Mr. Nadal, 39 year old gentleman from South Africa had been struggling with Chronic Respiratory Failure and Central Sleep Apnea nearly his whole life. In his infancy, he felt he was just feeble when he was not able to partake in sports or do outdoor goings-on that boys his age would do, but hostile health episodes in initial 2000’s led to his analysis of Chronic Respiratory Failure. Doing any type of physically vigorous work was a challenge for Mr. Nadal and with time, his dependence on artificial oxygen grew to virtually 16+ hours a day. Incessant progression of the disease and finding no respite in his homeland forced him to do some exploration on alternative treatments available and that is when he read about stem cell therapy. Mr. Nadal and his wife did their investigation and finally zeroed in on Stem Cell Care India, a stem cell therapy clinic in India to get stem cell therapy done.
The couple reached Delhi and underwent a series of tests for his disorder at the StemCellCareIndia facilities. The attending surgeons clarified his condition to him and advocated him about stem cells which reinforced his conviction in the therapy. The surgeons got back to the drawing board with the patient and it was decided to use umbilical cord tissue derived Mesenchymal stem cells for his therapy. A total of 100 Million MSC’s were organized in the ultra-modern labs of the clinic and re-injected in the patient via IV and nebulization. The cells expectantly would focus on the lungs and begin the rejuvenation procedure of the lungs. The process was completed in one day and went without any adversarial effects for the patient. Mr. Nadal returned to SA 2 days after the process. He tells that since he got back from India, he has been feeling remarkable. Before coming for the treatment, he was on oxygen for 16+ hours a day now he is also able to monitor his oxygen levels during the day using the pulse oximeter that the surgeon prescribed. Virtually every day, I use the respiratory exerciser that he also recommended for the breathing exercises.