These are the testimonials from some of our patients who have improved their quality of life with our treatments. We feel blessed to have helped them take their life back.

Tomasz Guzowski is a patient from Poland who could not walk, and after one round of stem cells, he is able to get out of his wheelchair and stand on his own and take a few steps.  He later progressed to walking with crunches as support.

The history of my illness goes back to the year 2012.  Before, I was a normal guy, married, with a young daughter, and a son about to be born.  I had my hobbies like dancing and speedway racing. Then, one day – all of a sudden – my leg felt stiff, and a warning bell rang at the back of my head. In order to take a single step, I had to lean against something like the wall. 

Walking was becoming more and more difficult, so I made an appointment to see a neurologist, and that is how my visiting doctors, surgeries and hospital waiting rooms started. It took 2 years to have me diagnosed. The name of the disease and its future effects weighed me down to the ground.

I suffer from X-linked adrenoleukodystrophy (X-ALD). I know, it is difficult to pronounce, no need to remember the name. This is a genetic disease and in my family my uncle had it, too, being mistakenly treated for multiple sclerosis for many years. Unfortunately, despite his young age, he is no longer with us… The disease destroys the layer which protects the nerve cells located in the brain. These cells make us able to think and control our muscles.

I experience strong spasticity, overactive bladder, Addison’s disease, and my muscles are getting weaker and weaker day by day.

I would like, with my wife, to watch my kids grow up. I would like to be there for them, offering my support and fatherly strength and advice. 

There was no hope for me in Poland, so I started to look for help abroad and that is how I came across the Hino Medical Center located in Ensenada, Baja California Mexico.  I was introduced to the owner Dr. Michael Hino where we started a series of tests and recommended me to an innovative gene therapy with Pluripotent Stem Cells.

I’ve been to you twice [Hino Medical Center]. After the first time and the first four months, I saw improvement. The most important thing for me is less spasticity. Thanks to this, the muscles do not destroy themselves, because they used to be tense all the time. 

Now I can start training and building muscles. Everyday, I train outside as much as I can. This allows me to get up from a wheelchair more easily. Every week I take more and more steps. The sick bladder was also improved.

After the second visit to the clinic I have seen more improvement, although I know it needs time. 

Thanks to Hino Medical Center.

Before this journey started health and fitness was very important to me. That was all taken from me in my illness. In my journey I went from going to 15 doctors and 80 vials of blood finally being diagnosed with Chronic Lyme Disease and having several co infections. I was desperate and running out of time.

Our granddaughter, Amelia, was born with a hole in her heart.
Her pediatrician checked it every 6 months, hoping that it would heal itself.  It did not, so the pediatrician sent her to a heart specialist. It was agreed that there was indeed a hole that would involve surgery to repair by the time she was 5. As she was now 2 years old, we asked Dr. Hino if he thought she would respond to umbilical stem cells, as this was all he had available at that time.   He said he would take her on, even though she was the youngest patient he had treated up to that date. We brought her down 6 times for short mini-treatments over the next 6 months.
3 months after her final treatment, she went to her pediatric heart specialist and her 2 holes had joined into 1 larger hole.   The EKG confirmed that her hole was now 8 cm. Surgery was discussed as a very real possibility to handle a hole that size by the time she was 5. She was now 3 years old. When we relayed this information to Dr. Hino, he assured us that the stem cells can take a little time.  “Fear not!”
When Amelia turned 4, she met with the pediatric surgeon at UCLA who was going to perform the surgery.  He wanted to check her himself and do his own EKG. After testing her, he declared that her hole was now 1 cm!  He said the previous doctor did not know how to correctly run his tests as there is no way that an 8 cm hole could just close on its own!  Not possible! The hole had been too large!
You can imagine the joy in our family when we all heard the news!  When I asked my daughter what she attributed this change to, she said, “Dr. Hino!  We didn’t do anything else!”
Amelia is now 5 years old and she just returned from her annual check-up with the pediatric surgeon.   He said he can not really find the hole and that she will not need surgery in the future.
She will lead a normal life!   :-))))
Our entire family appreciates all that this passionate, hard-working doctor does daily for all of us!  He is saving lives.
Thank you again and again!
Our warmest wishes always,
Lanna Borom

I had started getting treatments from Doctor Hino in January of 2015 for stage 4 kidney disease. This worked very well and improved my kidney function almost back to normal, as well as improving my quality of life.

