EmCell clinic is a world renowned stem cell treatment research facility located in Kiev, Ukraine. For nearly two decades, staff at EmCell have treated thousands of patients, performed over 6,000 embryonic or fetal stem cell transplants, and treated individuals from around the world, including the United States, Russia, Germany, and Poland.
The stem cell treatments designed at EmCell focus on helping to not only prolong life, but to improve quality of life for individuals diagnosed with chronic or incurable diseases for whom traditional or conservative therapies have failed to produce positive or beneficial results.
Treatments Offered at EmCell
EmCell treats a variety of chronic health conditions, including diabetes, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's, ischemic heart disease, liver diseases and cancers. The facility focuses on offering stem cell transplantation to help restore function of a variety of organs and tissues, and to prolong life, enhance emotional and mental outlook, and offer effective relief of a variety of conditions and functional disorders.
In the late 1980s, EmCell filed its first patented application and has continued to conduct exhaustive clinical trials and stem cell interventions since the early 1990s.
In 2002, EmCell was granted the Most Innovative Work Award by the Scientific Committee of the Annual Meeting of the Society of Medical Innovations and Technology. The facility has received numerous patents for developing methods of treatment for Crohn's disease, non-specific ulcerative colitis, muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis and diabetes, AIDS and HIV-related conditions.
Professor Alexander Smikodub holds a PhD is also credited as the inventor of the method of treatment with embryonic stem cells and is the head of the Cell Therapy Clinic of National Medical University. Dr. Smikodub regularly attends the European Congress on Anti Aging and Aesthetic Medicine. He recently attended the Stem Cell Frontiers 2008 seminar, dedicated to advancements in regenerative medicine. Dr. Smikodub, well-versed and experienced in the topic, often lectures on clinical applications of embryonic stem cells.
"Since the early 1990s, EmCell has offered state-of-the-art outpatient facility treatments, preparing stem cell suspensions and testing for use in regard to scientific or therapeutic purposes," says Dr. Smikodub. "For over 17 years, EmCell has provided quality treatments for individuals, and takes care to ensure that donors are carefully screened, and no post treatment cancers are reported."
A 60 year old patient named Diane was diagnosed with cognitive decline and a history of anxiety, psychosis, depression and stroke. She underwent stem cell treatment therapy at EmCell. Says her husband, "My wife seems to talk a little more than before; she seems more alert to her surroundings. She is also more at peace with herself. Before she saw herself going backwards, but now she knows there is hope." Two months later, Diane's husband wrote the clinic with an update. "Diane can talk without looking for the next word, and her memory is sometimes better than mine. She can make her own lunches, does laundry, and cleans around the house with no instructions. Her memory has improved."
Stem cell treatments and therapies will be the wave of medical care in the very near future. "We understand there is still a lot of confusion and misunderstanding in regard to stem cell research, technology, transplants and treatments," says Pramod Goel, CEO and Founder of PlacidWay, an international medical provider based in Denver, Colorado. "We strive to provide reliable information and resources regarding a variety of stem cell treatments and therapies to enhance greater understanding of this technology."
Visiting Kiev For Stem Cell Treatment
Kiev as one of the oldest countries in Europe, and yet offers a variety of state-of-the-art and advanced medical technologies. Kiev offers the beauty of the Carpathian mountains, the Dnieper River, and sights and landmarks throughout Sevastopol, Kiev, and nearby Yalta. Because of its economy, Ukraine is able to offer quality medical standards at competitive prices, with the added benefit of thousands of years of history, architecture and beautiful destinations for relaxation.