 1 Diabetes

Type 1 Diabetes is a serious condition wherein the pancreas is unable to produce a sufficient amount of a peptide hormone known as Insulin which is responsible for the proper processing of glucose. Formerly known as Juvenile Diabetes, the disease is often diagnosed in younger ages with it being detected normally within childhood to adolescence. […]

Oxygen Therapy Reverses Brain Damage in Two-year-old Child

In February 2016, a two-year-old girl by the name of Eden Carlson made her way past her family’s baby gate and into the family’s swimming pool. Fifteen minutes passed before she was found in the cold 5℃ water. When found, she was immediately resuscitated and rushed to a nearby hospital. After a month of treatment […]

ALS, Marina, 56, USA

Marina, 56, from USA was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). Although she initially booked for treatments at a clinic in Germany, Marina changed her mind at the last minute as she found Global Stem Cells Channel on Youtube.

Spinal Muscular Atrophy, Daria, 4, Romania

Daria is a 4-year-old girl from Romania who was diagnosed with Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA). Daria’s parents brought her to Bangkok for the Stem Cell Treatment to help with her condition.

Stem Cells are the Future of Medicine

Many times, milestones of human achievements occur when it is least expected. In medical research, for instance, while the presumption of a medical breakthrough and the discovery of new medicines being lab-manufactured is undeniable, little did people know that the future of medicine was tapped right from our own bodies. Stem Cells are drawing attention […]

Cerebral Palsy treated with Physiotherapy and Stem Cell Treatment

At four months of age, Charlotte Hendricks from Grand Rapids, Michigan, was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy. Her parents were worried that she would neither be able to move nor walk properly. Charlotte had difficulty in sitting up on her own and was fearful of most types of movement. In order to address her condition, she […]

Devic’s Disease, Mindi, 48, USA

Mindi, a 48 year-old American, suffered from Devic’s Disease and had been searching in vain for potential medical treatments. Here, Mindi and her husband share the story of her Stem Cell Treatment and the impressive improvements.

Stem Cell Transplantation for Spinal Cord Injuries

In terms of scientific advances, the discovery and use of Stem Cells to treat disease and injury, rank as critical milestones in the field of Medicine. If any single medical advancement can be said to be revolutionary then it is Regenerative Medicine and the use of Stem Cells. Stem Cells in their most basic form […]

Stem Cell Therapy Subdues Autism

Autism is a neurobehavioral disorder that impairs and generally slows down language and communication skills. This greatly affects the social interaction skills on the part of the autistic person. Autism is characterised by rigid repetitive movements. Past Attitudes Towards Autism In the early days, before doctors fully understood the condition, children with Autism were routinely […]

Stem Cells Give Hope to Arthritis Patients

The most common characteristics of Arthritis are joint pain and inflammation. According to the Arthritis Foundation, there are more than 100 types of the disease and related conditions. Although most commonly associated with the elderly, Arthritis affects people of all ages and races and is prevalent in both men and women. Age is however a […]

Ataxia, Juan, 46, Spain

Following this comprehensive treatment package, Juan saw several significant improvements. He had more controlled balance, less fatigue and was able to walk faster than before he began his treatment.

Motor Neurons: How They Are Made and Why They Are Important

Motor neurons are responsible for transmitting signals from the spinal cord to muscles, enabling muscle contraction.  The major principle of the motor system is that motor control requires sensory input to accurately execute movement. Necessary components of proper motor control are determined by adaptability, compensation for the physical characteristics of the body and muscles, coordination […]

Stem Cells for Stroke Patients

Scientific studies have shown that people disabled by a Stroke exhibited substantial recovery long after the occurrence when modified adult stem cells were injected into their brains. Injecting modified and adult stem cells directly into the brains of chronic Stroke patients has proven to be not only safe but effective in restoring motor function. The […]

Stem Cell Therapy Study for Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral Palsy (CP) is a non-progressive condition that is characterised by functional motor disability associated with different degrees of cognitive abnormalities. It is usually as a result of metabolic, genetic, infectious or traumatic causes to name but a few. As it is, there are no treatments that can cure or alleviate symptoms of CP and […]

Multiple Sclerosis, Chris, 72, New Zealand

Chris finds the answers he needs when he travels to Bangkok from New Zealand for Stem Cell Treatment after doing research online and watching other patient testimonials.

Could Stem Cells Offer a Cure for Multiple Sclerosis?

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disease. Autoimmune diseases (which number more than 80) occur when the body’s own immune system wrongly identifies healthy cells as foreign and ends up attacking them. MS specifically targets cells in the brain and spinal cord for attack. Multiple Sclerosis comes with a host of debilitating symptoms. These may […]

ALS Responds to Stem Cell Therapy

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) is a progressive neurodegenerative disease affecting nerve cells in the brain and in the spinal cord. As the disease progresses voluntary muscle action is severely compromised and the disease may cause total paralysis in its late stages. Some genetic mutations can lead to inherited ALS, while patients with the non-inherited form […]

ALS, Connie, 64, USA

Connie was diagnosed with ALS while in the United States. She tried finding a treatment that would suit her most, but the search proved futile. After looking at a few options online, she decided that Verita Neuro’s Stem Cell Treatment protocol in Bangkok was very comprehensive and was exactly what she was looking for.

Treating Dementia with Stem Cell Therapy

Dementia is caused through a disruption of mental processes which may be caused by brain disease or injury. It is characterised by a decline in mental ability and, as it advances, is severe enough to interfere with daily life. Impaired reasoning, personality changes and memory disorders (including memory loss) are common features of the condition. […]

Cerebral Palsy, Emilio, 2, Mexico

When Emilio was 1 year old, he was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy. While still in Mexico, his parents decided to do research on the internet for  treatment options available to him. This is when they discovered Stem Cell Treatment and decided to bring Emilio to Bangkok for the treatment. Now, Emilio is back to Bangkok for his second round of the same treatment.

ALS, Aurelio, 59, Brazil

Aurelio was diagnosed with ALS while in Brazil. After travelling to Bangkok to receive Stem Cell Treatment, he has now decided to share his story with other patients and their families who may be considering a similar course of treatment.

Mr. Connolly Has ALS

One person has given hope to millions by being an example on how to handle ALS, or indeed any other disease, and the various serious setbacks that life may occasionally confront us with.  Mr. Gene Connolly was principal of Concord High School for 14 years. An energetic man, Mr. Connolly connected with the 1600 Concord […]

Stem Cells May Soon Bring an End to Blood Donation

English physician William Harvey is credited with having been the first doctor to discover the circulation of blood in 1628. The first successful blood transfusion was performed by another physician – Richard Lower – in 1665 when he managed to keep dogs alive by transfusion of blood from other dogs. The first successful transfusion of […]

Function Restored to Friedreich’s Ataxia Cells by Stem Cell-secreted Molecules

Friedreich’s Ataxia is an inherited recessive disorder that manifests due to damage of the nervous system. The illness is a result of inadequate frataxin protein that is important for protecting and maintaining the neurons. The deficiency of this proteins presents with a dysfunction of the mitochondria. The initial symptoms of the disease presents as inability […]

Cerebral Palsy, Sandy, 9, Brazil

Thanks to the Stem Cell Treatment she received, Sandy is now more vibrant and tries to talk more too. She’s also able to hold her head up longer and has more appetite.

