Name: Fahmida Ward
Age: 61 years old
Country: Australia

Mrs. Fahmida Ward has diabetes, and despite strict medications, she was unable to keep her insulin levels under control. Diabetes also affected her kidney. Then she learned about the benefits of stem cell treatment. She is now extremely satisfied with the results post-therapy and has complete faith in this “future of medicine.” Here is a piece of her conversation with Advancells.

Fahmida Ward, Type 2 Diabetes Treatment StoryHello, I am Fahmida Ward. I am 61 years old and I have been suffering from type 2 diabetes for the past 20 years. Despite my best efforts, my blood sugar level remained uncontrolled, which caused me to become apprehensive and concerned about my health. I was taking a high dosage of insulin, which also affected my kidney functioning. My eGFR reading was 65 before stem cell therapy and I was on dialysis. 

I made the decision to explore alternative therapies. I started looking for alternatives to insulin shots for managing my diabetes. My research led me to learn about stem cell therapy. Numerous reports and articles claimed that using stem cells to treat diabetes was helpful and efficient.  Finally, I found Advancells as a result of my ongoing search…

1st Dose of Stem Cell Therapy

I underwent my 1st stem cell infusion on the 31st of August 2019. The doctor opted to treat me with autologous bone marrow-derived stem cells. My health status led to administering the injection via a site-specific route.

The results of the stem cell therapy were terrific! My eGFR reading went from 65 to 95 and I didn’t have to worry about dialysis anymore. My blood sugar levels were controlled and I can see improvements in my energy levels too!

After all these improvements, I decided to undergo a second infusion of stem cells.

2nd Dose of Stem Cell Therapy

There were lots of improvements in my condition after the first stem cell transplant. So, I underwent my second shot of stem cells on the 29th of November 2022 at Advancells. This time the doctor decided to inject the stem cells via the intravenous (IV) route.

Now, I am anticipating further improvements in my condition in the coming days. And I would recommend that all diabetic patients proceed with stem cell therapy. Because it is absolutely risk-free, has no adverse effects, and produces significant results.