Stem Cell Treatment Facility has Success with Macular Degeneration

Stem Cells For Hope, a leading stem cell treatment facility, has had some treatment breakthroughs for treating wet macular degeneration

Offering regenerative stem cell transplantation to patients looking for alternative treatments to their illnesses, Stem Cells for Hope has shown great success with a 74-year old female macular degeneration patient from Kentucky.  Diagnosed with wet macular degeneration in 2002, Stem Cells for Hope was able to offer stem cell transplantation therapy and improve the vision of the patient.

It is hoped that medical conditions such as macular degeneration, optic nerve damage and diabetes may be treated with similar stem cell therapy.

According to Mr. Peter K. Sidorenko, a company representative “it will still be 12 to 15 years until any kind of stem cells will be authorized here for actual treatments” largely in part because in the United States, stem cell transplantation therapy is not FDA approved.