I received a mesenchymal stem cell infusion in December in Athens. The doctor organizing things is Dr. Shimon Slavin of the CTCI in Tel Aviv. I had the extraction in Tel Aviv, they cultured the mesenchymal cells, and then the infusion.
I was debating at the time waiting to learn more about CCSVI, but I'm glad I didn't. It's now been almost 2 months, and I have experienced amazing recovery. The cell therapy is expensive - USD$28,000 - but well worth it. I am doing better, and based on past performance of the therapy I can pessimistically expect at least 3 years of remission, perhaps more. This is allowing me to relax a little bit and find out all I can about CCSVI scanning and treatment. I'm on the BNAC list, obviously, and I'm in touch with Stanford, but if it takes months for things to become more clear, I am not loosing time!
If you can spend the money, contact Drs. Slavin or Gesundheit at the CTCI in Tel Aviv. Their patient co-ordinator is named Orit, and her contact info should be easy to find online. Dr. Slavin has been researching mesenchymal stem cells for longer than anyone else, and is the absolute top of the field. The people in Germany are a close number two, from what I read, so they're also not a bad option.
Meanwhile, while you are organizing that, or deciding between treatments, I am going to strongly encourage finding a Dr to prescribe LDNs to you. Low Dose Naltrexone is cheap (~USD$200 for a 6 month supply), effective for many people, and it has zero contraindications with any other treatment. It's completely safe. It's not the MOST effective drug out there, but it has helped people at all stages of MS by slowing relapses and even leading to certain amounts of recovery. It is NOT worth waiting to get on LDNs. Go to http://www.lowdosenaltrexone.org/
to find out more, and to find a list of Drs and pharmacies that deal with LDN.