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Dr. Choy's PLDD treatment method is used by Dr. Gian Paolo Tassi in Italy where he has successfully performed the procedure on hundreds of patients. PLDD is synonim with Dr. Gian Paolo Tassi's in Italy. Being the only accredited specialist to use this method in the peninsula, in cities such as Rome, but mainly San Benedetto del Tronto in Marche region, in Italy.
Stand Up Prosthetic Urology Center of Excellence for Penile Implants is located at the heart of Gangnam, also known as the Beverly Hills of South Korea. Our state of the art facility consists of an outpatient office, 2 OR rooms, a sterilizing room, as well as several recovery rooms.
We are also proud to host our very own American patient liaison, who is always available to meet any and all of our overseas patients’ needs during their stay in South Korea.
Our services have being approved, certified and recognized by government institutions as effective therapies. We are the first private clinic in Austria to offer these services as standard care of treatment without the necessity of enrollment in a clinical trial.
Institute of Cell Therapy in Kiev, Ukraine, develops and implements the newest scientific achievements in the area of cellular therapy to medical practice, uniting classic methods of treatment and modern science-intensive biomedical technologies.
Beijing Puhua International Hospital (BPIH), located in the heart of Beijing's cultural center, has been delivering international-standard healthcare since 1995. Learn about the stem-cell and cancer hospital here.
At Beijing Puhua International Hospital, the price for the Spinal Cord Reconstruction and Stem Cell Implantation package starts from $30,780 (4 weeks, non-surgery) and $33,783 - $38,288 (3 weeks, cervical segment).
Two patients who suffer from the same neurological disease can have very different symptoms, which progress along very different paths. For these reasons and more, getting a second opinion is important.?