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  • Arthur, Anóxia Durante Nascimento | Depoimento Tratamento com Células-tronco
    Arthur, Anóxia Durante Nascimento | Depoimento Tratamento com Células-tronco Devido a uma falta de oxigênio durante o parto, o desenvolvimento de Arthur foi prejudicado. No Brasil, a medicina convencional vem oferecendo a Arthur pouca esperança, então sua família o levou para receber o tratamento com células-tronco na Tailândia. Os efeitos já estão sendo vistos.

    http://tratamentocomcelulastronco.com/
    www.beikebiotech.com
    www.betterbeingthailand.com
  • Cerebral Palsy / ONH | Stem Cell Testimonial
    Cerebral Palsy / ONH | Stem Cell Testimonial Due to complications at birth, Kaden was born premature and since the beginning diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy, Optic Nerve Hypoplasia, and Apraxia of Speech. While receiving his 2nd stem cell treatment, Kaden and family share their incredible improvements and hopes for the future.

    www.stemcelltreatmentnow.com
    www.beikebiotech.com
    www.betterbeingthailand.com

    Filmed and produced by Infocus Asia | Bangkok
    www.infocusasia.com
  • Ashley, Athetoid Cerebral Palsy | Stem Cell Treatment Testimonial
    Ashley, Athetoid Cerebral Palsy | Stem Cell Treatment Testimonial Even at 5 years old, Ashley only had the physical capabilities of a 6 month old. Until he was able to receive his first stem cell treatments, Ashley had no way to communicate or control his own body. The goal is self-dependence, and he is on his way.

    www.stemcelltreatmentnow.com
    www.beikebiotech.com
    www.betterbeingthailand.com

    Filmed and produced by Infocus Asia | Bangkok
    www.infocusasia.com
  • Flynn Rigby, Cerebral Palsy | Stem Cell Treatment Testimonial
    Flynn Rigby, Cerebral Palsy | Stem Cell Treatment Testimonial Flynn Rigby was unable to talk until the age of 9, until his first stem cell treatment. Flynn was born prematurely, leading to developmental delays caused by Cerebral Palsy. Nowadays, he is socially active, speaking, and has use of his fine motor skills.

    Follow Flynn's journey here: http://flynnrigby.blogspot.com/

    www.stemcelltreatmentnow.com
    www.beikebiotech.com
    www.betterbeingthailand.com

    Filmed and produced by Infocus Asia | Bangkok
    www.infocusasia.com
  • CP Patients and Families Discuss Improvements
    CP Patients and Families Discuss Improvements Adult stem cell therapy utilizing umbilical cord blood for the treatment of Cerebral Palsy has been available in China for the past seven years.

    Cerebral Palsy is a condition where no two patients may have the same symptoms. Their development may progress in very different ways. Stem cell therapy's outcomes are related to each patient's symptoms. The patients in this video represent a wide range of CP patients.

    This video, taken from full interviews featured at StemCellTreatmentNow.com, looks specifically at the improvements families found during--and after--treatment.
  • Cora Beth - CP Stem Cell Patient
    Cora Beth - CP Stem Cell Patient "Experts say treatment similar to Cora Beth’s Chinese therapy is years away in the U.S."
    KFOR - Stem cell treatments change girl's life

    Cora Beth, the youngest of three triplets, was born with Cerebral Palsy. She has to work very hard to keep up with her older brothers. She told us all about it in her sweet interview. She's a pageant winner in Oklahoma and she stole our hearts in China.

    Her parents, both medical professionals, have seen to it that she has the best therapies available. They know her condition inside and out. Even her mother was surprised at what a month in China could do for Cora's strength and coordination that traditional therapies had not been able to alter.

    In this interview they discuss Cora's condition, the therapies she's been involved in and what they've seen during their time in China.

    http://kfor.com/2012/02/13/stem-cell-treatments-change-girls-life/
  • Angelica - Cerebral Palsy (PVL)
    Angelica - Cerebral Palsy (PVL) "I do know that I brought here a child that was not active, that was barely alive, that did nothing and now I have a little girl. She definitely has a lot of body movements. So I think she has a lot to work with. And I think she's going to be fine. I could not say that a month ago."
    Angelica's mother following her first treatment in China

    Angelica received a bad combination of blood pressure medication and anesthesia when she was born. As a result she suffered a severe brain injury. The youngest of five, she and her mother came to China when she was nine months old.

    We met Roxanne and Angelica just before their return home. We were very surprised by their story.

    After the treatment her mother said "I just felt like I had four boys and a handicapped child. Now I have a little girl."
  • Michaela Sky - CP (Secondary Dystonia)
    Michaela Sky - CP (Secondary Dystonia) Michaela Sky, 11, has received two cycles of umbilical cord blood stem cells in China as of 2011. Her parents continuously search for new means of improving their daughter's quality of life. They see the stem cell treatments as having provided improvements to her core strength, muscle tone and control amongst other things.