The Unstoppable March Of Stem Cell Innovation

New advances in Science are sometimes met with vigorous resistance from people who misinterpret the intentions of the scientists and researchers or who object out of religious scruples. Life-saving surgery, for example, would be non-existent today had the medical profession caved in and listened to the barrage of criticism directed at doctors who performed operations […]

ALS Awareness Month 2017 in Canada

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) is a neurodegenerative disease that results from the death of neurons or nerve cells that control your muscles. These nerve cells are located in the brain and in the spinal cord. It is a disease that has no cure and the treatments available so far are geared towards managing its symptoms. […]

Harvard Research Suggests ALS and SMA Could be Treated with a Common Drug

Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) is a neurodegenerative disease targeting motor neurons. It normally occurs in the spinal cord. Nerve cells send messages from the brain to the muscles and vice versa. They are primarily responsible for bodily movements such as walking, swallowing, and breathing. Severe strains of SMA cause paralysis and eventually death for the […]

Stem Cell Research: Mice Cured of Parkinson’s

Parkinson’s disease is a progressive movement disorder, meaning that symptoms continue and worsen over time. The devastating effects of Parkinson’s disease are very well known. Parkinson’s causes the malfunction and death of vital nerve cells in the brain, called neurons and this primarily affects neurons in an area of the brain called the substantia nigra. These […]

California Spends Big on Stem Cells

Stem cells are today recognised for the vast potential they hold in curing diseases and healing injuries. With successes on various fronts, a great deal of research still needs to be undertaken to fully understand stem cells, which are, essentially, the building blocks of life. With their ability to multiply rapidly and to develop into […]

Cord Blood Stem Cells: Can They Boost An Ageing Brain?

Alzheimer’s is a type of irreversible, progressive brain disease that affects the memory and thinking abilities of a person. It has affected over 5 million people and the 6th leading cause of death in the United States according to the Alzheimer’s Association. This disease was first reported by Dr. Alois Alzheimer between 1901 and 1906. Alzheimer’s […]

ALS, Vicki, 55, USA

Vicki was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) whilst in the USA. After her niece sent her an article about Stem Cell Treatment for ALS, she became more aware of the potential of regenerative medicine and then discovered the Global Stem Cells website.

Transplantation of Mesenchymal Stem Cells In Patients With ALS

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) is a rare disease that mainly involve the nerve cells responsible for controlling the voluntary movement of muscles. ALS specifically attacks motorneurons in the brain stem, cortex and the spinal cord thereby causing effects such as muscle weakness, spasticity and paralysis. People affected by ALS experience difficulties in performing everyday functions […]

ALS, Kevin, 50, USA

Kevin, from the US, was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). ALS progresses quite fast, and this was something Kevin wanted to tackle head on. He and his wife then decided to keep an open mind and source out other treatment options that would be available to them.

Deep Brain Stimulation: The Amazing Parkinson’s Treatment That Works In Seconds

There is no known cure for Parkinson’s yet, but the symptoms can be managed using drugs and therapies such as Deep Brain Stimulation. Deep Brain Stimulation uses an implanted neuro-stimulator to send electrical signals to targeted areas of the brain. The signals block the abnormal nerve signals and reverse and stop the tremors caused. The […]

Stroke Awareness Month 2017

The brain can be starved of oxygen in one of two ways: the blockage of an artery or the bursting of a blood vessel. Either of these instances invariably causes a stroke. When an artery is blocked depriving the body of blood and nutrients one has what is known as an Ischematic Stroke which accounts […]

Autism, Poyraz, 8, Australia

The parents of Poyraz, who has Autism, were in search of a quality treatment option for their son. They travelled to Bangkok to begin a two-week-long Stem Cell treatment program which included Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy.

ALS Awareness Month (USA) 2017

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) (also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, and named after the celebrated baseball player) is a neurological disease that targets the nerve cells (or neurons) which are responsible for controlling voluntary muscles in the limbs and face, among other organs. It is a rapidly progressive disease and was first identified by the […]

Stroke, Nicola, 45, United Kingdom

When UK native Nicola and her husband decided that traditional therapy wasn’t doing enough to help her in her recovery from a stroke, they found us.

Ataxia, Roseanne, 44, Australia

Roseanne has been suffering from Ataxia for a long time; her daughter and husband were actively looking for a health centre to help improve her condition which was worsening. They finally found a solution when they discovered Global Stem Cells.

Scientists Engineer Stem Cells to Grow Into Any Cell Type

Researchers from Peking University in China together with scientists at the Salk Institute have found a way to generate both embryonic and extra-embryonic tissues. The two groups of scientists have collaborated and succeeded in using a chemical cocktail which enables cultured mouse and human stem cells to generate both these tissues. The implications of this […]

Neurotrophic Factors Combine to Tame ALS

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) has been a particularly troublesome disease to manage due to the failure of growth factors in clinics. ALS is a neurological disorder that affects nerve cells (or neurons) that are responsible for controlling voluntary muscle movement. Specific types of these motor neurons in the spinal cord rely in part for their […]

Taking on Multiple Sclerosis with Stem Cell Therapy

2.5 million people around the world today live with the incapacitating effects of Multiple Sclerosis (MS). However recent developments in Stem Cell Therapy may have the potential to alleviate the diverse debilitating symptoms associated with MS. Multiple Sclerosis is an autoimmune disease that afflicts the central nervous system inhibiting the proper functioning of nerve impulses […]

McIntyre Powder Linked to ALS in Miners

The extraction of minerals and metals from the bowels of the earth has long been an undertaking fraught with grave risks. In the early days of mining the most immediate and deadliest of risks was the very real threat of cave-ins. Miners buried alive is a heartbreakingly common theme among mining communities. From the coal […]

Stem Cell Clinical Trial For Spinal Injury Expands To Include More Participants

A stem cell clinical trial first launched in 2004 to evaluate the safety of Neural Stem Cell Transplantation in patients with chronic Spinal Cord Injuries (SCI) is about to be conducted by scientists, and the results of these tests could offer renewed hope among victims. These researchers are from three collaborating organisations, the UC San […]

Stem Cell Treatment Gives Hope to Family with Autistic Child

Gracie Gregory smiles beneath her brilliant blue eyes. She’s sitting on her mother’s lap, next to her older sister, Ryleigh. Just from looking at them, it is hard to tell that Gracie has Autism, having been diagnosed at only the age of two. Autism Explained Autism refers to a range of conditions characterized not by […]

