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  • Dear Jana and all at Belgrade clinic.

    I hope you are all well. Things are great here - my sleep is a lot better 6 hour stretches now and able to get back to sleep when disturbed, all without drugs for first time in 27 years. My legs are getting stronger thanks to the wonderful Physio and exercises. I can see a day in the near future when I won’t need a stick. My digestion is a lot better so no unconfortable tummy aches. I am a lot calmer and thinking clearer, the stress of illness has gone from my face which a lot of people have noticed, saying I look so well. I, will keep reporting, I am so happy (I thought I would never be well again but I am. Thanks to all of you).
    Have a great Christmas all at Belgrade. Love
  • Would you please pass on the following messages to my dear friends at the Moscow clinic.

    Please say hello to Katya and Liluba, who looked after me with such love and care, I will never forget their kindness. Hello to Tanya (no pain, normal). A special thanks to Alexandria with much love and best wishes for her future. I regret I didn't have the chance to say goodbye and thank you to Vitaliy Nikitin for all he did for me. Could you thank him from the bottom of my heart for his kindness and caring.

    There were just too many others to list individually here, but I would like to send a big thank you to all the staff who showed such love and kindness to myself and Denyse during our stay. Our stay at the clinic felt like being part of a large and loving family and I will cherish that memory forever.
  • Dear doctor,
    Uroš is staying healthy and happy and there are some changes in his condition. He is using a real toilet now; he do more things by himself - like taking clothes and shoes on and off, he is more interested in using pencil and crayons and he is playing with more toys than earlier.He did`t start talking yet, but he is often mumbling something. We finished giving him RNA medicines in January. We started giving him Chlorella 1000 mg 3 times a day on 12th of January and he is taking it well. Three days ago we did a check on Vitamin D3 and Calcium, so we are sanding you results. I hope you will respond and tell me your opinion about those results.
    Kindest regards,
    Stoja Senka
  • We think about you all the time and we often talk how nice it was staying in Clinic.

    We had realy nice time there. We told to all our friends about Clinic and people there. He feels more stabile on his legs and I can see a bit improvment in his walking.

    At the moment he is refusing to use roller walkek, he is walking with someone holding his hand. About his nervus it is a bit better. He is rune out of pils that we brought with us.
  • The driver came and pick us up, we went to clinic and I was shocked with the welcoming we received from the clinic. The staff was brilliant, my son was so much loved, and he felt really good.

    Since we had stem cell treatment it's been nine months. It's unbelievable how our life has changed. Mom is calmer, dad is calmer. Why? Because our son is happy, now.
  • I started to feel an improvement in my right leg. I can now lift my leg higher than I could before and I’m finding that walking up and down the stairs, I can walk without actually holding on to the banister. The level of service here has been absolutely second to none with all of the staff.

    The doctors are absolutely fantastic. The nurses, and the whole team…
  • There's familial atmosphere, rhythm, same people, kind words, and the medical staff is always available when you have a question, they come every day to see you.

    It is important, they do not come just because of the treatment, the doctors are everyday here to ask you how your day was, how you feel, if the treatment eas difficult or easy. There is no clinical atmosphere, no hospital smell. In hospitals there is always the smell of drugs. Here I don’t feel it at all. thisw is actually like a villa.
  • What else can I say? I am very very happy with all the care that I received and I recommend this treatment to anybody who want to give it a go. Come and have an open mind and meet these wonderful people who will treat you gently and with respect. I’ll always be grateful.

    Thank you.
  • Well, the first month went well. I regained my psychophysical energy, especially in the sport I practice, I felt an improvement...

    Now I hope, I hope that in the future, and the doctors tell me that it is better, I hope that in the future I'll feel all the better.

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Cerebral vasculitis and Stroke - Stem Cells treatment

Client: Helen Piska

Country: UK

Hello, I’m Adrian Piska and this is my wife. Helen. Helen Piska. I’m 52 years old and I came to Swiss Medica after a long thought about it as my situation wasn’t getting any better with the doctors in the UK, so we chose to come to Swiss Medica in Moscow.

There’s a lot more detail behind that, just to sneak in there, that I’m an age of 66 years old. The background to this is that Helen became ill in 2013. , with a mystery complaint that the National Health Service struggled to resolve. It took some months before it was identified probably as neurological disorder called cerebral vasculitis. The treatment was merely to contain the situation as it was, which left Helen with a very difficult disability with asymmetric paralysis of her left side. Out of that came a difficult struggle for Helen in terms of domestic life, mobility and all sorts of leisure activities. We’ve pursued with the health authorities in the UK, resolutions and opportunities for cures and we are way down the list of priorities within the UK. It is simple as that. As a consequence of that, Helen decided that she was not going to wait until she was 70 years old, before the health authorities have done all of the relevant trials on stem cell treatment. She decided she would investigate it herself and go where the best opportunities are present within our reach. Over to you.

