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Type 2 Diabetes

in Malaysia

The Overworked Fuel Injection System

Your car (body) needs fuel (sugar or glucose) to power its pistons (the cells in your body). However, too much fuel (glucose) can flood your engine (hyperglycaemia) and too little fuel can cause it to sputter and die (hypoglycaemia). Therefore, your car needs motor oil (glucose-regulating hormones) to ensure that it uses fuel (glucose) efficiently and safely. In type 2 diabetes, for reasons unknown, your car's pistons (the cells in your body)… More

Treatment Methods

01Engine Oil and Automatic Transmission Fluid

To get the fuel (glucose) level back to optimum, you start using engine oil (type 2 diabetes tablets). This helps regulate your fuel (glucose) levels for many years but, eventually, stops working. You then switch to automatic transmission fluid (glucose-regulating injections). However, you find that you have to keep using automatic transmission fluid (glucose-regulating injections) every few hours, otherwise, your fuel (glucose) levels soar or dip.

02The Mechanic

So, you finally call a mechanic (wjMSCs), who starts fixing your damaged fuel injection system (pancreas). The mechanic (wjMSCs) first fixes the overheating (inflammation) issue before salvaging some components (preventing your remaining pancreatic beta cells from dying). He then modifies the salvaged components to perform better (increase beta cell function) and replaces the damaged components with new ones (transforming into beta cells). Over time, you notice that you need to use less and less automatic transmission fluid (glucose-regulating injections) to regulate your fuel (glucose) levels as the mechanic's (wjMSCs') repairs have enabled your fuel injection system (pancreas) to resume distributing motor oil (glucose-regulating hormones) on its own.


Talk to Your Primary Doctor First

They're pros who can give you personalized advice and recommend the latest treatment options that suit your unique condition.

One Size Does Not Fit All

Our doctors decide how many wjMSCs, the transfusion method, and the rounds of treatment that you need based on your medical records. So, be sure to send them to your patient liaison.

Research Findings

Multiple universities and institutions from across the globe have examined the efficacy of using wjMSCs to treat type 2 diabetes and reported promising outcomes.

General Hospital of Armed Police Force, China
Significantly decreased glucose levels, improved C-peptide levels and beta cell function as well as decreased inflammation in 12 months.
University of Texas, United States
Significantly decreased fasting plasma glucose and blood glucose levels after meals and increased C-peptide and T cell levels in 6 months.
Weifang Medical University, China
Significantly increased fasting C-peptide and C-peptide levels. Three (3) patients became injection-free while the remaining 3 required lower doses of diabetes medications in 2 years.
Fuzhou General Hospital of Nanjing Command, China
Significantly lower fasting plasma glucose, blood glucose levels after meals, HbA1c levels, and resistance to diabetes medications as well as significantly increased C-peptide and total C-peptide secretion in 6 months.
Affiliated Hospital of Qingdao University, China
Significantly higher C-peptide levels and beta cell function as well as lower blood glucose and HbA1c levels and fewer diabetic complications in 3 years.
Anhui Medical University, China
Significantly higher and more stable improvements in skin temperature, ankle-brachial pressure index, transcutaneous oxygen tension, and fewer incidents of cramping pain as well as significantly increased formation of new blood vessels and completely or gradually healed diabetic ulcers in 3 months.
Chinese PLA General Hospital, China
Decreased dependence on diabetes medications by 50% and significantly improved glucose infusion rate in 6 months.

What Makes Us Different?

Premium grade passage 2 wjMSCs

Our premium grade passage 2 wjMSCs are ethically derived from the umbilical cord tissues of healthy human babies that have been delivered after 37 weeks of gestation.

cGMP & ISO 9001 certified

Our laboratory is not only current goods & manufacturing practices (cGMP) certified, but ISO 9001 certified as well, both of which are internationally recognised standards for quality management systems (QMS).

Crafters of high-quality products

Our bio-safety level (BSL) 2 laboratory adheres to international standard operating procedures to ensure cleanliness and sterility as well as the safety of the environment.

Patient journey for international patients

Enquire now

The Patient Liaison that you are assigned will require your medical information. To streamline the process, either send your existing medical records to your Patient Liaison or get a medical test done in your country of residence and send it to your Patient Liaison.

Planning your treatment

Your Patient Liaison will send your medical reports to our doctors, who will tailor a personalised treatment plan for you or request that you get more medical tests done in your country of residence and send it to your Patient Liaison.

Ready to begin?

Once you've agreed to the treatment plan, let your Patient Liaison know when you'd like to start your treatment. They'll coordinate with our doctors and book a treatment slot for you.

Secure your spot

Let your Patient Liaison know how many people will be accompanying you to Malaysia and if you have any special requirements, such as ambulance or wheelchair assistance. You'll need to pay a deposit depending on the duration of your treatment, number of travellers, and special needs so that your Patient Liaison may make appropriate hotel bookings and transport arrangements.

Visas made easy

Visit the Immigration Department of Malaysia's website to check if you need a visa to enter the country. You may apply for an electronic visa (eVisa) here. Let your Patient Liaison know if you require an Invitation Letter and they'll send you one.

Book your flight tickets

When booking your flight tickets, it's recommended to arrive two days before your treatment date and to depart the day after your treatment ends.

Malaysia Digital Arrival Card (MDAC) registration

Two days before your arrival in Malaysia, go to this link to register yourself and all other travellers.

Arrival & airport transfer

Your Patient Liaison will organise your airport transfer to the hotel and send you your driver's contact details via email. Log in to "Airport WiFi" to check your email once you've landed at KLIA and contact your driver.

Check-in & pay for treatment

Your Patient Liaison will meet you at the hotel and help you check-in. You will be required to pay the remainder of your treatment fee in order for the laboratory to begin preparing the products for your treatment, which will be two days later. We accept cash, online funds transfers, PayPal, and credit / debit cards (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, JCB, Union Pay).

Let the healing begin

Your Patient Liaison will arrange transportation to and from the treatment facility on the treatment date and walk you through the registration and discharge processes.

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