Man Suffering from ALS Shows Great Improvement Following Stem Cell Treatment

ALS, otherwise known as Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, is a neurodegenerative disease that affects the nerve cells in that control voluntary muscle movement. It is categorised a motor neuron disease, in that, it progressively deteriorates and leads to the death of motor neurons. Currently, there is no known cure for ALS or treatment to reverse or […]

60 Year Old Male Becomes the First Person to Receive Donated and Reprogrammed Stem Cells

A 60 year old man has become the first man in the world to receive donated Induced Pluripotent Stem (iPS) Cells. The iPS Cell technology offers the same properties as Embryonic Stem Cells that allow them to be adaptable to the donor’s genetic makeup. However, Embryonic Stem Cells researchers are constantly facing ethical concerns from […]

Man Fighting ALS Offers Support to 49ers Legend

Former 49ers wide receiver legend Dwight Clark has announced via Twitter that he is suffering from ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. What is ALS? Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) causes motor neuron degeneration. As we know, nerve cells control voluntary muscle movement, and when this disease attacks, victims will gradually experience symptoms such as difficulty […]

Autism Awareness Month

Autism Awareness Month is observed in April and this year’s focus is to actively involve friends and partner organisations to help instill the values of acceptance and appreciation to everyone even remotely connected with the condition. What is Autism? Autism (or Autism Spectrum Disorder) is observable as a mental condition, present from early childhood, and […]

Occupational Therapy Month

Occupational Therapy refers to the rehabilitation process for people living with, or recuperating from illness. The intended long-term effect is to bring such people back into the performance of daily tasks needed for survival and to eventually establish some level of independence and, by extension, regain the feeling of self-worth and esteem. Occupational Therapy Month […]

Advancements in the Diagnosis of ALS

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease is a rare disease that causes motor-neuron degeneration. As we know, nerve cells control voluntary muscle movement, and when this disease attacks, victims will gradually experience symptoms such as difficulty in speech, swallowing, tripping and even breathing difficulties. These symptoms get worse and over time […]

Stem Cell Treatment For Stroke Proven To Be Safe

A Stroke occurs when the flow of oxygen-rich blood to a portion of the brain is blocked. Without oxygen, brain cells start to die after a few minutes. Sudden bleeding in the brain also can cause a Stroke if it damages brain cells. Stroke is a leading cause of long-term disability and the leading preventable cause of […]

Stem Cell Exosome Therapy: A New Possibility In Glaucoma Treatment

Glaucoma is an eye condition that causes damage to the eye’s optic nerve leading to poor vision. There is no definitive cure for Glaucoma and Glaucoma-related vision loss cannot be restored. However, early detection and treatment can delay progression of the disease and prevent complete loss of vision. Available treatment options include medication and surgery. […]

New Multiple Sclerosis Treatment Could Halt Onset Of Disease By Five Years

In a new development, a ground-breaking Multiple Sclerosis treatment could halt the onset of disease by 5 years. Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a disease that is the direct result of a malfunctioning nervous system and which attacks nerves in the brain and spinal cord. Certain medications have been beneficial in slowing down the progression of […]

Alzheimer’s Disease – Would You Be Able To Recognise It?

If someone you know had Alzheimer’s, would you be able to recognise it? Alzheimer’s is a type of Dementia that causes problems with memory, thinking and behaviour.  Symptoms usually develop slowly and get worse over time, becoming severe enough to interfere with everyday tasks. Alzheimer’s is the most common form of Dementia, a general term […]

Michael Romero’s Battle With ALS – An American Patient’s Narrative

In November of 2015, Michael Romero was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. He was given 2 years to live. Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) is a rare disease that mainly involves the nerve cells responsible for controlling voluntary muscle movement. Voluntary muscles produce movements like walking, breathing and talking. […]

Stem Cell Tests Alleviate Consequences of Spinal Cord Injury

The Spinal Cord is the link between the brain and the rest of the body, and body functions may affect day to day bodily functions. The main function of the spinal cord is to transmit neural signals between the brain and the body. Spinal Cord Injuries can be caused by accidents, trauma or disease. Spinal […]

Preventing Hearing Loss Through Nutrition

Alarmingly, nearly half of all baby boomers – people born at the end of world war 2, approximately between 1946 and 1964, today suffer from some degree of Hearing Loss. Loss of Hearing may be attributed to a mix of conductive and sensorineural Hearing Loss. Conductive and Sensorineural Hearing Loss Conductive Hearing Loss happens due […]

Early Approval for ALS Stem Cell Treatment Sought in Canada

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease is a rapidly progressive neurological disease that causes dysfunction of the nerves that control muscle movement. ALS is invariably fatal and the race to find a cure has been ongoing since the disease was first identified by French neurologist Jean-Martin Charcot in 1869. Stem Cell […]

Stem Cell Tourism: Providing Hope For Treatment Away From Home

The promise of treatment or cure of many chronic illnesses has led to thousands of patients worldwide travelling internationally to receive Stem Cell Treatment. This is what has come to be known as stem cell tourism. The medical facilities offer Stem Cell Treatment to treat conditions like Spinal Cord Injury, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s by introducing […]

The Cure For Hearing Loss An Earshot Away: New Stem Cell Study

Five percent of the world’s population suffers from hearing loss caused by overexposure to loud noises, infections, aging and genetic predispositions. Tragically, there is no known cure yet that fully restores lost hearing. Patients use hearing aids, cochlear implants and other hearing devices to manage their condition. What Causes Hearing Loss? Hearing loss is mainly […]

World Kidney Day 2017

In the intricate workings of the human body the kidney plays the deceptively simple but very crucial role of the ‘refinery’. The kidneys are located against the back muscles in the upper abdominal area and sit opposite each other on both sides of the body. Apart from filtering metabolic wastes from the body they also […]

BBC Journalist’s Stem Cell Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis has justifiably earned a bad reputation for ruining both budding and thriving careers through its sudden devastating appearance. Multiple Sclerosis is a chronic and progressive disease which involves damage to the sheaths of nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord. Symptoms may include numbness of one side of the body (at a […]

Changing Lives through Adult Stem Cell Therapy

Some years ago, changing lives through adult Stem Cell Therapy might have seemed a strange statement to make. Adult Stem Cell Therapy is one of the ‘newest’ branches of medicine and the last bastions of conventional medicine are slow to respond to the new research-backed medical advances that are happening every day. These advances apart […]

Stem Cells as Alternative To Surgery for Tinnitus Treatment

What is Tinnitus? Tinnitus is perceived noises or ringing of the ear that originates from the auditory cortex. Tinnitus is not a disease but a symptom associated with hearing loss. In many cases tinnitus causes a minor irritation. However, it can at times have adverse effect on the patient’s quality of life by causing severe […]