I had an enlarged prostate that was wreaking havoc on the kidney and that is why i had prostate surgery in 10/16. I was diagnosed with cancer in January of 2017, while on my 3-month follow-up from the prostate surgery.Unfortunately, they missed seeing a tumor on the prostate. The surgery disturbs it and it metastasized to the bones. It was confirmed by MRI and Petscan.

At that time, I wasn’t feeling any ill effects from the cancer. However, the PSA continued to climb with every blood test. So, I went to Dr. Hino’s for treatment for 4 days. My PSA was 970 when I arrived. After 4 days, my PSA went down to 748. I returned for another 4 day treatment after being home for 10 days. My PSA had risen back up to slightly more than 970. By this time, I was experiencing extreme bone pain in ribs, back, and hips and could barely walk.

I decided that the coming and going routine was unworkable for such a vicious cancer. I decided to kill it and not just torture it!

Since June, my wife and I have been renting a house in Ensenada and have had steady treatments 6 days a week for 6 months.

There are stories of perseverance and then there’s Jose Castro’s story. A young man in his twenties, who one day was living one of the happiest moments of his life when he proposed to his girlfriend, and literally the next day was having the worst nightmare he had ever experienced. On March 1 st 2014, Jose was involved in a serious and disastrous accident where a Jeep in which he was on board, fell off a 20 foot cliff crashing the car against the ground. For an instance, Jose was pronounced dead on his way to the hospital, but his will to live was more powerful and the doctors were able to revive him. Still, the consequences were not encouraging at all: Jose had a body paralysis that left him quadriplegic and couldn’t even breathe on his own.
As of today, I have surpassed many of the limitations they predicted for me.
After two years of constant work and therapies, on 2016 Jose met Dr. Michael Hino, whose treatments based on Embryonic and DNA stem cells …

This letter is to anyone who is not sure about Dr. Hino’s treatments and if they really work? I am alive today to tell you they do work!

At the age of 49 I was told I had stage 4 breast cancer that had metastasized to my lungs, lymph system, and bones. When you hear these words from your hospital Oncology team, “There is nothing more we can do for you, go home and call Hospice and get on morphine because the cancer has spread to 100% of your lung lining, soon you will not be able to breath” it can be devastating to most people. In fact, it was to my Mother who was sitting beside my bed at the time. She immediately started to sob. I told her not to worry because I knew I had help. The next day I sent Dr. Hino my test results and here was his reply:

“Get here as soon as possible, I will not fail you, just get here! Pray for God to guide me.”

These words alone gave me so much hope. I think about how sad it is that most people hear those devastating words and do go home and die, they don’t know about the wonderful Doctors like Dr. Hino that are out there and these people don’t know they have other options, options that don’t kill you!

For months prior to this hospital stay I had been very sick. I was on oxygen 24 hours a day. My breathing was so shallow it was hard to talk and I had to sleep sitting up with my head resting on a stack of pillows on my lap. My cough was so bad it would make me vomit. I was so weak I could not walk and needed a wheelchair to go anywhere. I could not stand long enough to heat up a can of soup or wash my own hair. I had not eaten solid food in 3 weeks and my body was shutting down. I felt death coming, I could feel it and taste it. And if all that was not bad enough, I had to talk to my kids about funeral arrangements and fill out paperwork in case I died in Mexico they could get my body back to the USA!

Hello Dr. Hino,

God bless you.
I am sending this email to let you know of my progress. Everyday I have a hamstrings massage and every other day I do the quadriciser for an hour as shown in the attached video. My legs extend farther and stay down longer.

