Prognosis after stem cell treatment for Parkinson's disease
Hi, I’m Margaret, I’m from Yorkshire, in the UK. I’ve been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease for about 3 years now. I was receiving medication for it, but the side effects of the medication made me compulsive- repetitive. So I looked to see what else I can do and I found no alternatives, there’re just no alternatives to drugs that have horrific side effects, in the UK.
So I looked on the internet, because I’ve heard about stem cell therapy and I found that they did it in Belgrade. I spoke to Jana on Skype and I spoke to my doctor in charge of me here, on Skype and I found that… It was clear, I’ve got an option, I’ve got an alternative. Where’s not traveling out of the country there’s no alternatives, you take drugs that are really bad for you.
Since I’ve been here it’s been brilliant, because the staff all smiling, they’re always happy, even when you’re in pain and want a cup of tea every 5 minutes. So I’m really glad I came, I can’t tell you how glad I am. It took a big effort, because I don’t travel, I don’t travel at all. I went on an airplane about 30 years ago and never since.
But after talking to the doctors and nurses in Swiss Medica, in the clinic where they do the therapy, where I am now, I found that I could trust them and I was confident in their assistance and their therapy, the way they do the therapy.
There’s a lot of treatment and you’re always in the centre of what’s happening. I sometimes find that, if you have got a disease, other people push you out of it and talk for you not to you, but that didn’t happen here, they listen to everything you say. And I’d recommend anybody, if they want to look at stem cell therapy, Swiss Medica in Belgrade is brilliant. As I said, they are so competent in the work, I wouldn’t want to go anywhere else.
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