Nephron Cells To Reverse Kidney Disease & Renal Failure Cells To Reverse Kidney Disease & Renal Failure

Each kidney in the human body consists of about 1 million nephrons that are basically “filtering” units. Every nephron features a glomerulus which consist of a cluster of tiny blood vessels. Inside a kidney, toxins in blood may be removed through the glomerulus structure. High blood sugar often make the blood vessels thicken and become damaged triggering the Kidney Failure process.

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Causes of Renal Failure and Chronic Kidney Disease

Kidney Failure tends to disproportionately affect patients with other underlying medical conditions such as Polycystic Kidney Disease, pancreatitis, or Diabetes Mellitus. Doctors believe that sustained uncontrolled high blood sugar (and also high blood pressure) is the main cause of kidney failure for most people. Not all Diabetic patients have to suffer from eventual failure requiring a transplant or require emergency reversal of kidney disease with stem cells.  The Kidneys have the function of eliminating excess fluids from the blood through our urine. When kidneys start to fail, this function gets disrupted. More fluids start collecting in the body. Then, swelling begins. Patients often report have swollen eyes as well as swollen legs after some time the entire body might swells up.

When excess fluids and waste can’t be removed from the body naturally, patients begin to lose appetite. They might even begin vomiting  frequently as the bodies struggles with the excess stored waste. As kidney begin to lose functions other symptoms take hold, such as retaining helpful proteins in the blood supply called proteinuria. Proteinuria can be easily discovered with a simple urine test. Kidney disease patients who also have Diabetes can find that their urine turns out to be a little foamy in appearance.


Types of Acute Renal Failure

  • Recurrent kidney stones
  • “Anaemia” Low blood count from kidney disease
  • Kidney induced Lupus
  • Haemodialysis Elimination
  • Recurrent urinary tract infections
  • Renal artery stenosis
  • Peritoneal dialysis
  • Chronic or long term Dialysis at Hospital
  • Interstitial nephritis
  • Acute kidney failure – Sudden
  • Protein or Blood in the urine
  • Kidneys damage due to high blood pressure
  • Polycystic kidneys
  • Electrolyte imbalance
  • Chronic kidney disease (CKD)

Clinical studies have shown that red blood cells have the function of carrying oxygen from the lungs to provide all of the body’s requirements and to provide you the energy you’ll need for your day-to-day activities. Nevertheless, a failing kidney cannot secrete sufficient erythropoietin and lower levels of erythropoietin do not stimulate the bone marrow to be able to produce more red cells which results in anemia. When a patient has anemia, they might notice the skin or gums in the mouth are pale in color.(18564903)

Alternative Solutions For Kidney Disease without Dialysis or Transplants

Stem cells are the humans bodies repair mechanism. Stem cells can differentiate into any functional tissue cells. Kidney cells necrosis and/or kidney-cell-transplants-bangkokdecreased kidney functions can be seen in abnormal creatinine levels. Our Approved Stem cell Transplants for Renal Failure help to replenish the required kidney cells and thus promote a more normal healthy kidney function. There are two types of stem cells treatments that may be utilized in our Regenerative protocols for Renal failure using stem cells. One part of treatment is focuses on promoting proper kidney function, and the other would be to replenish red blood cell amounts to help reverse the decline in HGB level. The autologous mesenchymal cells are transfused back into your body through a simple blood transfusion that allows the circulating stem cells could to reach the kidneys via normal blood circulation. This breakthrough treatment for renal failure can be done with and without dialysis and demands no surgical operation that requires extended hospital stays only at the Regeneration Center of Thailand. The mesenchymal stem cell treatment for kidney disease is done in multiple stages but each daily session takes about two hours each time.(20620502)


For those suffering from moderate to late/terminal stage kidney failure, allogeneic cell therapy could help them by eliminating the need for dialysis or decreasing the frequency of dialysis. For patients with early stage of renal failure or kidney disease, the stem cell therapy prevents further damage on the kidneys functions, thus promoting regular kidney function. This treatment gives the patient an assurance that he/she will continue living his/her normal life without worrying about worsening of his/her kidneys.(18688653)

Please Note Late Stage Renal Failure Presents Many Complications. Travel to Thailand may not be ideal and may result in Disqualification for Treatment. All Treatments Must Be Approved in Advance Upon Submission of Current/Actual Medical Records From Patients Home Country.