We looked at various places in America, but came back to Swiss Medica. After contacting them months before, we thought maybe no, this is a scam and we let it rest for a while. But we’ve gone back for the second time and we were more agreeable that this wasn’t a scam, this was actually a true place of forward thinking medicine.

OK, so Helen hasn’t told you everything, that she has done an enormous amount of research online and through documentation to understand the principals and practices relating to stem cell treatments and therapies. My computer is full of all the papers that she’s gleaned from Japan, from China, from America, from Russia, from Europe and from the UK. I have been invited to distill some of that in my quest to determine truth from fiction and also then to decide, with Helen, where best to go.

We looked at Swiss Medica quite early in the cycle and I was dubious regarding their credentials. The marketing they presented at the time was predominantly American based and I was uncomfortable with that. Also, the telephone arrangements Swiss Medica had put in place gave us slight deception to the reality, in such that calls made from the UK are invited to go to Switzerland, but actually end up being answered in Moscow. So that led me to think “Is this real or is it a scam?” Being the kind of person I am, I drowned into the entire structure of background of Swiss Medica 21st century and established its pedigree from America, the fact that the American marketing company have been invited to help them, the fact that they had an administrative office on the Swiss/Italian borders and they had headquarters in Switzerland to the south-east of Zurich. I also went online, into the Swiss online system to indentify the directors of Swiss Medica, which wasn’t as difficult as one might think. And I was also minded to note that being a Swiss company they had to have a Swiss national on the board. So, from the financial perspective, I was beginning to become a little more comfortable with Swiss Medica pedigree in business terms.

We started off to have treatment in the Swiss branch, but for reasons that we’re not too clear about, that treatment was cancelled. We then engaged again with Swiss Medica, having asked for a refund, of the down payment, they said, well, come to Moscow. And through the wisdom and guidance of the staff, we became far more confident that these people were not a scam, but they were in fact genuine medical people with significant capabilities.

Helen’s already mentioned that we looked at America and so we were now comparing constraints between continents and between languages and for us it was Swiss Medica, because they’re closer to the UK, which meant less difficulty for Helen in flying. But also because the American market was pushing us towards a very quick, sharp solution, based on people who knew only about stem cell therapies. They knew very little about the broader medical implications and constraints that are associated with these issues.

With all that in mind, we agreed a contract with Swiss Medica, but I’ve made it quite clear that I was not going to pay any money over the counter, until I arrived on sight. And they agreed, which is another point in Swiss Medica’s favor. They are not pushy, they are agreeable to flexible arrangements.

We arrived in Moscow, as per our own plan and we actually, well Helen is actually undergoing treatment and it has demonstrated success even in the very first few days. We’re now hoping for even greater improvement in Helen’s condition, in the weeks and months going forward. Over to you.

I must say though that the treatment was actually very good. In that, I am the most squeamish person there is and reaching out the bone marrow wasn’t a problem. The sucking of the cells from the stomach wasn’t a problem and the doctor who carried this procedure out was just brilliant. So if anybody is frightened of going ahead with it, on that basis, don’t be, just don’t be afraid.

There we go. Does that help?

OK, great. And can you tell the results? How was it before and how is it now? For example your hand, power in your muscles, you told us that you can’t get up, lift your arms… What were the changes that you noticed, since having the stem cell treatment?

Yes, I notice now that I can stand up relatively easier than before. Before it was a struggle to stand up and getup right and now it’s a lot, lot easier to manage that and I can wave my hand a little bit and yes, things are looking good.

I’m going to add a bit here. Helen has played piano until 4 years ago and this week she was able after 3 days, 4 days to rise her left arm upwards and wiggle all the fingers and play a tune on the piano for the staff at Swiss Medica.

Thank you for that. Thank you.

Thank you. And if there is a person, for example a patient, with a condition very similar to Helen’s, can you give some advice to this patient? Would you recommend Swiss Medica 21st century for coming here and having a treatment? What can you say to this person, who is hesitating at the moment?

I am the most cynical, untrusting person in the world when it comes to doing business with anybody that I can’t see and where I can’t touch their physical infrastructure. I have overcome that on behalf of hopefully a lot of people by being here. I am open to enquiries maybe, depending how intense they are, because it is unnerving, especially when you’re dealing with sizable sums of money, with people you don’t know, who are from another country and who quite often speak another language. And in that context, most of the doctors and nurses in Swiss Medica speak fluent English and if not, they are helped by another number of agents who can support them. So don’t be afraid of coming. The complications in getting here are not that difficult, to come to Moscow and Swiss Medica, in my book, is trusted organization.

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