Stem Cell Treatment for Alzheimer’s Dementia [Double-Prion Disorders]

UPDATED January 20, 2020 – Alzheimer’s is also known in medical literature as Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) is the most common type of dementia. As of Today, there are no effective pharmaceutical-based therapies for the illness.

The condition is terminal, and if left untreated will eventually lead to death. AD is generally diagnosed in older adults, aged sixty-five years plus, but of course; it can also occur in an earlier age. In 2018, an estimated 45 million people were suffering from AD throughout the world. Alzheimer’s is predicted to affect one in every eighty individuals globally by the year 2040.(24964731).  As recently as last year, the diagnosis of has quickly skyrocketed to become the fifth largest cause of death worldwide. Alzheimer’s makes up about 70% of these cases.  Alzheimers disease is currently diagnosed based on several factors including amyloid plaques and tau tangles “neurofibrillary tangles” (NFTs) which are toxic proteins in the brain and result in cognitive decline and eventually dementia. These self-propagating prion proteins are amyloid beta (A-β) and tau. Patients with higher levels of these prions are associated with early-onset Alzheimers.

What are Prions & Double-Prion Disorders?

Amyloid Plaques and Neurofibrillary Tangles – Prions are defective proteins that spread similar to infections in the human body. These proteins force good copies of proteins into the broken misfolded shapes that destroy the brain. The Double-prion-Disorders-alzheimersdouble-prion disorder refers to the two rogue proteins Tau and amyloid beta. Recent research has shown clear underlying causes of neurodegenerative diseases caused by a consistent buildup of misfolded proteins (plaques and tangles) that are sometimes referred to as “prion-like” and can now be measured much quicker than in the past.

Signs & Symptoms of Alzheimer’s

Alzheimers show a wide variety of symptoms, including personality changes, memory loss followed by severely impaired intellectual/cognitive functions that arise from the disease itself or from any trauma to the brain. Such symptoms are NOT part of the normal aging cycle and are usually severe enough to impact the daily activities, relationships, and independence of the affected persons. Alzheimer’s “AD” is the most commonly known type of dementia, but there are other diagnosed forms of neurodegenerative disease, including vascular and mixed dementia.

Difference between Dementia and Alzheimer’s

Patients with dementia usually have a rapid decline in memory function, learning, communication, and solving simple problems. For some, these changes take several years to occur, but for many, the neurological function deteriorates very quickly and if left untreated, will not be reversible.

The rate of progression and eventual outcome of  TDP-43 proteinopathy, AD and dementia vary patient to patient but is usually determined by the area of the brain that is affected and the type of dementia which they are diagnosed with.(18549326) Early diagnosis and treatment are the patient’s best hope. Thanks to modern tests for the disease, early detection is quite simple using advanced brain imaging such as CT Scans, MRI’s, clinical examinations from approved neurologists, and other diagnostic tests including DNA Screenings.

Typical symptoms & signs of Double-prion Disorders such as ALZ:

  • Loss of communication skills
  • Rapid Memory loss
  • Motor Function, Gait and balance issues
  • Difficulty making decisions
  • Difficulty with abstract thoughts
  • Faulty reasoning
  • Senile behavior
  • Inappropriate verbal and physical behavior
  • Impaired judgment
  • Sundowners Syndrome
  • Autonomic neuropathy
  • Disorientation of time and location
  • Paranoia, frequent agitation or Hallucinations
  • Complete neglect of personal hygiene and safety

People with Neuro Degenerative Alzheimer’s might also:

  • Asks the same question repeatedly
  • Cannot recognize family or friends
  • Unable to remember or follow directions
  • Become lost or disoriented in very familiar places

 Sundown Syndrome

Sundowning or “late-day confusion” is a common neurological symptom of Alzheimer’s disease. Patients and family members taking care of patients with the disease need to be aware that confusion and frequent agitation might depend on the time of day. The most dangerous type of Sundowning behavior includes persistent Hallucinations or wandering away from home. Sundowners often experience pronounced symptoms in the late afternoon or evening.  Sundowning usually occurs in middle-stage to advanced ALZ.


4 Types of Dementia

Disease symptoms are often very similar, which is why there is often trouble determining which type of dementia a patient might have. To make matters more complicated, some patients experience multiple types of overlapping symptoms and therefore, get diagnosed with “mixed dementia.” There are also cases of familial Dementia; however, the odds are very low ( less than 5% of all cases), and genetic testing can be done to confirm or deny hereditary involvement. The four most common forms of dementia are:

  1. Alzheimer’s Disease generally occurs after a rapid buildup of tau tangles or amyloid plaque proteins in the brain.
  2. Lewy Body occurs when abnormal proteins appear in nerve cells and result in impaired cell signaling or function.
  3. Frontotemporal – occurs when the temporal or frontal lobes of the human brain shrink or get damaged.
  4. Vascular – usually occurs after damage to the central nervous system after a brain stroke.