Reverse Failing Kidneys with Mesenchymal Stem cells

Number of MSCs Injections for Treatment of Nephron Failure: 2-8 Infusions of Allogeneic Hematopoietic Mesenchymal Kidney Stem cells (Per Treatment stage requirement)
Types of Stem Cells and Delivery Method: Lab Enriched Mesenchymal Stem cells that are derived from HLA Matched Allogeneic stem cells, Cord blood stem cells,Placenta derived cells or for less severe conditions using Autologous cells that are derived from Peripheral Blood or Adipose Tissue depending on the severity of the underlying disease as needed. Our treatment does not require dangerous surgeries and the delivery of the cells will are usually made via a Guided CT Scanner (when necessary) or more commonly through an Intravenous Drip,Direct injection or Intrathecal Injections.(22553996)

Rehabilitation Options Post Treatment: Physical Rehabilitation therapy in Bangkok is typically not required unless there are other physical issues. Complete physical rehab services post-therapy can be provided upon request for 2-4 hours per day and up to 5 days per week. 
Medical travel visas and extended stay accommodations at a hotel or extended stay apartment for the patient and family can also be provided upon request.

Total Treatment Time Needed in Thailand:estimated around 2-3 weeks (depending on the severity of the underlying injury). Late Stage may require multiple stages to be effective in dialysis cessation and reversal of kidney disease.

Cost for Kidney Cell Transplants

Our non-surgical cell based treatment for renal failure / kidney dysfunction will require a minimum of 10-21 nights in Bangkok. Due to the varying degrees of Kidney damage and the stage/severity of the underlying disease our medical team and Nephrologists will need to qualify the potential patients needs before a detailed treatment protocol can be provided. Upon approval and acceptance, a detailed treatment plan will be provided that includes specifics and daily calendar for the total treatment plan along with the fixed medical related expenses (excluding accommodations or flights). To begin the qualification process for our multi-stage treatment protocol for CKD, Polycystic Kidney disease or Kidney/Renal Failure please prepare your recent medical records such as CT Scans,PET Scans and Creatinine levels/blood work and contact us today.