Major Positive Strides In Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative Medicine is the future of medicine. Numerous case studies have shown the great potential of this field of medicine; some in practice and others in various research stages. In Army hospitals, two of the most challenging conditions to treat are: severely burned skin and loss of limbs. The U.S Army scientists have successfully tried […]

Major Breakthrough In Stem Cell Treatment For Heart Failure

Scientists in Britain have discovered a Stem Cell Treatment for heart failure – which is the leading cause of death both in the UK and US. The treatment seeks to repair damaged heart tissue due to disease or heart attacks. Approved clinical trials for this treatment involves more than 100 patients in London hospitals. In […]

Promising Results From Toddler’s Stem Cell Treatment for Down Syndrome

What is Down Syndrome? Down Syndrome is a genetic disorder caused by the expression of a full or partial extra copy of chromosome 21. It typically causes delays in a child’s physical and mental development and is associated with a distinct facial appearance, intellectual disability and weak muscle tone. The disorder can be diagnosed prenatally […]

Brain Injury Awareness Month

Of all the injuries that a human being is likely to encounter brain injury is the most likely to be fatal or to lead to permanent injury. Brain Injury Awareness Month, marked in March, seeks to educate the public on the dangers of injuries to the brain, how to lower the likelihood of incurring the […]

Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month

March is Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month and is geared toward raising awareness of this debilitating disease. The month is also dedicated to celebrations of global solidarity in tackling Multiple Sclerosis and setting the agenda for the future. Activities lined up for Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month include the sharing of stories from those affected, (both directly […]

The Importance of Lumbar Puncture Stem Cell Injections

What is a Lumbar Puncture? A Lumbar Puncture (LP), also known as an intrathecal injection, is performed in the lower back (lumbar region), often to draw cerebrospinal fluid (the fluid that surrounds the brain and spinal cord) and sometimes to introduce anesthesia and medication into the fluid. Why are Lumbar Punctures Necessary? In regenerative medicine, […]

Stem Cell Treatment Could Be The Lifeline For Rare Blood Disorder

For the first time ever, researchers were able to isolate patients’ own cells to create cells to those in the bone marrow. They would then use the new cells to identify potential treatment for blood disorders. This study (and its findings) was conducted by researchers at Harvard Medical School and Boston Children’s Hospital and published […]

MS Treatment Research Combines Stem Cell and Immunosuppressive Therapies

High-Dose Immunosuppression and Autologous Transplantation for Multiple Sclerosis (HALT-MS) is a new clinical trial that has provided evidence that High-Dose Immunosuppressive Therapy (HDIT) and Autologous Hematopoietic Cell Transplant (HCT) can lead to prolonged remission of Relapsing-Remitting Multiple Sclerosis (MS). 69 percent of HALT-MS trial participants have survived 5 years after receiving HDIT/HCT treatment without progression […]

Physical and Occupational Therapies Complement Stem Cell Treatment

Physical Therapy (PT) commonly known as physiotherapy is the medical practise of rehabilitating patients with musculoskeletal problems; to restore mobility and functionality, and to reduce pain. Occupational Therapy (OT) is an intervention that seeks to help its patients develop or recover skills necessary for daily activities. Occupational therapists, working collaboratively with the patients and their […]

Paralysed Man Regains Upper Body Movement After Stem Cell Treatment

Surviving a grisly car accident is always a welcomed luck to anyone involved. However, suffering severe injury to the cervical spine that leaves you paralysed from the neck down is devastating. One such case is Kristopher Boesen (also known as Kris) from Bakersfield.   In March, Kris lost control of his car and crashed into […]

Aquatic Therapy: Boosting Stem Cell Treatments

Aquatic Therapy refers to the rehabilitation and therapeutic treatments and exercises carried out under water. Typically, aquatic therapy requires the warm, relaxing and supportive nature of a heated pool. Aquatic Therapy techniques range from aquatic bodyworks, physical therapy, aquatic exercise and other movement-based therapies. These techniques are designed to improve stability, body movement, and muscular […]

Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS)

Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) is a simple and non-invasive procedure that uses electromagnetic induction to stimulate specific areas of the brain. rTMS is also used to stimulate neural tissue such as motor cortex (that controls motor function), corticospinal tract (the neural pathways that terminate in the spinal cord) or frontal cortex (that contributes to […]

Stem Cells Predicted To Completely Change Health and Medicine

The field of Medicine has covered considerable ground since Man first discovered that the key to his health lay largely in his own hands. There have been important milestones in the field of Medicine over the years. From Roger Bacon’s magnifying glass in 1250 , which technology was later parlayed to correct farsightedness (and is […]

Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms: Early Warning Signs

Images of young ballerinas suddenly collapsing in dance studios and the subsequent devastating diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis form part of the ‘popular’ narrative we conjure up whenever the disease is mentioned. However problems of balance and dizziness are only a few of the Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms Early Warning Signs. Multiple Sclerosis sets in when the […]

The Stem Cell Revolution is On Its Way

Stem cell research dates back to the early eighties. Two decades in (in 2001) a White House executive order halted the important gains made by researchers when it banned federal funding for stem cells derived from pre-implantation human embryos.   This was hardly the news to jumpstart a nascent branch of science that is now […]

Stem Cell Therapy and Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral Palsy is the umbrella term for a number of neurological conditions that affect movement and co-ordination. Cerebral Palsy occurs when the brain develops abnormally or is damaged before the child is born, sometimes during birth or shortly after birth. It is a disabling condition that impacts negatively on a child’s life and his or […]

Pioneering Stem Cell Researcher wins Australian of the Year Award

Australian bio-molecular scientist, Professor Alan Mackay-Sim who has had a lifelong interest in the regeneration and repair of the nervous system, has just been recognised as Australian of the Year. Professor Mackay-Sim earned this accolade following his pioneering work in using stem cells to treat a quadriplegic man. Professor Mackay-Sim and his team succeeded in […]

Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms Checklist

Multiple Sclerosis is a chronic autoimmune disease that involves damage to the sheaths of nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord, affecting the central nervous system. An autoimmune disease is a disease in which the body produces antibodies that attack its own cells and tissues. It is unclear what triggers this attack although genetic […]

ALS, Jeff, 40, Ireland

As an elite former motocross competitor, Jeff had one thing clear, he was not going to lose the race against ALS without a good fight. After contacting Global Stem Cells to enquire about the treatment possibilities to improve his quality of life.

