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    Autism or autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a term, unifying a wide range of conditions characterized by repetitive behavior, difficulties with social interaction and speech. ASD is a general name for a variety of subtypes of the disorder, every case of autism is unique in its manifestations. People diagnosed with ASD face difficulties with socialization accompanied by sleep disturbances, sensory issues, and gastrointestinal disorders. The exact causes of autism are not known but they can be conditionally divided into genetic and environmental. Statistically, autism affects 1 in 59 children. Autism is usually diagnosed by the age of two-three. The sooner the treatment is started – the bigger results can be achieved. Stem cell therapy is an advanced and effective method to treat disorders of the autistic spectrum. The trials have shown fantastic results, more than 60% of children treated with cord blood stem cells have shown significant improvements in social interaction and behavior.

    Stem cells stimulate blood and oxygen flow to the brain, replace damaged neurons and boost the immune system. Clinical studies show that intravenous administration of stem cells decrease inflammation and significantly alleviate symptoms of autism. The use of embryonic stem cells is a safe and effective treatment for patients with autistic disorder. Stem cells therapy has already improved the lives of many families and gave future to the children diagnosed with ASD.


    Improvements that can be expected after stem cell therapy:

    Reduced hypersensitivity to noise and odors

    Improving visual coordination

    Social improvement

    Developing the ability to read and write

    Speech improvement. Children greatly improve their vocabulary and speak much better.

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    • BRYAN

      Age: 7

      Country: USA


      I was visiting Infinity Clinic with my family for the autism treatment for my son. I have been in many medical institutions thus I do have what to compare. I was very pleased with an attitude to my child. Doctors were explained and giving answers to all of ours questions in which we were interested in without time limits. Doctor was very attentive, polite and made the examination in a very professional way. I have understood, that all what we had seen before was a pitiful semblance of medical services. I have appreciated doctors recommendations on treatment strategy, drug choose, exercises etc. very much. Four months have past and I see my child smiling that the only pushing thing in my life. Thank you doctor Viktor.

      Infinity Clinic

    A feedback on stem cell treatment of R.N., the mother, and J.N., the son

    Patient: J. N.
    Age: 8
    Country: USA
    Diagnosis: Autism
    Dates of treatment: December 19-20, 2011

    Patient: R. N.
    Gender: Female
    Age: 43
    Country: USA
    Diagnosis: Non-nodular polyosteoarthrosis of the large joints (knee, hips) without functional insufficiency of the joints.
    Dates of treatment: December 21-22, 2011

    Family N. (the mother and the son) were treated at our clinic. A year later, we received the following report on their health status.

    Dear Valentina,

    First and foremost I would like to thank you for having given my son and me the opportunity to have received the stem cells. The experience was absolutely amazing as it was remarkable. I would like to thank each and every one who was involved in our care during our stay in Kiev. The clinic staff were all so professional, courteous and exceptionally caring. I thank you all from the bottom of my heart….

    EmCell Clinic

    Patient V.S., Serbia

    Patient: V.S.
    Age: 6
    Gender: Male
    Diagnosis: Autism
    Country: Serbia
    Date of the treatment: Nov.21-22, 2011

    After the treatment of V.S. at our clinic, the parents of the patient wrote us a letter, as presented below.

    My son took a suitcase yesterday and of course I have started a communication with him regarding his “trip”; he is traveling to Florida.

    You must be very anxious to know how your “EmCells” patients are doing. In that regard I will write a short summary of my impressions and observations of his progress.
    Just to remind you that the intervention was performed on or about November 24.

    I would like to spotlight his intellectual abilities that are increased, focused, he will respond and understand absolutely everything that I ask him to do, assist me or if I insist on his patience and tolerance. He will no longer produce sounds like an angry spoiled kid, because he is AWARE that he will get nothing before he verbalizes his need. Also he knows what situations can provoke that he gets grounded and he avoids them. He started to anticipate; he tries to behave and do things in order to satisfy his environment….

    EmCell Clinic

    Artigas, Josep & Paula, Isabel. (2020). From autism spectrum to autism constellation. Medicina. 80 Suppl 2. 21-25.

    Research on autism and mental disorders has been unsuccessful over the past few decades, as can be inferred from the poor results related to advances in other diseases. It is concerning that, after more than a half century of research based on the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), no biological markers have been found to prove the validity of the DSM mental disorders. Criticisms to DSM have been focused mainly on the categorical conceptualization, false comorbidity and the polythetic nature of diagnostic criteria. The lack of validity of the DSM model requests for a change in research designs, in order to overcome the problems derived from a paradigm that has stopped to be productive. In the field of clinical practice, it is even more pressing a change of mindset in order to incorporate the heterogeneity of endophenotypes that overflows the classification of the DSM, to adopt a dimensional perspective of mental problems and to develop an alternative interpretation for comorbidity. Related to research are suggested designs based on Domain Research Criteria and a multifactorial analysis with very large samples (big data). For clinical practice it is suggested a dimensional approach based on the specificities of each person with autism.

    Marotta, Rosa & Risoleo, Maria Cristina & Messina, Giovanni & Parisi, Lucia & Carotenuto, Marco & Vetri, Luigi & Roccella, Michele. (2020). The Neurochemistry of Autism. Brain Sciences. 10. 163. 10.3390/brainsci10030163.

    Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) refers to complex neurobehavioral and neurodevelopmental conditions characterized by impaired social interaction and communication, restricted and repetitive patterns of behavior or interests, and altered sensory processing. Environmental, immunological, genetic, and epigenetic factors are implicated in the pathophysiology of autism and provoke the occurrence of neuroanatomical and neurochemical events relatively early in the development of the central nervous system. Many neurochemical pathways are involved in determining ASD; however, how these complex networks interact and cause the onset of the core symptoms of autism remains unclear. Further studies on neurochemical alterations in autism are necessary to clarify the early neurodevelopmental variations behind the enormous heterogeneity of autism spectrum disorder, and therefore lead to new approaches for the treatment and prevention of autism. In this review, we aim to delineate the state-of-the-art main research findings about the neurochemical alterations in autism etiology, and focuses on gamma aminobutyric acid (GABA) and glutamate, serotonin, dopamine, N-acetyl aspartate, oxytocin and arginine-vasopressin, melatonin, vitamin D, orexin, endogenous opioids, and acetylcholine. We also aim to suggest a possible related therapeutic approach that could improve the quality of ASD interventions. Over one hundred references were collected through electronic database searching in Medline and EMBASE (Ovid), Scopus (Elsevier), ERIC (Proquest), PubMed, and the Web of Science (ISI).