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  1. January 22, 2015
    Hi, i did dialysis since 2010, i have my kidney failure, doctor said because of my blood pressure is high, could be better with the stem cell? please explain to my email. Reply
    • January 23, 2015
      Hello Adang. We have sent you an email detailing treatment options for your Kidney failure. Please review and let us know if you have any questions. Reply
  2. January 10, 2015
    I am (Mr) Amrita Baroi from Bangladesh. I am doing dialysis for last 18 months. Three days a week. Other than kidney my physical condition is good. In 2011 Aug my creatinine level was 1.9. Then increased it quickly and reached creatinine level to 18.60 withiin next 20 months. My blood pressure was then 200/110. I am non-diabetic patient. At present my cholesterol is high.Please advise if there is a chance of kidney recovery with the help stem cell regeneration process. May I also know the cost. With Thanks. Amrita Baroi Reply
  3. December 31, 2014
    Hi Team I was referred to you by one of my friends. One of my office colleague is suffering from Kidney Disease. Doctors have not been able to identify the root cause of the disease and mention it as genetic. He is 35year old non smoker, non drinker, pure vegetarian person. His Creatinine level is 9.2 and is fluctuating between 7.5 and 9. Yesterday he is admitted to One of the hospitals in Pune, India and Fistula has been installed as a start up to Dialysis. I was suggested by one of my friends that Stem Cell Treatment at your center works wonders and the patient can still be cured. Please let me know if you need any further details of the patient and with this Creatinine level is it possible for Stem Cell Treatment. Reply
  4. December 15, 2014
    My Dad is 60 years old and has CKD, he is undergoing drug treatment, but the nephrologist has told him that his kidneys are failing and he will need to have dialysis or a transplant in the next 6 months. His current creatinine level is 4.8. Please advise if there would be any chance of his kidneys regenerating or recovering with stem cell treatment. Any advice or help you can give and also cost would be very welcome Reply
  5. November 9, 2014
    My husband is 72 years old and has CKD, he is undergoing drug treatment, but the nephrologist has told him that his kidneys are failing and he will need to have dialysis or a transplant in the next 6 months. He also had a heart attack 5 years ago and has had three stents implanted. He is currently undergoing tests at our hospital to see if his heart is strong enough to have a kidney transplant. Please advise if there would be any chance of his kidneys regenerating or recovering with stem cell treatment. Any advice or help you can give and also cost would be very welcome. Reply
  6. November 4, 2014
    I am age 72 still active with Gfr=17 due to uro blocking which has been removed by surgery. I leave in Belgium. Of course I go to nephrologist for check up twice a year . Only bad parameter is creatinine resulting in stage 4 Gfr and high cholesterol which i now cure by taking statins. Igo to Taiwan for work twice a year and often stop in Thailand on my way back .Could stem cell treatment have a chance to improve and regenerate some nephron deficiency? Thanks and best regards Philippe Reply
  7. October 26, 2014
    My husband has stage 4 CKD and id like to no how the Stemcell treatment works and all details including price and travel Reply
  8. October 18, 2014
    My sister is rapidly losing kidney function which is down to 20%. help!!! Reply
  9. October 1, 2014
    This is a very informative article. I am looking into vital information about kidney failure and this has been useful. Thanks for sharing - Ms. Wong Reply
  10. September 28, 2014
    I am going thru dialysis 2 times a week since February this year 2014 can stem cell cure me ? Before I had diabetes and high blood pressure. Reply
  11. September 19, 2014
    I need to know that what can help me to cure my kidney which not functuning well. I am diabetic also. Another major problem is that i suffer from vertico. Please advice at your earliest. Reply
  12. September 16, 2014
    Hello Doctor, My father-in-law has got kidney effect through high blood pressure that is 220 now and not going to be down from last two days. I am pregnant and my delivery is due on 1 Oct., and we have planned for stem cell banking. Is it possible to regenerate the nephron's through stem cells of my baby. Even he is heart patient also. He is in ICU. Kindly do send me required information as soon as possible. so that we can plan for treatment. Thanks. Shipra Reply
  13. September 8, 2014
    My Mother has an increase ureum and creatinin. .and she is adviced to undergo dyalisis but ahw didnt want..can u tell me more about stem cell for CKD? Really thanks for your time Reply
  14. September 7, 2014
    my nephew is in icu with acute pancretitis if his kidneys fsil are there a chance t heal them? Reply
    • September 8, 2014
      Hello Sharon, Patients in ICU are Not candidates to travel to Thailand for Kidney cell therapy. Please continue working with a qualified nephrologist in your home country to stabilize your nephew's condition first. Reply
  15. September 2, 2014
    I have stage 4 CKD, how can this treatment further help me? Do you have any studies published about this? How much is your package? and for how long will i have to stay? Reply
  16. August 22, 2014
