I have been told to go to Germany because they are a European clinic so they have to follow the standards in Europe. The other places (china, Mexico, etc) maybe they are ok but we really don't know what the stem cells are or where they are coming from (especially if they aren’t your own stem cells).
So this clinic is less risky for us, in his opinion. The stem cells from the bone marrow (our own cells) and transplanted by lumbar punction are the best (according to the studies) to stabilize the immune system (our big problem, they say).
I’m in the progressing phase of MS meaning I have to do 2 things (if I can). One is to stop MS to progress and the other thing is try to repair my nervous central system. For the first step I have done the treatment in Germany and to the second one I have to do a lot of physiotherapy and ….3 or 4 months later neural stem cells treatment when available.
The neural stem cells treatment is not yet available (as far as I know).
So, to answer your question, yes I would go again to Germany for the treatment and as far as I can notice, spasticity and leg spasms are getting better. Of course we have no guarantees that this treatment (or any other stem cells treatment) works for us.
Please, let us know about your decision and of course I’ll update if and when I have more news.