    Michaela's father, Cchris, sat for an interview with us to discuss their decision to come to China for treatment.
  • Andrew Ricci -- Cerebral Palsy Stem Cell Patient
    Andrew Ricci -- Cerebral Palsy Stem Cell Patient Andrew Ricci and his family journeyed to China to receive injections of umbilical cord blood stem cells toward the treatment of cerebral palsy.

    Non-embryonic adult stem cell therapy is available today. If you are interested in seeing whether adult stem cell therapy might be appropriate for your condition please contact StemCellsChina.com for providers and international patient services.

    Adult stem cell therapy for cerebral palsy does not offer a cure today. But it can improve quality of life for the patient.
  • Zac - TBI and CP
    Zac - TBI and CP Zac survived a tough accident for a little guy. A large security gate fell on him as a toddler and he suffocated beneath it. Doctors worked wonders bringing him back to life but he was left with a severe Traumatic Brain Injury. Since then he has been diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy.

    He has now traveled to China twice to receive adult stem cell transplants. In this interview his mother, Lorena, discusses his injury, condition and the improvements they've seen through the treatments.

    For patients like Zac, basic motor functions and eating disorders present real-life dangers and significant challenges to his care. Adult stem cell transplants cannot cure TBI. A damaged brain will not reform itself through the treatments. But a patient's quality of life can see real improvements.
  • Alexander Schryver -- Neuro-Degenerative Disorder
    Alexander Schryver -- Neuro-Degenerative Disorder Alexander Schryver came to China to receive adult stem cells for the treatment of his neuro-degenerative disorder which developed directly following immunizations. His sibling experienced a similar response to the immunizations.

    He and his family traveled to Hangzhou China to receive transplants of umbilical cord blood stem cells donated from live births. His family stayed in Hangzhou's Xiaoshan People's Hospital for about a month during the treatment.

    In this video his mother talks about the development of his condition, his family's choice to come to China and the improvements they saw while in the hospital.

    For more information about adult stem cell therapies already delivered to thousands of people visit stemcellschina.com.
  • Braden Frohman - Cerebral Palsy (Spastic Quadriparetic)
    Braden Frohman - Cerebral Palsy (Spastic Quadriparetic) Braden received umbilical cord blood stem cell injections in China for the treatment of Spastic Quad Cerebral Palsy, a condition which leads to rough involuntary muscle movements.

    In this video Braden's father, Aaron discusses his family's decision to bring Braden to China and the improvements they've seen in his condition through the therapy.

    Adult stem cell therapy is not a cure for cerebral palsy. But it can offer quality of life improvements for patients. If you are interested in submitting information for a preliminary medical evaluation please submit an inquiry at StemCellsChina.com.
  • Ella Badrudin - Adult Stem Cell Patient for CP
    Ella Badrudin - Adult Stem Cell Patient for CP Ella Badrudin, a toddler with CP, received umbilical cord stem cells in Hangzhou, China in an effort to improve her condition. In this video her parents talk about the improvements they have seen over their past two visits for treatment.

    While the form of umbilical cord stem cell therapy offered in Hangzhou is not a cure for CP it does offer the chance to improve the patient's quality of life.

    For more information please visit www.stemcellschina.com.

    This video was released June 2009 and includes previously released footage.
  • Kaelyn - CP Stem Cell Patient
    Kaelyn - CP Stem Cell Patient In this video Kaelyn's mother discusses the origins of her cerebral palsy and the treatments they have given her to improve her condition.

    Kaelyn recently received adult stem cell therapy in China. The treatments she received are not a cure for any form of cerebral palsy. Treatments can improve patients' quality of life.
  • Shiu Sisters - Cerebral Palsy Stem Cell Patients
    Shiu Sisters - Cerebral Palsy Stem Cell Patients Both sisters in the Shiu family display symptoms of cerebral palsy. The family traveled to China to receive adult stem cells for the girls to help push along their development and improve their condition.
  • Seth - CP and ONH Stem Cell Patient
    Seth - CP and ONH Stem Cell Patient Seth was born in 2008 and was soon diagnosed with cerebral palsy (CP) and optic nerve hypoplasia (ONH). Seth received adult stem cell therapy in China to treat symptoms of CP and potentially improve his vision.

    Seth's grandmother sat with us for an interview in St Joseph, Missouri.
  • Riccardo - Hypoxic Brain Injury Stem Cell Patient
    Riccardo - Hypoxic Brain Injury Stem Cell Patient Riccardo suffered ischemic hypoxia at birth. Without oxygen, he developed a cerebral edema.

    His parents have brought him to China for a couple rounds of adult stem cell treatments now. His condition has changed significantly.
  • Carlos Tesch - TBI Stem Cell Patient
    Carlos Tesch - TBI Stem Cell Patient Carlos was born healthy and had wonderful young life. When he was 12 he suffered a crushing traumatic brain injury. He died on the table but doctors were able to resuscitate him. Since that time he has had numerous treatments around the world aimed at improving his development and repairing the damage done to his brain.

    Carlos has received two rounds of umbilical cord blood stem cell transplants in China over the past two years. In this interview shot at the end of Carlos' first round of transplants his father discusses the improvements in his condition they saw during the treatments.