Category Archives: Stem Cell Treatment | Therapy

Qingdao Hospital Stem Cell Treatment Restores Eyesight for Brit Grandma

Published by:

Qingdao Hospital Stem Cell Treatment Restores Eyesight for Brit Grandma. A 76-year-old British grandmother who lost her eyesight (she was diagnosed with giant cell arteritis, an inflammation in the blood vessels) got her vision back following stem cell therapy in Qingdao Hospital in China.

Dorothy Leach is now able to make out faces, shapes, and colors according to a Daily Mail news report.

Continue reading









Stem Cell Cerebral Palsy: Jona Ghelli at XCell Stem Cell Clinic

Published by:

Stem Cell Cerebral Palsy: Jona Ghelli at XCell Stem Cell Clinic. The XCell Stem Cell Clinic in Dusseldorf, Germany has been receiving some negative press lately. First some British scientists accused the clinic of performing unlicensed and unproven stem cell therapies.

Then there’s this Daily Telegraph report about the death of a young boy following stem cell therapy at the controversial clinic.

Continue reading









Stem Cell Therapy in New Zealand: Prof Charles McGhee Cures Blind Patients

Published by:

Looking for stem cell therapy in New Zealand? Check out this story about the work of Professor Charles McGhee in using stem cells to help blind patients. According to stuff.co.nz, McGhee works for both the Auckland District Health Board as well as the Auckland University Medical School. Read the story below.

*****
When it comes to stem cell therapy success stories, the ones that are usually reported by the media involve treatments that succeeded in helping restore the eyesight of blind (or nearly blind) patients. This is the case for American Macie Morse who, according to reports, had a successful stem cell therapy in China. Another American patient, the legally blind Adam Kitchen, also successfully underwent stem cell surgery in China.

Continue reading