Review from Marina and Dima, parents of Demian (5 years old)
Review update, October 2021:
I am Marina, the mother of a special boy Demian, he is 5 years old. We live in Latvia.
On April 22, 2021, Demian underwent transplantation of his own stem cells to correct autism at the Mardaleishvili clinic in Georgia.
During these 5 months, Demian has made significant progress in development. The first thing we got from the transplantation is the ability to use the toilet. Literally 3-4 days after the procedure, Demian learned to use the toilet, removed the pampers, which we have been trying to achieve for 2 long years.
The understanding of addressed speech improved twice. Previously, he did not respond to our requests (come here; take off your pants; turn down the volume on the phone), now, he fulfills almost all requests.
Demian seemed to have matured, become more independent, learned to inform his desires to us. He allows to brush his teeth, daytime sleep is corrected, before, it was difficult for him to fall asleep.
All experts note that Demian has become more diligent and attentive. Studying and new skills are given to him much easier, he learned how to assemble puzzles, a pyramid, all this did not work out before the transplantation. Demian learned the alphabet, puts words together. Now we are trying to learn the numbers.
We are very glad that we trusted the doctors of the Mardaleishvili clinic and hope for the further success of our Demian.
Review from April 2021:
We are Marina and Dima, the parents of Demian, a special boy. He is 5 years and four months old. We are from Latvia.
In Tbilisi, on April 22, Demian underwent transplantation of own stem cells from the bone marrow to correct autism at the Mardaleishvili clinic. We have been preparing for this for 8 months. Demian was gaining weight, and additional examinations were being prepared.
We are very glad that in the end we have reached this clinic, in the hands of professional doctors and, not least, sympathetic and kind people.
The procedure was successful. Demian feels well.
We are very pleased to return home and hope to share the first results of the procedure soon. Good luck to everyone.