Regenerative Treatment – A Source of Hope for Alzheimer’s Patient

Eva Lim, a patient from Singapore, was diagnosed with Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease. Upon trying a number of specialists in Singapore and being quite disappointed, she, together with her family, learnt of Regenerative Treatment online. After talking to one of our patient representatives, they decided to travel to Bangkok for treatment. Following her treatment, Eva is […]

ALS Patient’s Pursuit of Improved Quality of Life Leads him to Stem Cell Treatment

Roger, from the UK, was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, a disease that afflicts about 350,000 people a year worldwide, about half of whom die within three years of diagnosis. Determined to strive for the kind of life he most wanted, he decided to seek out the best treatment option for him. This, turned out […]

Regenerative Treatment: A Possible Cure For Type 1 Diabetes

Medical doctors in the city of Amman, Jordan, are coming close to finding a cure for Type 1 Diabetes. The research was done by transplanting stem cells into the pancreas which were extracted from patients themselves. This helped modulate the immune system and keep the insulin-producing cells alive. New Diabetes Research The research was done […]

Stem Cell Therapy – Restoring Vision To The Blind

In a study published in the journal Cell Stem Cell, researchers managed to observe demonstrations of long-term vision restoration through photoreceptor transplants using human stem cells. They managed to prevent immune system rejection of the stem cells, blocking the usual immune responses that trigger rejection of the stem cells by the recipient’s body. Without a […]

Rebuilding The Heart’s Coating With Stem Cells

Stem Cell Therapy represents the not-so-new frontier in the treatment of diseases and the repair of damaged tissues and organs. The heart is one such organ that stands to benefit greatly from new advances in this field.   Anatomy of the Heart The heart has three distinct layers: the inner lining known as Endocardium, the […]

Adult Stem Cell Therapy: It’s Not About The Age

Stem cells are undifferentiated cells that have the ability to differentiate into specialised cell types. Typically stem cells fall into two categories, defined by maturity: Embryonic Stem cells and Adult Stem Cells. Ignorant moral scruples sometimes tend to overshadow the benefits of scientific research, lumping for example, all stem cells into the embryonic basket, with […]

Autism: Research Suggests it May Also Develop in the Skin

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a lifelong developmental disability that affects how people perceive the world and interact with others. It is also a neuro-developmental disorder characterised by impaired social interaction, verbal and nonverbal communication, and restricted and repetitive behaviour. Although there is no known cause for the disease, experts have always been confident that […]

Stem Cell Treatment for Diabetes

Diabetes is one of the most talked-about diseases across the world but awareness on this is still low. It generally occurs due to failure or damage of the cells that produce insulin in the pancreas called Beta cells. It can be classified into 2 types: Type 1 (T1DM) and Type 2 (T2DM).As Stem Cell Therapy […]

ALS Patient Thankful for the Treatment She Received

Emma, 35, was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, which is also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. Together with her husband, they travelled to Bangkok to seek Stem Cell Therapy in the hopes of stopping the advancement of the illness and bettering her quality of life. Since receiving the Stem Cell Therapy at the cutting-edge facilities […]

Acupuncture: How does it Work?

Acupuncture has the benefit of influencing most systems in the body, including cardiovascular, nervous, immune, digestive and endocrine systems. It is an ancient form of Chinese medicine spanning back to 3000 years ago. Acupuncture is most commonly administered by inserting thin, sterile metal needles into specific points, called acupuncture points, on the body. Other methods […]

Ketogenic Diet Benefits

It goes without saying that following a balanced wholesome diet is an essential part of a healthy lifestyle. Eating healthy is by far the most sensible choice anybody can make for well-being. At Verita Neuro we strongly advise our patients to follow this principle; however, the diet that we recommend for our neurodegenerative patients […]

From South Africa to Bangkok: For Effective SCI Treatment

Glenda, from South Africa, suffered a Spinal Cord Injury (SCI). After conducting numerous searches online, Glenda learnt about as well as Stem Cell Therapy. She contacted one of our Patient Representatives and asked all the questions she had. After arriving in Bangkok and having a proper assessment done, Glenda received a comprehensive treatment plan. […]

Multiple Sclerosis – Could It Begin In The Gut?

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a central nervous system disease. It interferes with nerve impulses within the brain, spinal cord and optic nerves. The disease damages the myelin sheath, the material that surrounds and protects your nerve cells. Although the cause of the illness is currently largely unknown, researchers are now finding that it could have […]

Regenerative Treatment – A Source of Hope for ALS Patient

Lisa was diagnosed with ALS, a neurodegenerative illness that affects millions of people across the world. Determined not to simply sit back and watch the illness progress and Lisa’s condition deteriorate, she and her husband began doing Research online. This is how they discovered Regenerative Treatment in Bangkok. Since receiving the Regenerative Treatment, Lisa, 52, […]

Fighting Parkinson’s Using Stem Cells

Parkinson’s is a progressive neurological condition where people with the disease don’t have enough of a chemical called dopamine because some nerve cells in their brain have died. Without dopamine people can find that their movements become slower so it takes longer to do things. However, doctors from the Royal Melbourne Hospital recently successfully injected […]

Injured at 14: Spinal Cord Injury Patient Fights for a Better Life

After an accident caused his Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) at 14 years old, Zdenek tried having Regenerative Treatment in India. However, the treatment there didn’t go as well as he had expected. After contacting us and being in consultation with one of our Patient Representatives, Zdenek decided to travel to Bangkok for treatment. He is […]

Patient’s Improvements following Stem Cell Treatment for Optic Nerve Atrophy

Kamil was diagnosed with Optic Nerve Atrophy, a condition that affects the optic nerve, which carries impulses from the eye to the brain. He, was, before receiving Regenerative Treatment at the facilities in Bangkok, only able to see the colour red, but he is now able to see other colours and light contrasts. Although he […]

Spinal Cord Injury Patient Positive that Stem Cell Treatment was the Right Choice

When Marion had a Spinal Cord Injury, she decided to seek treatment in her native, Glasgow, Scotland. However, displeased with the subpar treatment she was receiving, she decided to do some research online on other treatment options. This is how she discovered and Stem Cell Treatment. Upon speaking to one of our patient representatives, […]

ALS, Lisa, 52, USA

Lisa, 52, from the United States, was diagnosed with ALS. After consulting with our specialists, she and her husband decided to take a chance and fly to Bangkok for the treatment.

