Amel Ismael Ali-Progressive Bulbar Palsy-(Iraq)

Name: Amel Ismael Ali                             
Sex: Female
Country: Iraq
Age: 58
Diagnoses: Progressive Bulbar Palsy, Hypothyroidism
Days admitted to the hospital: 33


Amel is a 58-year-old female. The onset of her disease was concealed and the symptoms progressed gradually. Amel was presented with progressive barylalia for the past year, and was diagnosed with ALS. At that time, her diet and sleep were good, but her weight decreased gradually. She took reluzole, but the disease continued to progress slowly. Three months ago, her symptoms included abnormal movements, difficulty with chewing and swallowing her food, and excessive salivation. All of these symptoms gradually became more serious. At present, she has motor aphasia, making it very difficult to communicate with people, and she has a lack of confidence in the treatment.

Amel was on a semi-liquid diet, the quality was poor, she got very little sleep and regularly had difficulties relieving her bowels.
Her family members looked into possible treatment options offered around the world. Amel initially went to Europe for treatment, however there were no improvements in her symptoms. They find out about Wu Stem Cells Medical Center on the internet and discovered that this medical center had successfully treated several patients suffering from progressive bulbar palsy. Amel and her family consulted with a doctor and the decision was made to come to our medical center for stem cell treatment.
Admission PE:

Amel had severe weight loss, was alert, but strained mentally and was emotionally fragile. Her speech was ambiguous. Her memory, calculation ability and orientation were normal. Both pupils were equal in size and round, the diameter was 3.0mm. Both eyeballs could move freely and flexibly and the pupils were sensitive to light stimulus. The forehead wrinkle pattern was symmetrical. Amel had strong eye closing ability. The bilateral nasolabial sulcus was equal in depth. The tongue was inflexible and could not extend to the teeth or move from side to side. The genioglossus had hypertrophy and contractions. The tongue was centered in the oral cavity and the teeth were shown without deflection. Amel was unable to expand her cheeks with air. She was able to raise the soft palate. The pharyngeal reflex was inactive and she had excessive salivation and often coughed while drinking water. She also had difficulty chewing and swallowing her food. This was accompanied with obvious dysarthria.


We initially gave Amel a complete examination. Then we proceeded with the self stem cells activation treatment to repair the damaged neurons. Amel also received treatment to improve the blood circulation to increase the blood supply to the damaged neurons. We also gave her traditional Chinese medicine and daily physical rehabilitation.


Amel had shown obvious signs of improvement after the second stem cells transplantation. Her speech is clearer than before, however there is still some fluctuation. She is able to eat more food now. There has been a decrease in the amount of salivation and the tongue can now be extended to the lips and can move slightly to both sides, but more so to the right side. The tongue muscles can move passively. Amel can expand her cheeks with air, slightly. The pharyngeal reflex is still weak.

Amel was depressed at the time of her admission, felt hopeless about the treatment, and would not communicate with others. After the treatment, she noticed the improvements and started feeling better about things. She became more open and communicated with other people. She smiled more often and it was clear that she was relieved with the results.

The entire staff at Wu Stem Cells Medical Center hopes she continues making progress when she returns to her home country. We wish her all the best.

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