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Historic Breakthrough in Fighting Children's Batten Disease as China Stem Cells Give New Lease on Life to 6 Year Old California Boy
Date:1/30/2008

ages 2 and 4. This form progresses rapidly and always ends in death sometime between ages 8 and 12. The typical early signs of this type of NCL are loss of muscle coordination known as ataxia and seizures, along with progressive mental deterioration. Blake has suffered all these symptoms in the past year. Batten Disease/NCL as a whole is relatively rare worldwide, occurring in an estimated 2 to 4 of every 100,000 births in the United States according to several sources. Currently, there is widespread belief in global medical circles that premature death from this life-limiting disease is non-preventable. Tiantan Puhua Hospital has once again proved that its cutting edge stem cell therapy and comprehensive professional medical care can prolong and improve the life of patients suffering from previously thought untreatable nervous system disorders.

"When considering all options in the US and globally for Blake, I realized that Tiantan Puhua Hospital was the most qualified place to turn to due to the rational price of the procedure and treatment. After experiencing the wonderful level of care from everyone in China, I know we were right to choose Beijing. We are considering a second trip back," said Jeremy Jaeger.

About Tiantan Puhua Neurosurgical Hospital

Tiantan (Temple of Heaven) Puhua Neurosurgical Hospital, a Hospital under TP Biomedical Ltd., is a world-class neurological treatment facility in Beijing that is gaining renown as the world's foremost center for treatment of Parkinson's disease, brain injury, and a range of other neurological disorders through its groundbreaking stem cell therapy. The Hospital collaborates with the Stem Cells Research Center of Peking University, which is the foremost stem cells research center in China. There, stem cells are cultured for clinical application. To date, Tiantan Puhua Hospital has treated with stem cells over 60 international patients suffering from a range of neurological disorders. More details ab
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