Stem Cells to Motor Neurons – A Scientific Discovery

The use of stem cells to treat illnesses continues to break barriers in the medical world. In Penn State, USA, for instance, there are scientists who have discovered how to turn stem cells into motor neurons. They have, in addition, also uncovered the cellular mechanisms that control the programming of the stem cells. The Programming […]

ALS Patient’s Stem Cell Treatment Described as “The Best Choice”

Bunreth from Cambodia, was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). Although the doctors back in Cambodia told her there was no treatment option that would be suitable for her, Bunreth went ahead to find another solution, this was how she learnt about Stem Cell Treatment. ALS Patient’s Improvements following Stem Cell Treatment After finding us online […]

Multiple Sclerosis Patient’s Positive Message Following Stem Cell Therapy

Forrest was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS), a lifelong condition that can sometimes cause serious disability, although it can occasionally be mild. It is, however, in many cases, possible to treat its symptoms, especially with the use of Stem Cell Therapy. After receiving the Regenerative Treatment, Forrest is now able to walk without using a […]

Liver Cirrhosis Patient Delighted with Improvements following Stem Cell Therapy

Carole, a jovial 70 year old from the UK, is ecstatic with her treatment results. She was diagnosed with Liver Cirrhosis and in trying to find herself an ideal treatment and an improved quality of life, she decided to try Stem Cell Treatment. Her husband, who is a dental surgeon, had been doing extensive research […]

Adult Stem Cells: Breaking Medical Barriers

The use of Embryonic Stem Cells has undoubtedly had its fair share of controversy, however, now, with the increasing use of Adult Mesenchymal Stem Cells to treat illnesses, patients are able to gain great qualities of life. As the medical world continues to make great strides in advancements, patients who suffer from various serious illnesses […]

Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms Reversed by Canadian Doctors using Stem Cells

Canadian doctors have managed to reverse severe Multiple Sclerosis (MS) using stem cells, virtually eliminating it from a patient’s body. Jennifer Molson had crippling MS before she participated in a study that involved chemotherapy and a stem cell bone marrow transplant in 2002. She was one of a small cohort of 24 people who received […]

Stem Cell Therapy for ALS – A Right to Try

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, is a brutally progressive neurodegenerative condition which damages nerve cells in both the brain and the spinal cord. There are few things left to stay regarding the merciless speed with which this illness progresses and how it greatly affects the lives of those unfortunate enough […]

Stem Cell Therapy – A Continuing Source of Hope for Autism Patients

Ari Goodman, 8, suffers from Autism. He received Stem Cell Treatment to try and combat the symptoms of the illness, and now, he appears to be winning the war against it only six months after receiving the treatment. Since having the Regenerative Treatment last May, Ari has been able to exhibit some significant improvements. His […]

Spinal Cord Injury, Glenda, 47, South Africa

“If you never try, you’ll never know,” Glenda, a Spinal Cord Injury patient, says about the Stem Cell Treatment she received. She now talks to us about the Regenerative Treatment experience in Bangkok.

Glaucoma Patient Recommends Stem Cells Following his Treatment

Roland’s is a story of tenacity and hope. Diagnosed with Glaucoma in his native Romania in 1992, he was asked to resign himself to a life with no vision. As heart breaking as this was for himself and his loved ones, Roland never gave up on finding the light at the end of the tunnel. […]

ALS, Roger, 65, United Kingdom

Doctors back in the UK didn’t give Roger the treatment options he needed to stop the progression of his disease. After deep research, he got in touch with us at Global Stem Cells and flew all the way to Bangkok to have a Stem Cell Treatment.

Australian Ataxia Patient Seeks Stem Cell Treatment In Bangkok

Pamela, 67, was diagnosed with Ataxia when in Australia, where she and her husband both come from. They came to us in the search of a treatment that would improve the harsh conditions to which she is subjected, due to the symptoms of her illness. After discussing with a close friend who had received other […]

External Brain Stimulation Setting a Higher Standard

An innovative technique has opened a new door for many doctors and patients in clinical trials. Due to a recent discovery, professionals in the medical field will be able to stimulate deep regions of the brain, such as the ones related to emotion and memory. What sets this new form of medical technology apart from […]

Brain Injuries Treatable With Stem Cell Therapy

Stem Cells continue to achieve outstanding results in all types of trials, for all kinds of conditions, and nothing seems to slow their progress down. At the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston (UTH Health), a clinical trial was carried out with patients suffering from Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) using Autologous Stem Cells; these […]

Los Angeles-Based Medical Center to Start Using Stem Cells for ALS Patients

There are few conditions that are as lethal and degenerative as Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. People who suffer from this devastating disease are given little hope by doctors who tell them that they have to face imminent death. However, the use of Stem Cell Treatments is becoming increasingly widespread and with it comes potential improvement. At […]

ALS, Emma, 35, USA

Emma and her husband Chad discuss the improvements they both noticed from the stem cell treatment together with supporting therapies.

Stem Cell Therapy – The Answer to a Child’s Septo-optic Dysplasia Symptoms

Victoria is only four years old, yet, unlike other children her age, she doesn’t quite get the chance to be as playful and carefree. She suffers from Septo-optic Dysplasia (SOD), an illness that prevented her from being able to walk freely without knocking on objects and harming herself as a result of poor vision. Before […]

Spanish Ataxia Patient Returns to Bangkok for Stem Cell Therapy

At 46 year old, Juan Jose is living with Ataxia. He had previously been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and has since lived with it for 12 years. Juan travelled from Spain to Bangkok for treatment in 2015 and after going back home impressed by the Stem Cell Therapy he received, Juan decided to return this […]

Septo Optic Dysplasia, Victoria, 4, Brazil

After being unable to walk freely without knocking on objects and injuring herself, Victoria’s parents now speak on what their experience was like after their daughter received stem cell treatment for her Septo Optic Dysplasia at the facilities in Bangkok.

Rejected ALS Patient Finally Finds Answers In Stem Cell Therapy

When John was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), he decided to try stem cell therapy and see if this would put a stop to the progression of his ALS symptoms. In just 12 days of being with Global Stem Cells, he noticed some considerable improvement, particularly with his left hand. Now he’s able to […]

Pulmonary Fibrosis and other Respiratory Diseases: Stem Cells Offer a New Hope

Mesenchymal stem cells can be used for multiple purposes, some of which will prove enormously beneficial for different conditions and diseases. Therefore, we are glad to inform our readers that treating idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, aka IPF, is easier today than ever before because of mesenchymal stem cells, which have shown a remarkable potential to help […]

Chronic Kidney Disease, Kenneth, 61, USA

Kenneth had Chronic Kidney Disease and contacted Verita Neuro in Bangkok for treatment. Doctors back home told him that his kidneys were down to twenty-five percent and in five to ten years he might have to undergo dialysis and wait for a kidney donation.

Stem Cells for Spinal Cord Injury Patients

Many universities and private organisations in the United States have been demonstrating over and over again how there will eventually be a medical solution for many Spinal Cord Injury cases, and research suggests that regenerative treatments might be the final answer. In September 2016, a group of researchers from the University of California San Francisco […]

Stem Cell Awareness Day 2016: A Look Back

Verita Neuro has helped many patients throughout the years with some of the highest quality stem cell treatments that are available to the public. People suffering from Stroke, Spinal Cord Injury, Ataxia, Cerebral Palsy or Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis have been the direct beneficiaries of our regenerative therapies, which use adult mesenchymal stem cells to […]

UT Southwestern Medical Center Research Holds Great Promise for Spinal Cord Injury Patients

Staying a step ahead may not always be easy for companies like Verita Neuro, but it is certainly a very rewarding position to hold, especially if the effectiveness of most of your treatments is confirmed by a university as prestigious as the University of Texas – Southwestern Medical Center. Therefore, it does not come as […]

ALS, John, 47, USA

After he discovered that his native United States could do very little to stop the progression of his ALS, John started looking for other solutions.

