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Below you can find letters from our patients, their relatives and doctors regarding the effects of stem cell treatment at Cell Therapy Center EmCell. We intentionally do not provide patients' names, as in Ukraine such information is considered medical secrecy.
Patient M.N., 42. Anti-aging treatment
Patient G.R.C., 67. Anti-aging treatment
Patient K., 52. Menopause
Patient H., 35. Anti-aging treatment
Patient E.M., 49. Dyshormonal neurocirculatory asthenia
Patient M.H., 50. Chronic fatigue syndrome. Remission of lumbar osteochondrosis with moderate muscle tone abnormalities.
Patient R.M., 21. Autism. Toxic hepatitis
Patient D.S., 29. Autism
To read more testimonials on autism treatment at Cell Therapy Center EmCell, please visit the blog of Dr Jeff Bradstreet, our representative in the US: www.drbradstreet.org
Patient L.M., 55. Chronic systemic lupus erythematosus
Patient A.S., 13. Juvenile idiopathic seronegative grade I polyarthritis with contractures of the left elbow joint and IV-V right proximal interphalangeal wrist joints
Patient A.A., 47. Chronic relapsing advanced non-specific ulcerative colitis affecting rectosigmoid, grade II activity. Moderate, poorly managed type 2 diabetes mellitus
Patient L.P., 13. Psychomotor delay and secondary immune deficiency
Patient K.J., 3. Post-hypoxic encephalopathy. Cerebral palsy with moderate spastic tetraparesis and cognitive problems
Patient M.W., 6. Cerebral palsy with lower paraparesis. Mental and physical delay
Patient C.W., 6. Cerebral palsy
Patient O.H., 13. Developmental delay. Well-managed secondary hypothyroid
Patient I.C., 2. Сerebral palsy with moderate left-sided hemiparesis
Patient K.F., 65. IHD: diffuse cardiosclerosis. Atherosclerosis of aorta and coronary arteries with stenosis. Grade I heart failure with preserved LV systolic function, NYHA Class I
Patient A.M., 49. Dilated cardiomyopathy
Patient H.B., 56. IHD: Stable effort angina, NYHA II. Diffuse and postinfarction cardiosclerosis. Atherosclerosis of aorta and coronary arteries with stenosis. S.p. transluminal angioplasty with 4 stents placement. Subtotal stenosis of the posterior descending artery (branch of the right coronary artery). Essential hypertension. Moderate decompensated type 2 diabetes mellitus. Hyperuricemia.
Patient G., 77. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Diffuse pneumosclerosis. Lung emphysema. Grade III respiratory failure. Hormone dependence, steroid vasculitis. IHD. Atherosclerosis of aorta and coronary arteries. Hypertension. IIB heart failure with preserved LV systolic function. Obliterating atherosclerosis of the arteries of lower extremities. Grade II chronic insufficiency of the arteries
Patient M.A., 49. Advanced subcompensated diabetes mellitus, type 2
Patient Z., 57. Type 2 moderate subcompensated diabetes mellitus
Patient A., 54. Advanced decompensated type 2 diabetes mellitus. Ischemic heart disease
Patient J. Sch.-J., 49. Type I diabetes and diabetic neuropathy
Patient A.E., 40. Unstable remission of chronic systemic vasculitis with affection of mucous coats, eyes, nervous system, skin (alopecia). Azoospermia. Hypertension-induced circulatory asthenia
Patient S.N., 5. Williams-Beuren Syndrome
Patient R.N., 43. Non-nodular polyosteoarthrosis of the large joints (knee, hips) without functional insufficiency of the joints
Patient V.K.S., 54. Non-nodular osteoarthritis of the large joints without functional insufficiency of the joints. Unstable remission of extensive osteochondrosis, vertebrogenic brachialgia, lumboischialgia on the right, and pain. Insomnia. Obstructive sleep apnea
Patient D.P., 56. Osteoarthrosis affecting mainly large joints. Varicose veins of lower extremities
Patient H., 42. Multiple sclerosis
Patient V.A., 28. Multiple sclerosis
Patient H.R., 43. Multiple sclerosis; emphysema; pulmonary insufficiency
Patient L.N., 52. Multiple sclerosis
Patient R.W., 44. Primary progressive cerebrospinal multiple sclerosis with spastic paraparesis of the lower extremities
Patient D.M., 29. Remitting-relapsing multiple sclerosis
Patient M.C., 63. Secondary progressive multiple sclerosis with cerebrospinal involvement, spastic paraparesis of lower extremities and urine retention
Patient A.Z.D., 35. Secondary progressive multiple sclerosis with cerebrospinal involvement and spastic paraparesis of the lower extremities and urine retention
Patient B. B., 36. Secondary progressive multiple sclerosis with cerebrospinal involvement and spastic paraparesis of the lower extremities. EDSS – 5,0. Urine incontinence. Moderate type 1 diabetes mellitus
Patient N.N., 62. Parkinson's disease
Patient A.A.N., 72. Akinetic-rigid and tremor-dominant Parkinson’s disease, stage II. Stage II grade 2 essential hypertension. Grade I heart failure. Extensive osteochondrosis
Patient W. H., 67. Akinetic-rigid tremor-dominant Parkinsons’ disease, stage II (Hoehn&Yahr)
Patient C.D., 31. Secondary osteoarthritis of the left ankle joint (septic arthritis in 2002 with revision surgery in 2002) with grade I functional insufficiency of the joint. Oligozoospermia (according to the patient)
Patient S., 56. Secondary lumbosacral radiculopathy. Left knee osteoarthritis without functional insufficiency of the joint. Autoimmune thyroiditis. Persisting mild well-managed bronchial asthma without respiratory insufficiency
Patient N.A., 48. Fibromyalgia. Seronegative spondylarthritis. Secondary hyperalgesia. Nodular osteoarthritis. Dyshormonal neurocirculatory asthenia
Patient B.J., 61. Polymyalgia. Polyosteoarthrosis mostly affecting large joints: hip, knee, elbow and shoulder joints
Patient V.C. 51. Dyslipidemia. Diffuse-nodular goiter