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Treatment for Kidney Disease


‘Standard Care’ hospital treatment for kidney disease essentially consists of keeping the kidneys functioning as much as possible for as long as possible, with little hope of recovery or ‘cure’. Medical advances have proved that stem cells have a remarkable regenerative power to increase the function of the kidneys, liver and pancreas.

Stem cell treatment for kidney disease has been shown through numerous studies and case histories (we have selected a few for you here), including our own, that damaged kidney tissue can be repaired and the kidneys become healthy again.  We have seen reversal of symptoms of many conditions affecting the kidney and other related organs.


Can Stem Cell Treatment ‘Cure’ Kidney Disease?

We can’t yet say that we have a ‘cure’ for kidney disease, but the medical effectiveness of Autologous Stem Cell Treatment is now viable and worthwhile.

Global Stem Cells has seen marked improvements in kidney function during and after stem cell treatment, improvements that are rarely seen in standard hospital treatment.  The failure of the usual medical treatments is that they do not effectively help the kidney(s) to heal damaged tissue, so the limited kidney function continues to create more and more damage and dysfunction. Read some of our patients' testimonials

Using a patient’s own stem cells to create new healthy kidney tissue allows the kidney structure to become more healthy. This increases the kidney’s ability to function properly, which in turn allows the kidney to remain healthier.

Stem cell therapy for kidney disease has the potential to, not only stop the downward spiral of increasing damage and faulty function, but to heal damaged kidney tissue and restore increasing levels of function.

“My blood work showed today that my Kidney function has improved!”

~ Daniel Curtis, Adipose Stem Cell treatment 1/19/13

See more of our patients’ success stories on our testimonial page.


The Stem Cell Treatment Procedure

The technique that we use requires a simple mini liposuction at the abdomen. The stem cells will be collected from the fat and activated with patented technology using a specialized light source. We will also take blood from which we will collect PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma). The stem cells along with the PRP will be given back to you the same day via intravenous drip.

This procedure requires about 3-4 hours to complete.

Stem cell therapy offers real hope for the return of healthy kidney function because:

  • Stem cells can reproduce and multiply
  • Stem cells can search out and find damaged kidney tissue
  • Stem cells can impel the kidney to improve filtration and function


Who Is A Candidate For Stem Cell Treatment?

There are a variety of factors that determine whether stem cell therapy is a viable option for any particular individual with kidney disease.

After a preliminary intake conversation with the staff of Global Stem Cells, the patient will speak with a stem cell doctor to go over the history and current health status of the patient.  Along with answering questions and explaining exactly what stem cell treatment involves for that person, the doctor will assess whether stem cell therapy would be a worthwhile medical option.

Other requirements for receiving stem cell therapy for kidney disease in Thailand include:

  • Being medically capable to board a plane and to fly to Thailand
  • The ability to stay in Bangkok, Thailand for approximately 10 days
  • Being well enough such that the minor liposuction procedure is not a health risk

Would like more information about Thailand as a destination for stem cell treatment? Click here.

To understand what to expect during treatment with us, see the Patient Journey page. Please contact us for any questions or queries. 


Scientific Articles:

  1. Adipose Tissue-Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells To Restore Renal Function. Eirin A – Stem Cells. 2012 May;30(5):1030-41 
  2. Adipose Tissue-Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells: A Fat Chance of Curing Kidney Disease?Fangming Lin - Kidney International (2012) 82, 731-733 

Are you a candidate for Stem Cell Treatment?