Stroke Sufferer’s Symptoms Improve Dramatically with Stem Cell Therapy

When Samia suffered a stroke, her life changed dramatically. For someone who was once vibrant and energetic, it was difficult for her to have her daughters take care of her. The stroke symptoms had left her with movement and balance problems, she was always fatigued and she felt depressed at the loss of independence in […]

Stroke, Samia, 56, Sudan

When Samia suffered a stroke, her life was drastically changed and she had a hard time with day-to-day activities.

Two Year Old’s Cerebral Palsy Symptoms are Better Just Days after Receiving Stem Cells

For a child, the world is full of growth, possibilities and adventure. They’re balls of energy that learn to crawl, walk and talk, and eventually they’re hard to keep up with. For Emilio and his parents, things are much different. Emilio has cerebral palsy, which makes something as simple as sitting up quite difficult. His […]

Young Man Regains the Use of his Upper Limbs with Stem Cell Therapy

Due to the initial results obtained at the Keck Medical Centre, of the University of Southern California, many patients have regained hope, as some people have been able to reclaim independence after suffering from a severe spinal cord injury. Kristopher Boesen of Bakersfield suffered a traumatic injury to his spinal cord after a horrendous car […]

SCI Patient Marion Shares a Positive Message about Global Stem Cells

When Marion was back home in Scotland following her injury, she spent six months doing rehabilitation. A rehabilitation, she told us, that focused on preparing her for life in a wheelchair. One day last February, her neighbor mentioned that stem cells could potentially help her quality of life. Since he was a doctor, Marion looked […]

Spinal Cord Injury, Marion, 56, United Kingdom

When Marion got an SCI, she realized that the rehabilitation in her native Glasgow in Scotland was simply preparing her for life bound to a wheelchair.

The Canadian Who Vowed to Walk Once More

The life-changing procedure that brought him across the globe. In dealing with many patients with spinal cord injuries, we see and often feel the frustration that they have to deal with every day. Because in many cases their injuries are a big part of the daily grind. But even in the face of such adversities, […]

Stem Cells Still Have an Uphill Battle against Misinformation

Over the years, numerous articles have been published in Western tabloids that attempt to disprove or discredit the outstanding services that companies such as ours have been providing. The proven results and the well-documented recoveries still do little to defuse criticism from journalists, medical writers, bloggers and nay-sayers that believe in more traditional therapies. It’s […]

The Availability of Stem Cell Treatments is on the Rise

In September of 2016 the American Food and Drug Administration will decide whether clinics offering stem cell treatments ought to be more closely regulated. What was once heavily frowned upon, will eventually be made available by clinics across the entire United States. This battle for a larger acceptance of stem cell treatments has been made […]

World Duchenne Awareness Day

This September 7th a very meaningful event will take place, the third World Duchenne Awareness Day. It is on this specific day of the year, that the 79 exons in the dystrophic gene are represented and painfully remembered. This uncommon disease, caused by a fatal genetic disorder, affects roughly 1 in every 3.500 male births. This […]

Adult Stem Cells: The Best Kept Secret In Medicine

Although there has been extension research, funding and many successful trials, stem cells remain a bit of a mystery to the general population. Which leads potential patients to ask the only question that really matters. “Can stem cells really help me?” We field questions like these constantly and, working with experts in regenerative medicine, we’re […]

Adult Stem Cell Therapy at the Lung Institute Helps Pulmonary Fibrosis Patient

After he’d been diagnosed with pulmonary fibrosis, Joseph had to face the painful reality that his life was coming to an end. His doctors knew the odds were stacked against him because the prognosis for his disease was universally bad. He had to sit there and listen to his doctor give him just little over […]

Our Stroke Patient’s Improvements After Stem Cell Treatment

For something as serious as a stroke, worldwide medical solutions seem lacking. Many people find this out in the most trying time when, out of nowhere, a stroke completely changes someone’s life. Nicola, one of our latest patients, felt the same frustration when she suffered from one and, as she tried to research ways to […]

Doctor Nasir Talks about Isaac’s Epidural Stimulation Treatment

*To learn about Isaac’s story from the beginning, please visit the first blog post in this series. The great thing about Doctor Nasir, according to patients and colleagues alike, is that even though he is the Medical Director at Global Stem Cells, he makes each and every patient a priority. He’s widely considered a leader […]

Standing Tall – Part V of Isaac Darrell’s Story

*To learn about Isaac’s story from the beginning, please visit the first blog post in this series. It’s been three weeks since Isaac first turned on his Epidural Stimulator and moved his legs for the first time in four years. He’s been training hard, receiving daily therapy and making good use of the immune-boosting foods […]

Stem Cells for Cerebral Palsy

For many years now, our team at Verita Neuro Verita Neuro has been aware of the great benefits of Stem Cells and their regenerative nature for a large variety of conditions. Cerebral Palsy is one of the conditions that has shown some of the most spectacular results in terms of improvements and the development of […]

Iron Will – Andrew’s Determination to Prove the Doctors Wrong

“What if I’m in that 1%?”, Andrew asked, much to the doctor’s bafflement. It was clear from the very beginning he would not take no for an answer. After a few seconds of uncomfortable silence, the doctor finally replied: “Well, the odds are stacked against you Mr. Bell! As I said, only a 1% of […]

Standing Tall – Part IV of Isaac Darrell’s story

*To learn about Isaac’s story from the beginning, please visit the first blog post in this series. It was the two week mark and everyone was excited to sit with Isaac once again so he could tell us how things were going. We could already tell that our patient was looking and feeling better, so […]

Stem Cells and Stroke, A Viable Treatment

Verita Neuro takes pride in being a top-notch provider of Stem Cell therapies for Stroke patients, delivering results that are consistent with being a leader in the field of regenerative medicine. It is therefore that our team was delighted to read the news on the latest studies conducted by Stanford University. It has come […]

Stem Cell Treatment Regenerates Damaged Heart Tissue

What was once thought to be impossible is now a feasible reality: According to a study published in the Journal of Cardiovascular Translational Research, an innovative stem cell treatment was able to reverse scarring in heart failure patients by 40%, whereas standard drug therapies have only been able to reduce it within a range of […]

ALS, Bunreth, 48, Cambodia

Bunreth is a Cambodian woman that suffers from ALS. After doctors in their country were unable to help, they found us online and came for treatment in Bangkok.

Standing Tall – Part III of Isaac Darrell’s story

*To learn about Isaac’s story from the beginning, please visit the first blog post in this series. Supplemental therapy was a big part of Isaac’s treatment with us. It wasn’t just about getting him used to the strain of using his lower limbs, it was also about healing his body as a whole. Which is […]

Multiple Sclerosis, Forrest, 41, USA

Our multiple sclerosis patient Forrest talks to us about his treatment at our partner hospital. We discuss his therapy, how he found us and the effect it’s had on his disease.