    Sir/Madam, My mom is 65 years old type-2 diabatic patient and kideney failure indications .she is undergoing treatment her present kretanin level is 2.4 it has intiallially reached 4.5 a month back.Please advise me about cost and success rate of this treatment Reply
  17. August 16, 2014
    Hai Jsamransiri, I am a Pathologist in one of the hospital in Perak, Malaysia. My wife is on 3 x weekly haemodialysis for last 2 years. How long do we need to stay in Thailand and how can she continue with her haemodialysis there ? Any testimonial from kidney failure patient? Reply
    • August 18, 2014
      Hello Doctor Rifaei, Information you requested has been sent to the email you provided. Reply
  18. August 15, 2014
    I am a chronic renal failure patient. i am undergoing hemodialysis thrice a week. last week laboratory test showed my creatinine is 1300 before dialysis. after dialysis it goes down to 400. my phosphorous is 10, which makes my skin so itchy. other items were normal level. i am now 4 years in dialysis. my nephrologist told me to undergo transplantation of kidney. but it is very hard to find a donor with compatibality. is there any chance for me that i can be treated with stem cell theraphy or my disease can be reversed... please advice.. Reply
    • August 18, 2014
      Hello Mr Elias, An email with the information you requested has been sent to the email listed. Reply
      • October 16, 2014
        I had a kidney transplant 18 yrs ago, my kidney rejected and I'm currently on dialysis treatment 3 times a week (4 hour sessions), I have reserched organ regeneration through stem cell therapy. I would like to receive some information from your centre regarding this therapy and in what way you can help me. Although I live in Portugal, I have some family in Thailand. My E-Mail address : XXXXX - redacted I look forward to hearing from you soon. Reply
        • October 16, 2014
          Hi Nick, Thank you for contacting us. Im terribly sorry but we do not accept patients with previous transplants. Reply
  19. August 15, 2014
    I am 19 years old. I have been on dialysis for the past 5 years. Please inform me if there is any solution to renal failure. Reply
    • August 18, 2014
      Hello Ms Rabia, We have sent you an email with the information you requested. Reply
  20. August 7, 2014
    Dear Sir, I have been diagnosed with stage 4 renal failure, I also have high blood pressure, I am only 45 years old. Please let me have more information about my disease and what I can do to avoid stage 5 or dialysis. What diet I should go on and foods to avoid. Reply
    • August 7, 2014
      Hello Mr/Mrs McDonnell, Stage 5 or End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) typically do not qualify/make good candidate for treatment using stem cells due to significant limitations in travel,damage and/or treatment options. Please send us some more information so we can better determine. We have sent information request to the email provided. Reply
    • October 10, 2014
      Dear Sir my mom has been diagnose with kidney disease she is stage 3 and was told to go on a low protein diet, I have google some low protein diet and I am now totally confused cause the one say void one thing then another will add that same thing in a low protein diet, can u please let me know what fruits, vegetables, breads pastas, dietary products , juices, she can have,or can u please sent me a list of foods and snacks and cereal she can have. Thanks. Reply
  21. August 7, 2014
    Hi I have kidney disease my Creatinine is 1.30mg/do and my eGFR Is 57 how dad is this ?my GLLu is 100mg/Dl and all blood test is good. Is it possible to cure it or what are my options? Regards Sam Ibrahim Reply
    • August 7, 2014
      Hello Mr Ibramim, Thanks for contacting us. We have emailed you some information to review. Reply
  22. August 1, 2014
    Dear Sir, My doctor recommend that I start dialyses within the next month due to kidney failure as a result of type 2 diabetes. I am 65 years old male and I had by pass surgery about 3 years ago. Please let me have more in formation about yoyr treatment and cost. Regards, Hussin Zin Kuala Lumpur Reply
    • August 3, 2014
      Hello Mr Zin. As requested, We have emailed you more information about the treatment. Reply
  23. July 30, 2014
    i would like more information on the new treatment of kidney failure and cost. Reply
    • July 31, 2014
      Hello Mr Bello, We have emailed you more information about treatment for kidney failure. Reply
  24. July 23, 2014
    My wife has a kidney dises as a result of diabetics class one and will soon go on dialysis she is 54 had an open heart surgery 8or9years ago. And has a swelling foot please I need an advise if there is a chance recovery or seek your advice and cost if there will be any. Reply
    • July 24, 2014
      Hello Della, We have emailed you with the information requested for the treatment of Diabetes induced Kidney Disease Reply
  25. July 8, 2014
    I have a friend whose both kidneys are damaged as a result of diabetes and now on dialysis thrice a week. She is 75 years old Indian with all complication of High B.P, High Cholestrol..High Diabetes,had an open heart surgery eight years back. Please advise if chance of kidneys regenerating/recovery or seek your advice and cost. Reply
    • July 10, 2014
      Hi Francisco. Thanks for contacting us. Please have your friend email us at info (@) Reply

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