Mrs. Linda Visited India for Stem Cell Treatment for Cardiovascular Problems

Pregnancy with my third baby was very upfront and without any difficulties. I was fit and healthy when I went to the hospital in February 2005. Instantaneously after giving birth to Maria, unexpected massive bleeding had befallen. The doctors implemented an embolization of the iliac artery, which later on ruptured. Because of the rupturing, I was in excruciating pain around the clock. My left side was numb. I could barely feel my leg and did not have the power to stand appropriately. Whenever I tried standing, my hips surrendered. The numbness spread across my belly, occasioning in complete numbness of my upper middle body. I could not use the bathroom more than once or twice a week, I suffered from insomnia and groin swelling and I could barely sit. Walking was only imaginable when I could steady myself somewhere and only in the house for very tiny distances. I could not walk up the stairs to the bathroom. My muscles continued to deteriorate and because of my in capacities, I could not leave the house on my own. Naturally I referred all types of doctors. I went to neurologists and to two vascular surgeons. Physiotherapy for my hip and knee did not benefit. I felt awful and I lost hope. Then, I got to know about stem cell treatment in India.

We went to India and undertook stem cell therapy at Stem Cell Care India. Bone marrow encompassing the stem cells was extracted from my hipbone. The separated stem cells were re-vaccinated in two diverse places: into my lower abdomen and into my left hip. I am astonished and actually believe in stem cell therapy. I contemplate this as a complete reversal.

Mr. Peter Came to India for Finding Solution to His Cardiovascular Issues

I suffered from a colossal heart attack in 1989; the outcome was a necrosis of the backside of my heart. A huge part of my cardiac muscle was substituted by scar tissue. Two more heart attacks followed in 1991 and 1993. In 1995, I was analyzed with congestive heart failure.8 angiograms were executed and stents were placed. During these years, I turned down two potential heart transplants since I did not want to live with the immune suppressive medicines for the rest of my life. I no longer have any angina pain or no shortness of breath. However, I tried to live my life as dynamically as possible; taking part in a 5,000 mile motor cycle vacation in 1996 when I got sick. My friend got me home and a pacemaker was inserted which, at that time, worked miracles. Six months ago, after an inspection that displayed a very poor cardiac function and my EF capacity down to 18 %, a nurse finally advised to me that I could look up at Stem Cell Care India and ask about stem cell treatment. I communicated with their representatives, sent all my medical accounts for assessment and was accepted as a patient. I was quite anxious about the result and was not sure if I would make it back home and made arrangements for the worst case.

At clinic, bone marrow was mined from my hip bone and sent to a laboratory where stem cells were separated from it. Two days later, the stem cells were re-entrenched by catheter therapy by the cardiologist during a 45-minute interventional therapy. It was a miracle! I had gone from a terminal sickness to having a future. I carried my own bags and sauntered on my own two feet when returning back home to the US, just 5 days later. My doc back home inspected me 10 days after stem cell therapy and decided to have my pacemaker turned down.

Paul Bryce, 62 years old, Cardiac Patient Story, America

Mr Paul Bryce, 62 years old male is very thankful to Stem Cell Care India (SCCI).He wants to share his feelings to our viewers:

I was diagnosed 20 years ago. My heart was stopped up. I have 11 stents in my heart. When they put in (stents) nine, ten and eleven they blocked an artery and caused me to have a heart attack. Then 4 years later, I went to the doctor and he did an EKG and he said he needed to do a nuclear scan. That was in May 2011. In July of 2011 he did a nuclear scan and then called me and told me there was nothing else he could do for me.

A friend of mine in Corpus Christi told me about stem cells in India. So I checked into Stem Cell Care India and I came down in October of 2011 and had a treatment.

Paul Bryce received multiple doses of human umbilical cord-derived mesenchymal stem cells over the course of several days.

I didn’t feel anything for 30 days. Then I started feeling better and really felt good. I went to the doctor in January of 2012. He did an EKG and walked in and said, “What have you done?” I said, “What are you talking about?” He said, “You have a normal EKG. You’ve never had one of these before, what you did tell me , asked Doctor? I ought to tell him I had got stem cells?”  He looked like I had cut his throat. He was white as a sheet and he wanted to know, “How did they do it?” and I told him….

Since then I have had 3 normal EKGs. The last one was about 2 months ago.

The  doctors told me to visit for reclamation therapies such as routine checkups, counselling, etc for speedy recovery.

The human adult heart has about five billion heart cells, all pulsing as a coordinated orchestra with every heartbeat. These cells can be killed by high blood pressure, blood clots, heart attacks, and other byproducts of cardiovascular disease. A typical patient with heart failure has lost over a billion heart cells.

In Stem Cell Care India, we use the unique technology of Mesenchymal stem cells extracted from Wharton’s jelly (WJ) for treating heart diseases.  WJ-MSCs offer cost-effective and pain-free collection method that may be cryogenically stored, and are extremely favourable for tissue engineering purpose. They might help in the three prominent ways – prevent damage, repair damage and develop new medicines.

Stem cell-based therapy is emerging as a promising strategy to treat end-stage heart failure, a leading cause of morbidity and mortality. Stem cells can be isolated from a variety of sources and exhibit unique characteristics that impact their potential therapeutic utility. The adult heart contains small populations of committed, multipotent cardiac stem cells (CSC), which are adapted to the cardiac microenvironment and participate in postnatal physiological and pathological cardiac renewal or repair. These cells can be isolated, expanded in culture, and administered therapeutically to improve cardiac function in the setting of heart failure. CSC can be differentiated into three distinct cardiovascular lineages and exhibit enhanced paracrine factor production and engraftment as compared with other types of Mesenchymal stem cells, which in turn may translate into improved therapeutic efficacy.