My experience with the treatment is posted on the CCSVI Clinic site. Recent patient experiences are on the facebook page. I just received my second in home consusultation with Dr Doug as part of the five year clinical study group. I continue to demonstrate improvements 16 months post procedure, slowly but surely. Here is a recent post of mine to a patient who claimed to have undergone two previous CCSVI Angioplasty and two Adipose stem cell treatments.
Bob, to my knowledge, over the past few years the Clinic using Regenetek’s protocol has treated many MS patients with highly varying degrees of disability. It's really a ‘liberation therapy’/stem cell combination treatment that is unique to the clinic because it is based on Broeska's research that used dozens of results from all kinds of clinical trials. With someone like you who has a history of previous MS related therapies as you have posted, the science behind the treatment is simple because it uses safe non-invasive procedures but quite complex in what has to occur and the way it has to occur for it to be effective. Treating MS is not as easy as a simple balloon expansion of a vein. Yes, ccsvi angioplasty as you know first hand, can often offer some MS patients symptomatic relief. Unfortunately as you are also aware from your first-hand experience, only a small percentage of patients enjoy any long term benefits. Regenetek’s ccsvi/stem cell protocol is the only treatment option I'm aware of that offers a viable solution that may actually prevent neck veins from restenosing. This is achieved by delivering bone marrow derived stem cells directly to the point of the neck vein stenosis while the patient is undergoing the venoplasty procedure. There are some clinics performing just balloon expansion of the neck veins multiple times on patients with absolutely no regard for long term detrimental effects. I think that anyone can see that this is happening after reading all of the social media. But this Regenetek protocol goes even further than stabilizing the expanded veins with stem cells. In a follow-up procedure these same autologous stem cells are then cultured and delivered back to the patient via intrathecal infusion.It is important to differentiate between the ability of bone marrow derived stem cells compared to adipose derived cells, along with infusion techniques. The stem cells they are using from the bone marrow derived cells are capable of becoming brain tissue leading to the repair of areas of disease degeneration in the brain and central nervous system. As we know most medical tourism stem cell clinics are treating patients multiple times with adipose derived and even umbilical cord intravenous ONLY infusion. Often patients don’t respond or are only demonstrating minimal short term results. As far as I am aware, no patient treated at CCSVI Clinic, in India has required re-treatment due to deterioration or regression to their disease. And I am in touch with many patients who have had this therapy because I want to know too. Because MS is degenerative disease, neurological damage that as been sustained in each patient will vary in a wide range over the course of the patient’s disease progression, and therefore every patient will respond to treatment individually. From my own personal experience and conversing with fellow patients, we are ALL experiencing unprecedented relief from the symptoms of MS. Some patients have demonstrated remarkable symptom relief while others experience the healing process gradually. I am generally coming back to function, but that’s because my disabilities were different based on the damage done in my brain by the disease. One thing I DO KNOW, is that I don’t have my disease anymore going on 17 months. And I believe the general consensus amongst the patients who have had just the one intervention is that they are all showing continued benefits post treatment with no signs or disease progression. This alone is worth the price of admission. Regenetek’s Combination Therapy is an ongoing five year clinical trial to study the safety and effectiveness of the treatment. No one claims it is a cure for MS, but it’s certainly going in that direction. If you want to know more, please message me. I hope this helps, but there’s no doubt in my mind what I’d do if I had to do it again. This therapy is the only one that I should have gotten.