Miguel, 16

  • Reviews-icon-03 Singapore
  • Reviews-icon-02 Intravenous MSCs and Exosomes

Condition :

Infantile Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy

Outcome :

Miguel’s sleep and mood improved dramatically after a few weeks of MSC therapy. He was able to handle larger feeds, and his left hand’s muscular tone has improved. He had greater leg weight bearing and was able to push himself up to stand. Miguel’s head control strength, focus and on have increased during a four-month period.

Kingston, 9

  • Reviews-icon-03 South Africa
  • Reviews-icon-02 Intravenous and Intratechal MSCs and Exosomes

Condition :

Autism Spectrum Disorder

Outcome :

Kingston’s communication improved significantly after MSCs therapy because he was more attentive to instructions in everyday settings and followed instructions with a visual cue without needing physical prompting. More significantly, he appears to be happy, with more laughter and chuckling. He’s also more aware of what’s going on around him.

Mr. Jayakumar, 86

  • Reviews-icon-03 Malaysia
  • Reviews-icon-02 Intravenous MSCs

Condition :

Minor stroke, leading to weakness in the limbs and reduced sensation. He suffered a fall and sustained a few wounds during stroke onset.

Outcome :

Mr. Jayakumar regained sensation in the affected areas. He was able to walk, regained limb strength, and became more self-sufficient. Furthermore, his fall wounds healed faster after MSCs therapy.

Mr. Tan, 76

  • Reviews-icon-03 Malaysia
  • Reviews-icon-02 Intravenous MSCs

Condition :

Mr. Tan was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease and had been living with it for four years. He had tremors and his stability was affected due to his diagnosis.

Outcome :

His tremors and stability improved as a result of MSC therapy. Mr Tan was able to climb stairs without assistance three months later.

Leonard, 4

  • Reviews-icon-03 Sri Lanka
  • Reviews-icon-02 Intrathecal and Intravenous MSCs and Exosomes

Condition :

Autism Spectrum Disorder with impaired motor skills

Outcome :

By observing his parents, he was able to turn on an air conditioner three weeks aer receiving MSC therapy. He could also feed himself half a bowl of food, catch a ball thrown at close range, and imitate self-feeding with a syringe.