Hello, I am Bao from HANOI, and I was diagnosed with Retinitis Pigmentosa early in my life. A doctor had once told my parents that it was hereditary in our family, and my grandfather or someone from my family had probably suffered from it while my father did not. I had to be on medication to prevent the progressing degeneration of my retina. I was searching about the issue over the internet and found that several ulterior therapies could help in the case. While reading and researching further, I learned about Stem Cell Care in India and the plethora of therapies they provide. I was motivated to take their help and scheduled my appointments with them. While booking my appointments, they told me about the prospects of Stem Cell Therapy in my case. Once I was In India, they took outstanding care of me from my reception at the airport to my treatment. My treatment was done according to my stay duration, and I was subjected to no hassles during the treatment. After my treatment, I was asked to monitor my vision and report any problems. There were not any. My vision has improved slightly and has prospects of improving further with time.
My husband was diagnosed with Retinitis Pigmentosa 15 years ago. At the age of 29, his condition started to worsen and we couldn’t find any lucrative treatment anywhere. The blurring vision at night was an escalating issue, so we consulted Viezec for stem cell therapy. He is recovering and his condition is improving. We are hoping for positive results ahead.
After being unable to walk without restrictions without bashing on objects and hurting herself, Victoria’s parents decided that their daughter received stem cell treatment for her retinitis pigmentosa at the facilities in India and for this, they came in touch with SCCI. After the sessions of stem cell treatment, now Vicky is able to feel the improvements. Before visiting SCCI, Vicky’s vision was basically distorted; this prohibited her from being able to see much. Her condition is a lot better now after the treatment. Her vision became slightly more focused too and she also speaks more now. Vicky and her parents are very much thankful to the team of SCCI.
Rosie has been bit by bit losing her vision since infancy because of retinitis pigmentosa (RP), an inherited, irredeemable disease. In 20118, she volunteered for opting for stem cell therapy that involves use of stem cells to restore her vision. She contacted SCCI for the same. After her treatment, she experienced a lot of improvement in her vision. She wants to thank the entire team of SCCI and she really appreciates the professionalism that the staff here exhibited.