Sparta, NJ (PRWEB) August 11, 2009
Donna Vander Ploeg, and Nina Palumbo, two residents of New Jersey, have recently returned home from The Stem Cells For Hope's Mexican Treatment Clinic. Both woman received treatment for their MS, and both women, for the first time, have shown tremendous improvements. Palumbo recently walked across the house without a cane, the first time in six years she had gone that far without any help. For the first time in two years, Vander Ploeg has taken steps away from her wheelchair. Her eyesight in left eye, once blurry, has returned, and she now has feeling in her hands and feet.
Started in 2005 by Peter K. Sidorenko, Stem Cells For Hope (SCFH) has been working to break new ground in the field of Stem Cell Transplantation treatments. SCFH is a leader in providing stem cell treatments and regenerative stem cell transplantation to patients looking for alternative treatments to their degenerative conditions via their international network of doctors, clinics and hospital facilities. Medical conditions that have been treated with Stem Cell Therapy include MS, Parkinson's, stroke, macular degeneration, optic nerve damage, and diabetes. Other conditions are evaluated by the Medical Advisory Board on a per case basis.
SCFH's Corporate Headquarters is based out of Long Island ,NY and pays taxes in the U.S., but due to the current legal restrictions in the United States, Mr. Sidorenko, and his partner Walter Kravchenko, offer SCFH's services to their patients outside of the U.S. in Mexico and Eastern Europe. Peter Sidorenko, the Chief Operating Officer of Stem Cells for Hope, said both women can expect to continue to see improvements by following the Post Treatment Recommendations provided by the Clinic, as the stem cells continue make their way to the brain and into the circulatory system. He said positive effects, whether minor or dramatic, will always continue and need to be cultivated through program of physical therapy, exercise and diet. According to Mr. Sidorenko and Mr. Kravchenko "Everyone who's gone (for the treatment) has seen a positive effect."
Stem Cells For Hope has a distinguished and diverse Medical and Scientific Advisory Board which is comprised of Surgeons, MD's, Ph.D.'s, scientists and research fellows who are responsible for patient evaluations, producing abstracts on the medical conditions and treatment of patients. Their tasks include the development of research papers to be published in various medical publications and journals, and prepare patent applications that will eventually go before the FDA.
SCFH is currently looking for additional prime, successful, international Clinic locations to add to their network portfolio of medical service providers.
For additional information regarding Stem Cells For Hope, please visit their website or contact Walter Kravchenko or Peter Sidorenko directly.