Thanks Dr. Hino

-Sonia Calderon

So, have you ever read a story that starts out with an early thought of a terrible ending and then somewhere something amazing happens and causes the ending to change? Welcome to that type of story. Crazy changes happened and WOW, this exciting news must be shared. Let me fill you in a little about the way things were going first and then you must keep reading to see how the last six months of this 30 plus year battle with Multiple Sclerosis has changed for the better. We are so blessed!

What do you do when the medical professionals tell you that your wife is in the advanced stages of a disease that will eventually take her life? Severe secondary progressive Multiple Sclerosis has caused her to experience numerous difficulties. We decided to find a place where Debbie could finish her time here on earth or so we thought. A plan to go to Mexico and push her on the beach in a cool looking wheelchair with fat tires and a palm tree umbrella fell into place.

We got an amazing house on the ocean, met incredible people and then, bam! God started sending people into our lives talking about this Dr Hino and his incredible work with stem cells. Mark her husband, was done with anyone who had the letters DR in their name. All the false promises about what incredible expensive medicine would do to help Debbie was something the both of us wanted nothing to do with. But God kept sending people with great stories, so we decided to check this Dr Hino guy out.

Brad was diagnosed with a neurological disorder called essential tremor when he was in his teens. The first symptoms were tremors in his hands, making it difficult for him to write or perform other simple tasks.

Over time, the tremors progressed to the point that it seriously impacted his life as an attorney. When Brad was in his early 50’s his neurologist recommended Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) to help control the tremors. DBS worked well for about six years, but then the tremors worsened, moving to other parts of the body. His legs began to tremor causing loss of balance; his head began to shake and his voice sounded like Katharine Hepburn’s (who also had essential tremor).

Although Brad was a patient at a nationally known center for movement disorders (essential tremor and Parkinson’s), no other options for treatment were available, other than another DBS surgery. Since he’d already had DBS twice (one on each side of his brain), a third surgery had only a 50% chance of any success.

My 44 year old daughter was diagnosed 6 years ago with a very rare neurological autoimmune syndrome called Stiff Person Syndrome (SPS). One in a million people have this disorder. The total body spasms were unbearable to watch and extremely painful for her.

We were seen by many doctors as well as visiting the U.C.L.A. Medical Center in California. No diagnoses was ever made. By chance we were referred to a neurologist in Las Vegas NV. He recognized the signs of SPS and made the diagnoses. The doctor was honest. He didn’t give us any hope of beating this illness. There is no cure. We left the office with a handful of prescriptions and a recommendation for IVIG therapy. It wasn’t a cure, but it was the only treatment he offered us to get my daughter through. This treatment drained her of any energy so living on the couch was her life.

There were many trips to the emergency room and hospital stays. As always the doctors and nurses had never heard of SPS. They would Google it before coming into the room. On our last visit to the E.R. our nurse asked what the cure was. As always she had never seen or heard of SPS. We explained there wasn’t one. Just more pain relieving narcotics and anti-spasm medications. She smiled and whispered…”I know a doctor that can help you”. We jumped at the chance to find hope and boy did we find it.

I contacted Dr. Hino who had never treated a patient with SPS. But he did offer us hope where there was none before. He said he could give my daughter quality of life. That’s all we asked and prayed for.

In December 2015 we made our first trip to Dr. Hino’s office in Mexico. Within 48 hours of the first treatment we were in disbelief. My daughter no longer needed the use of her wheelchair or walker. We couldn’t believe our eyes. We felt like we were dreaming.

We are 6 months into treatment and the changes in my daughter’s health are remarkable. She is living life once again. No longer afraid to leave the house. She is able to participate in family activities. Once again able to cook, clean and travel. Enjoying the daily grind of life that we take for granted.

There are no words to express our feeling of gratitude. Dr. Hino saved my daughter from a life of debilitating pain. There was no light at the end of the tunnel – where there is one today.
We cannot be more thankful for Dr. Hino’s positive attitude and his amazing knowledge of healing the body.


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