REASON FOR TREATMENT
During a routine health check, Mr. Luo's blood sugar were found to be high in 2001. With blood sugar levels higher than 8.9mmol/l he had no obvious symptoms of Diabetes. The medications he was prescribed with to control his blood sugar did not help.
In 2004, Mr. Lou's oral medications were replaced, which helped keep his blood sugar levels controlled well, but his glycosylated hemoglobin levels were still abnormal.
After another review of the glycosylated hemoglobin in June 2010, Mr. Luo has made a decision to try stem cell treatment. Another condition Mr. Luo has been suffering from for a very long time was a fatty liver and hyperlipoidemia.
CONDITION BEFORE TREATMENT
Before stem cell treatment, Mr. Luo's general condition was normal and he was able to conduct all daily activities. The only symptom he has experienced was slight fatigue, although it was not constant.
The main problem of Mr. Luo's condition was the high glycosylated hemoglobin levels.
METHOD OF TRTEATMENT
Stem cell implantation via multiple IV injections, and interventional stem cell implantation.
CONDITION AFTER TREATMENT
On the third week of stem cell treatment, Mr. Luo's blood sugar levels were controlled. A review of his glycosylated hemoglobin was 8.1, lower than prior to the treatment (8.3).
December 2010, we received a mail from Mr. Luo:
"I am sorry to reply you late as I am busy these days.
Since I was discharged from your hospital after stem cell treatment in July, I followed your recommendation to control my diet and exercise regularly. I had a health examination in October. Except for my fasting blood sugar which was a little above the normal range (6.16mmol/l), the other tests were very exciting for me. My glycosylated hemoglobin has decreased from 8.3 to 5.389 now. What's more, my fatty liver is cured now, and my lipid tests are normal.
I am very thankful for your work in your hospital. I will stay in contact with you to see whether I need to reduce my oral diabetic medications. Thanks again."