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Stem cell therapy for Lotta (4) with spinocerebellar ataxia “absolute success”

Lotta with her plush elephant

In February, Lotta (4) was diagnosed with spastic spinocerebellar ataxia. For mother Sandra the world collapsed. For some time she had noticed that Lotta had difficulties walking and her sight got worse and worse. But the diagnosis of spastic spinocerebellar ataxia came as an absolute shock. Especially because the doctors … read more

PLS Patient Receives 3rd Stem Cell Therapy

PLS Patient Receives 3rd Stem Cell Treatment

Stem Cell Therapy for PLS Since being diagnosed with primary lateral sclerosis (PLS) in February of 2016, Sylvie has taken three trips to Thailand to receive stem cell treatment, finishing her most recent treatment in October of 2018. Before receiving stem cell therapy for PLS, her symptoms included spasticity in her arms … read more

Ataxia Patient Can Work and Drive Again After Treatment

Ataxia Patient Can Work and Drive Again After Treatment

When Robin Schmetzer was diagnosed with spinocerebellar ataxia type 2, his doctors told him that there was nothing they could do for him. Robin’s mother did not want to accept this and began to search the Internet for alternative therapies. After extensive online research, she found Beike Biotechnology. Robin’s ataxia had progressed so far that he was barely able to eat or walk on his own. He felt abandoned by the doctors.

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Muscular Dystrophy shows Massive Improvements After Stem Cells

Stem-Cell-Treatment-for-Muscular-Dystrophy-Stops-Disease-Progression

Muscular dystrophy is a progressive condition characterized by muscle weakness and wasting. Rafael was diagnosed as a child yet has seen many improvements, including a slowed disease progression since undergoing adult stem cell treatment for muscular dystrophy. He has again traveled to a Beike Biotechnology’s partner treatment center in Bangkok, Thailand … read more