 Stem Cell Treatment for Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s disease distinctly affects each, and there are still the usual indicators that one is suffering from the disease. Early warning signs are more usually misconceived to be a normal aging process or just manifestations of stress and depression. In the initial stage, the most common symptoms you can observe are difficulty in remembering current happenings. Potential before-after-neural-stem-cell-transplantsParkinson’s Disease and AD patients can be diagnosed and verified through examinations that gauge behavior and thinking abilities, followed with a more thorough examination of Radiology scans of the brain. As the diseases become more apparent, the warning signs can include being frustrated quickly, irritated easily, growing much more hostile, wild mood swings, difficulty in speech, language and the long-term loss of memory. Scientists have found that as the patient becomes more and more affected, they usually begin to isolate themselves from their family and the community. The body is affected gradually, and unfortunately, the brain inflammation and systemic shutdown can lead to death.


Like ALS Disease, Alzheimer affects each person distinctively, and the displayed symptoms can be similar to patients with SMA, multiple sclerosis and Ataxia. Atherosclerosis (hardened arteries) is another common problem that leads to ischemic heart attacks, CAD, strokes, arthritis, peripheral vascular disease which results in having a very high risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. Consequently, due to so many variables, this makes it harder to predict how it will play out. AD could worsen without the patient’s knowledge and be left undiscovered for a long time. The usual lifespan for people diagnosed with Alzheimer’s is roughly three to seven years. According to Alzheimer researchers Less than three percent of patients can live up to fourteen years or longer after being diagnosed with AD.(25206630) This is the stage where enhanced mesenchymal stemcells can be used to treat Alzheimer’s disease. Learn more about cellular therapies

Stem Cell Transplants for Dementia

There are a few medications that have been researched and approved for the treatment of cognitive symptoms due to Alzheimer’s disease including cholinesterase inhibitors (Exelon, Aricept, Razadyne) and memantine HCl (Namenda). Side effects of these medications include vomiting, loss of appetite, nausea, constipation, confusion, dizziness, headaches, and chronic bowel movements. For those with early onset Alzheimer’s or who have not responded well to traditional ALZ medications, The Regeneration Center offers a unique and effective treatment plan to repair brain damage caused by Lewy body. Our functional therapies use multiple types of cellular lines, neurotrophic growth factors along with exogenous and endogenous cells to induce synaptogenesis which then helps to replenish damaged/lost neuronal connection/signal systems and helps reduce amyloid plaque in the hippocampus region of the brain. Endogenous cultured cells offer immunomodulation capacity with anti-apoptotic activity and introduce neurogenic properties to the damaged regions from the human brain where they proliferate and mature into neurotransmitters and functional derived neurons. Sensory precursor cells can be given intravenously or directly implanted to central nervous system areas to help promote the very of the patient. There is also substantial proof that transplanted brain cells or the neural precursor cells (NPCs) can survive and gradually develop into neurons, oligodendrocytes, and astrocytes via a process known as neurogenesis. Stemcells from dental pulp and cord tissue derived MSC+ for replacement of lost and damaged function. Other cellular lineages needed for neurodegenerative disorders include neuron progenitor cells to help induce endogenous neural precursors, help boost the structural neuroplasticity, increase pro-inflammatory cytokines to halt neuronal apoptosis.(25022790)


Approved Neuron Replacement Therapy

To push growth factors into the brain, stemcells can also be genetically modified. Studies indicate that the full-grown brain of the mammals preserves the capability to produce new neurons from the neural stem or progenitor cells. Stemcells for memory loss is one of the most practical and effective ways to repair the damages brought about by Brain Injuries, Strokes, Alzheimer’s (to improve memory), help to restore intellectual function with quality of life for the patient affected by the disease.(24783773)

Neural Stem cells and isolated exosomes extracellular vesicles provide the potential to repair the damage caused by Alzheimer’s and improvement in the cognitive function of patients affected with brain injuries and motor neuron disease.

Treatment Warning & Risks – Cellular transplants for neurological and spinal conditions are not Appropriate For all cases. Patients with older diagnosis, unidentifiable tissue damage, travel restrictions, or late stage diagnosis (high risk) may not qualify. Gene therapy for Alzheimer’s is not available. Contact us for more details.

