Romanian patient Ovidiu Simion was diagnosed with pigmentary retinopathy, a condition which accelerates the degeneration of the visual field. Patients with this condition experience increasing loss of vision and may feel as if they are looking through a telescope due to the limited range of vision. Below is a brief
Kevin Naidoo Discusses Glaucoma Improvements Kevin Naidoo, a yoga instructor from Saskatoon, Canada recently returned home from his stem cell treatment “adventure” in Bangkok, Thailand to treat his Optic Nerve Atrophy (ONA) which was caused by Glaucoma, which is an increase of intra-ocular pressure that can damage the optic nerve.
After getting into a car accident in eighth grade, Texas native Trelle Dandridge developed Optic Nerve Atrophy (ONA), which caused her vision to deteriorate over several years to the point where she had to resign from her dream job. ONA is a mild to severe damage to the optic nerve
While receiving stem cell therapy for Optic Nerve Hypoplasia & Septo-optic Dysplasia (ONH-SOD), Marina Alonzo was able to see color in her completely blind eye for the very first time. With both eyes, she was also able to read and recognize the colors of a green sign some 40 feet
The following story is a guest post from Debra Dollar, a young woman in the United States who was diagnosed with Optic Nerve Hypoplasia. She is currently raising funds for adult stem cell therapy. Please read and share her story. Family Fundraising Stem Cell Treatment for Optic Nerve Hypoplasia patient
Ireland, a little girl from the USA is receiving Beike stem cells for the second time. Ireland has Septo-optic dysplasia (SOD) as well as Autism, and received great improvements from her first round with adult stem cell therapy. Her parents are sharing her story daily with blog posts and photos