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Is there any cure for retinitis pigmentosa due to which vision is slowly decreasing ?

Is there any remedy for retinitis pigmentosa in US or any other country? The person from the age of 22 is not having a good sight and the sight is slowly decreasing.
Asked On : Mon, 26 Mar 2012
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Hi..dear nagasyam..,
Thanks for choosing HCM..,
Hereditary degenerative disease of the retina..,
characterized by difficulty seeing at night...,
pigmentary changes within the retina...,
and eventual loss of vision.(blindness)
Treatment consists of 4 parts:
1) Revitalizing Surgery: micro-surgery on the eyeball where fat tissues of the patients eye are being replaced to the back of the eyeball with the goal of revitalizing this essential part of the eye.
2) Ozon Therapy: to create flexibility and effectiveness in the red blood cells of the eye.
3) Electro-stimulation: to stimulate the electro-ionic balance of the blood circulation in the eye.
4) Administration of medicine: to stimulate the other treatments and to counter certain negative effects of them.
PROGRESS OF PATIENT.....Scientific research on patients following the treatment has proven that the progress of the disease comes to a stop in 76 % of the cases. A small part (16 %) of the patients even showed signs of improving their visual capabilities after the treatment.
AVAILABLE IN CUBA COUNTRY.......This treatment is done solely in the Camilo Cienfuegos Ophthalmological Centre which is located in Havana, Cuba. The base treatment requires 3 weeks of hospitalization. Patients from all over the world without distinction are accepted and treated at this Retinitis Pigmentosa..,
Answered: Mon, 26 Mar 2012
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