Patient letter Teresa

Von Willebrands Disease is a lifelong Bleeding Disorder. It is a Hereditary Condition where the person does not produce blood clotting protein. Type 3 is the most severe form of this disorder. The Stem Cells we use can overcome the effects of the disease by adding new donor genetic material.

Here is what this patient had to say about her ongoing improvement since Stem Cell Therapy three years ago.

“The last bleed was last year on Dec 6th, that one was bad and I had to be hospitalized for it. But it was the only bad one I had all year, so overall I would say my health has improved greatly. I've stayed out of the hospital 90% of the time over the last 3 years and most of the bleeds I have are not severe like they were. Right now I'm on my longest gap without a bleed, I've gone 115 days so far from my last one, which is a new record for me. I'm still seeing improvements even 3 years after the stem cells. Hopefully this will be my best year so far.”

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