Standing Tall – Part II of Isaac Darrell’s Story.

*To learn about Isaac’s story from the beginning, please visit the first blog post in this series. Last week, we introduced you to a Canadian-born man named Isaac. He sought out our treatment to help him regain motor function after a diving accident left him bound to a wheelchair. Needless to say, he became animated […]

Canadian’s Mission to Walk Again Brings Him to Thailand.

Epidural Stimulation’s history doesn’t go back that far, but the world of medicine has been preparing for its eventual conception for decades. The process involves the implantation of electrodes that are designed to stimulate different actions in the spinal cord, and it’s made a huge impact on how the world views spinal injury treatment. The […]

Study Finds Cord Blood Outperforms Matched, Unrelated Donor in Bone Marrow Transplant

It comes as no surprise that science advances quicker than one can keep track of and it just so it happens, that fresh on the heels of earlier discoveries, the University of Colorado Cancer Center recently published a study proving yet again the effectiveness of cord blood from an unrelated donor, and its matchless performance […]

Stem Cell Therapies Show Promising Results in Treating Stroke Patients

Present conventional therapies and treatments in medicine do not provide any cure for patients paralyzed due to diseases, paralysis and injuries to the nerves. Most patients are resigned to a life confined to wheelchairs and disabilities in the aftermath of injuries due to road traffic accidents and strokes. Stem cell therapies have shown some promise […]

Man Fights for Stem Cell use after being Cured for Blindness

A Tennessee man is determined to fight for stem cell therapy to be made available to others after his own treatment resulted in him being cured from blindness. It was a near-miss car accident 10 years ago which made Doug Oliver realise just how bad his vision had deteriorated due to macular degeneration. After a […]

Ataxia, Pamela, 67, Australia

From her thoughts on her stem cell treatment to the members of the clinical staff, Pamela discusses her stay at the hospital.

Stem Cell Use in the Fight Against Multiple Sclerosis

We recently came across an article about a father of two who was diagnosed with Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis. The article touched on how his life had quickly changed…

Regain Sight With Stem Cell Therapy

It’s a brave new world in stem cell therapy, and many Americans have been given one of the greatest gifts of their lives, the gift of sight…

More Hope in Treating Cerebral Palsy

In short, the study, led by the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, will infuse young children with umbilical cord blood in hopes that the stem cells will aid in repairing the brain damage that causes cerebral palsy’s symptoms…

Spinal Cord Injury, Zdeněk, 35, Czech Republic

Zdeněk is a 35 year old Czech man. At the age of 14 he had an accident and since then he has been on a wheel chair.

Stem Cells Could Reverse Damage Caused by Zika Virus

The damage to unborn children caused by the Zika virus is nothing short of chilling. Likened to rubella, the virus is relatively harmless to adults, but can have devastating effects on unborn children…

Miscarriages linked to low stem cell count

This is potentially groundbreaking news for women who have experienced fertility problems in the past, or are currently having trouble becoming pregnant. Although the studies are in their infancy, a clear link has been established…

5 Things You Need to Know About Stem Cells’ Regenerative Capabilities

Stem cells are fascinating, unique and undifferentiated cells of the body. These cells, unlike other body cells, divide to produce not only other stem cells but mature to form any body tissue. In other words, stem cells can replace your eye cornea, skin defects, damaged organs, and so on…

Devising a way for Spinal Cord Injury patients to recover limb movement

Researchers from an Australian hospital are developing a wireless device that could make Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) patients regain the ability to walk. This device, made from a nickel-and-titanium composite called nitinol, would be one of only a few mechanisms that could return limb movement to SCI, and even Stroke, patients. Thousands of Spinal Cord […]

Cerebral Palsy, Emilio, 1, Mexico

A significant psychomotor improvement was seen on Emilio after getting stem cell treatment for Cerebral Palsy (CP).

Szymon’s Final Interview before leaving for home after his Epidural Stimulation Operation and Therapy

Szymon, previously a Polish national baseball player, damaged his spinal cord at C5 an C6 in a tram accident rendering his legs paralysed. In cooperation with Global Stem Cells he undertook a Epidural Stimulation Operation, with the hope that he would regain some voluntary leg movement. After 3 weeks post operation calibration of the Epidural […]

BBC Radio Interviews Andrew Bell about the Process of his Recovery

Andrew Bell was interviewed by BBC Radio in October 2015 before he underwent an operation to fit an Epidural Stimulator at his spine. The device is designed to build a conduit of communication between his brain and his legs to enable him to walk again. His progress has surpassed everyone’s expectations. Andrew has made it […]

Andrew Bell Post Epidural Stimulation Operation Interview

Andrew Bell was hit by a car on his motorcycle on the 20th of May, 2015 and was airlifted to hospital. After emergency surgery he was told that he would be bound to a wheelchair for the rest of his life. He did not agree. Click here to watch the trailer Click here to watch […]

Stem Cell Treatment for Osteoarthritis is coming in five years but you may not have to wait that long

A stem cell treatment that could cure arthritis is coming in about five years. But do patients really have to wait that long? Pain experienced from having the cartilage of your joints twisted, as if being tied in a knot, extending to body parts including thighs and groin and affecting your posture, is the kind […]

Stem Cell Therapy improves condition of boy with Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral Palsy (CP), a neurological disorder, affects two to four children out of a thousand, particularly within first two years of life. It is characterized by any kind of brain injury which occurs before, during or after birth and results in a vast range of signs and symptoms which include, but are not limited to, […]

See How Stem Cells Can Improve Vision Impairment

Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD), a Visual Impairment characterized by blurred, distorted vision, may be painless but it does not merely cause discomfort; it could eventually lead to blindness. A viable cure has sadly not been very visible to the medical community, but as a matter of fact, Stem Cell treatment for this debilitating visual impairment […]

Andrew B. 29, England

Being told I would never walk again to now being able to stand and make my first steps gives me so much motivation

Tudor 72, Romania

I am definitely feeling much better! At the beginning, in the first day, I could only see blurred silhouettes entering my room. But now I can tell the difference between the persons entering the room

Zdenek 35, Czech Republic

My hand has improved. Now I can move easier and have an increased Range of Motion (ROM). My tricep muscles have become stronger and I’m happy to continue my exercise

Michal 24, Poland

I receive an rTMS session to generate MEPs which helps to facilitate regeneration of the optic nerves and now I feel great

Juan 46, Spain

Watching myself in the mirror to get visual feedback on my stance and posture. I think I’m looking good!

Pamela 67, Australia

Now I can stand up from the chair without holding the bar in front of me. Before I couldn’t do that. I’m happy with my progress