Guidelines for Treatment for Alzheimer’s

Approved treatment protocol for Alzheimer’s disease using Neural stem cells will require a minimum of 14-21 nights in Bangkok. Due to varying degrees of cognitive and physical degeneration, our team will need to review any patient health files before acceptance. Once our review is complete we can offer a detailed treatment plan that includes the complete treatment steps, including the types of stem cells recommended, treatment costs and total nights required for treatment.

Rehabilitation Post-Therapy – Physical rehab sessions after treatment is optional but highly recommended in Thailand or your home country. Living with ALZ disease is challenging and depending on the patients timing constraints, physical rehab can be provided upon request for 2-4 hours per day and up to 6 days per week. 
In addition, visas and extended stay accommodations at a hotel or furnished apartments for the patient and family can also be provided upon request.

To begin the qualification process for our multistage regenerative medicine protocol please prepare your recent health records & radiology scan from Brain MRI’s, PET scan or CT Scan and contact us today.

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  • Hello, guest
  • My wife has been diagnosed with vascular dementia i am considering putting her in a nursing home soon becuas i am unable to take care of her. Recently she is always feeling sick and the doctors we have are not really offering much help. Her GP has tried donepezil, rivastigmine and Cholinesterase inhibitors but she not respond good and make her even more sick. She is losing weight cause she feel sick all the time and we think its maybe cause of medicince sideeffect. I dont think there is cure today but if we can slow down disease and make her feel better i want to try everything. Please send me informatiom.
    • Support Team
      Hello Mr Cedar, Thank you for contacting us. We have emailed you more information about treatment options for your vascular dementia. Please contact us again with phone or email if you have any more questions.
    • Support Team
      Hello Dr Singh. Are you clinically diagnosed with dementia or just displaying the symptoms such as impairment in memory, communication, and thinking?
  • My husband was diagnosed with dementia and early onset of Alzheimer's 6yrs ago be is 80 yrs.old and in great health . We live near Georgia is there a place here that does stem cell
  • My husband was diagnosed with early stage of ALZ and friends talked to us about stem cell treat and the benefits the treatment will offer for him. I don't really know anything about it and I will really appreciate if you can email information related to this treatment. I am not expecting him to be 100% the way he used to be but I would like to find something that will make his life more manageable. Thanks
  • I want to take my father for stem cell therapy for alzheimers. doktors in Dubai give him Aricept then Namenda few month ago but medicine cause always headache and dizzy and my father not like.We want to go to your center for treatment his condition.
  • My husband is suffering from loss of short term memory had not been diagnosed yet would he be able to get stem cell treatment and what would the cost be we live in Canada
    • Support Team
      Hi Ann,There are several causes of short term memory loss so it would be best if he had a proper diagnosis for Alzheimer's or Dementia before exploring treatment options.
  • Hi my name is Pam, 3 months ago my partner age 61 got diagnosed witn the early onset of Alzheimers. Can you stem cell treatment help. Do you currently have payients that have undergone the treatment, and what are the results like. I understand each individual differ. It would be good to know that yhe treatment worked for some people if not all. We are on Australia.
  • Just found out that my mother and her brother have developed Alzheimer's. One of their older cousins died from AD in 2013, She has recently been admitted into a full service nursing home for her advanced stages. Is there a treatment for such cases?
  • Is this treatment suitable for early stage Lewy body dementia. My husband is 65 and not taking any medication
  • Is there any other way to cure alziemers by damaging the amyloid beta proteins and tau proteins?
  • My wife has Alzheimers and does not qualify for any clinical trials. Her diagnosis was about 1 year ago and we want to prolong her health as long as possible. Our neurologist told us try stem cell therapy as an alternative which is why we are contacting you. Can your treatment help her? Please contact me as soon as possible.
  • I was recently diagnosed with onset Alzheimers and still have to tell my wife. I think i may be a good candidate for stem cell therapy but im really not sure.Over the past 10-15 months things have gotten worse fast and my repetitive stories and forgetfulness are making it worse. What kind of improvement will i see? Will you please call or email me thanks.
  • I have been reading alot bout the use of adult stem cells to regrow neural tissue but i really don't understand how it all works together. I know our brain is very complex so won't regrowing nerve tissue affect other areas? Or is the goal to regrow myelin sheath or just brain cells? My father has Alzheimers and we are looking at your Allogeneic stem cell therapy for treating his condition. I don't expect him to return 100% to who he was but we are just trying to improve his condition enough so that he is not so helpless.
    • Support Team
      Hi Clarissa, Thanks for contacting us. Please email us with more information. Our email is info (@)