Q&A video session about stem cell therapy
What you will learn:
1. What diseases can be treated with stem cells?
2. What the treatment involves.
3. How and why it works.
4. Its effectiveness.
5. Safety of cell therapy.
Patient from Portugal, 44 years old. Diagnosed Multiple Sclerosis.
In December 2012 his condition exacerbated. He started using wheelchairs. His disease progressed. He was not able to walk. He was not able to see. Nine months of usual treatments for MS accompanied by chemotherapy did not help. Then he found Swiss Medica Stem Cell Clinic. Stem celltreatment started immediately. One month later he was able to walk again.
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Patient from Uk, 51 years old. Diagnosed Multiple Sclerosis.
After having a stem cell treatment in Moscow his condition, in his words, got 80% better. Before the life changing treatment he was unable to walk long distances without the NHS support. Now he feels much healthier, has more energy and moves without significant difficulties. He is able to regularly go to the gym, he spends time with his two daughters and lives his life to the fullest.
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What stem cells do for a body
About Swiss Medica clinic
Holistic medicine considers a person to be a functional unit. The disease symptoms are signs of disruption in the system of the body. By activating the body’s ability of self-regulation we can eliminate this disruption. In Swiss Medica XXI Century S.A. we seek the cause of the disease, and provide a setting: to allow the body to use its own powers of self-healing to overcome the disease.
Our primary task is to make your own cells treat your own body. We use advanced technology to activate mesenchymal stem cells derived from adipose tissue, bone marrow, etc. Donated cells can also be used. Introduced to the patient’s body, these cells help to regenerate damaged tissue. Symptoms become less obvious and/or disappear.