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For over 30 years stem cells have been used to treat patients with conditions such as leukemia and lymphoma. Stem cells are used in the treatment of a wide range of conditions today with positive and encouraging results.

The following diseases have been treated by various stem cell practitioners with generally positive results:

• Alzheimer's
• Anti-ageing
• Brain Damage
• Cancer
Cardiac Disease
• Cerebellar Ataxia
Cerebral Palsy
• Crohn's Disease
• Diabetes
• Diabetes Type II
Eye Diseases
• Heart Disease
Kidney Disease
Liver Disease
• Lupus
• Macular Degeneration
Multiple Sclerosis
• Muscular Dystrophy
• Parkinson's Disease
• Primary Lateral Sclerosis
• Rheumatoid Arthritis
• Scleroderma
• Spinal Cord Injuries
• Inflammatory Bowel Disease
• Transverse Myelitis

Whether the treatment is appropriate for you, will be determined in consultation with our resident medical practitioner.

Repeat treatments may also be necessary in certain cases – and this will be discussed with you before initiating treatment. We have various plans available that allow you to face the process with confidence, knowing that repeat treatments have been provided for, should they be needed.

Since most diseases treated by us are part of a continuous degenerative process, boosters might be necessary. (booster treatments are usually essential in certain diseases, such as ALS and MS). Stem cells repair and regenerate, and may have limited effect on the progress of the disease itself, although your immune response might be enhanced, slowing down the disease process. The treatment is not a cure – it is a process of repair that occurs at varying levels in different patients and disease states.

The process
After completing the evaluation form, you will be contacted by the Regenecell Patient Counsellor, who will arrange a mutually convenient time for you to consult with the physician.

The Regenecell physician will go through your medical history at length to determine your eligibility for treatment.

Once you are approved for therapy, and payment is received, we will order your cells from our laboratory.

You will also require blood tests which your doctor can arrange or they can be performed at the treatment centre. These will be at your own cost and the results will be available the next day.

Therapy can only progress once these results have been received by Regenecell.

Your Regenecell counsellor will inform you of the costs once your initial evaluation has been processed.

Submitting the evaluation places you under no financial obligation.

Costs are dependant on the concentration of cells needed as well as the number of treatments required, subject to the protocol of the accredited supplier. Some diseases require single treatments, whereas others demand booster doses. We will endeavour to provide you with the most cost-effective treatment regimen available.

Payment must be made in full at least 30 days before treatment to secure your treatment booking and acquisition of necessary cells.

At no stage should you feel coerced to make the decision to receive treatment. We respect that it can be a difficult financial commitment for some, and should therefore never be rushed into with unrealistic expectations.

Important: Should you require subsequent booster treatments, these are offered at a discount on condition that you have completed all follow-up consultations to date.

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