Clara had a severe heart attack in 2004. Before contacting us she had received adult stem cells from a company in Thailand - a process requiring at least a one week stay.
When she contacted Stemaid™, she had just had an echo-cardiogram showing that her overall left ventricular ejection fraction was estimated to be 30 to 35%. She opted to receive one injection of 5 million Embryonic Stem Cells by Stemaid™ in November 2010. She arrived at 1pm and was done by 3pm the same day.
We received the following email from her in April 2011: I had an EKO last week and rate is 44%, up from the 33/35% it was before I received Stemaid's stem cells! . Are the stem cells still available and still as good?
Thought I’d share with you the results of my heart echo. They said the refraction was 40 percent! I find it hard to believe but I assume it has to be fairly accurate. My refraction hasn’t been that good for at least 15 to 20 years. Can’t wait to get the reaction from some of my doctors. Thanks again. -- Randy McEwen
Cardiovascular disease or "heart disease" is a class of diseases that involve the heart or blood vessels.
The heart naturally contains a small amount of cardiac stem cells, which are produced when there is a need for more heart cells or when damaged once need to be replaced. These cardiac cells are produced in high quantity for about one week following a "heart attack"; however, this process halts after one week.
Studies show that by introducing embryonic stem cells into the body, the heart starts to repair within minutes of injection and continues to do so for 7 days. Additional week-long repair is triggered with each new injection of embryonic stem cells.
If you have suffered from an infarction, we suggest a minimum of 18 injections of ESC over the course of 3-4 weeks in order to gain significant repair.