Name: Miron
Diagnosis: Tay-Sachs disease
D.O.B: 01 January 2010
Gender: Male
Country: Russia

Treatment: Stem Cell Treatment, treatment to improve cerebral circulation and nutrition, with Rehabilitation Therapy and TCM (traditional Chinese medicine).


The patient was admitted to Beijing Puhua International Hospital due to regression in speech, mobility, and cognitive development for the previous year.

Medical Condition prior to Stem Cell Treatment for Tay-Sachs disease

Patient Miron was alert, but not cooperative in the examinations of memory, calculation and orientation. His muscle strength was weak, but with acceptable muscle tone in each limb. He was able to stand straight but ambulate only several steps with a shuffling gait. He was cognitively and emotionally under-developed.

Stem Cell Therapy for Twenty-eight days for Tay-Sachs disease

After admission for Tay-Sachs disease, several medical protocols were applied to her, including Stem Cell Therapy, medical improvement of cerebral circulation and nutrition, combined with Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and rehabilitation training.

Medical condition after Stem Cell Therapy for Tay-Sachs disease

Patient Miron’s general condition was improved after his SCT treatment for Tay-Sachs disease. He has more active emotional contact with others compared with the time when he was admitted. More facial expressions and smiles were noted. He started to make more words (like ‘car’…) spontaneously or repeatedly and he began to chew and swallow much better than before, and with less drooling. The muscle strength of his trunk and four limbs was significantly improved. He began to be able to support his trunk with his arms when lying prone. He began to sit steadily and can stand on his own. He began to walk more independently, with more speed and improved gait. His sense of balance also began to improve. His mother was very satisfied with the SCT treatment in Beijing Puhua International Hospital and made several videos of her child's continued improvement.
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