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WHO WE ARE

The goal of Stemcell Africa is to provide new hope through the latest advancements in regenerative medicine for autism, cerebral palsy, downs syndrome, muscular dystrophy, stroke, spinal injury. head injury and other neurological disorders. We create awareness on the highest standard of health care and personal attention to each and every patient seeking our help.

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WHY CHOOSE US

Properly informing the patient and making sure that all the steps of the treatment plan are clearly understood is essential. This way, a relationship of trust is formed between the patient and the staff. All of our doctors are highly-trained specialists accredited by clinic. Each member of our team is devoted to providing every patient with outstanding service.
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Autism

Autism is an intricate neuro- developmental disorder which affects the performance of a certain brain area that leads to slower mental growth.

Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral Palsy is a condition in which the patients experience abnormal brain development or injury to the brain as it grows.

Traumatic Brain Injury

The damage caused to the brain followed by a trauma to the head. It is caused by other forces too and creates various complications.

Muscular Dystrophy

Muscular dystrophy is referred to a set of more than 30 genetic diseases that cause progressive weakness and deterioration of skeletal muscles used in controlled movements.

Intellectual Disability

Intellectual Disability is also known as intellectual disability and it is a developmental problem which becomes evident during a child’s developmental years.

Stroke

A stroke is a result of a block that cuts of blood supply to the brain. This requires immediate medical attention and treatment.
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WORLD CLASS INFORMATION

Stemcell Africa runs a world class knowledge sharing network for all the latest advanced medical treatments. You can request to join our WhatsApp, Instagram, Facebook and other social media platforms for in-depth information on the treatments we recommend.

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Learn more about what happened during our past events

Traveling away from home is tough, and traveling away from home for medical reasons is even harder. We strive to make this trip as comfortable for you as possible.

Take a look at the different times we have been featured in various news times for our work
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COMMON QUESTIONS

In a journal of JAMA Pediatrics, researchers from Aarhus University in Denmark have stated that children with older siblings detected with an autism spectrum disorder are likely to carry on the same. The child born to the same parents have a 7.5 risk factor to be detected with autism. While maternal born siblings have a 2.4 greater risk factor, paternal half siblings have a lesser risk factor. Therefore it is essential that parents need to keep all risk factors in mind before deciding upon having another child. In case you decide to have another child, discuss matters clearly with the doctor. Take all the preventive measure needed like prenatal folic acid and avoid overexposure to toxins.
In a journal of JAMA Pediatrics, researchers from Aarhus University in Denmark have stated that children with older siblings detected with an autism spectrum disorder are likely to carry on the same. The child born to the same parents have a 7.5 risk factor to be detected with autism. While maternal born siblings have a 2.4 greater risk factor, paternal half siblings have a lesser risk factor. Therefore it is essential that parents need to keep all risk factors in mind before deciding upon having another child. In case you decide to have another child, discuss matters clearly with the doctor. Take all the preventive measure needed like prenatal folic acid and avoid overexposure to toxins.
The answer to this question varies with every case. But in general, a child with mild CP can learn to walk independently and a child with moderate CP may need external aid. Child with severe CP however are generally wheelchair bound.
Yes, there are several medical aids available to help your child live a better life. Although No cure is yet known.
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