Patient Stories

Former Patients Talk about their Stem Cell Treatment Experience

Debra Dollar ONH patient using Iphone to assist her reading

U.S. Family Fundraising for ONH Stem Cell Treatment

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 ... read more

Arthur Salvador Da Silva 8 months old at BBH Hospital

Baby Steps Towards Anoxia Recovery

Often times at the hospital we have the privilege to witness first hand the improvements that our patients experience with stem cells before their discharge. Generally speaking, patients may have to wait anywhere from three to nine months to start noticing the first signs of recovery. However, that was not ... read more

Sue Jordaan and family members

Sue Jordaan’s SCI Stem Cell Treatment

Below is a recent follow-up interview (1/14/2015) between a Beike international staff member and Sue. Please describe your physical state before stem cell treatment. What sensations did you have or not have? Before my stem cell treatment I had little balance and no/or little bladder control. I could not sit ... read more


Renzo is Coming Back for Stem Cell Treatment

Cerebral palsy patient is back for stem cell treatment Beike Biotechnology is glad to inform all our readers that Renzo Centurión has come back to us for a second round of stem cells and he is currently staying at the Better Being Hospital undergoing his new treatment. Renzo is a ... read more

Hunter and family at BBH Hospital during their Stem Cell Treatment in June of 2014

A Hug From Hunter

Hunter is a patient that recently received treatment for Cerebral Palsy In early June. Shortly after the first few treatments, Hunter’s mom wrote about some exciting improvements: One excerpt from June after 5 of 6 treatments: “Tonight Hunter was sitting on my lap and I was on Facebook when I ... read more

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