Compassionate Treatment Programme – The first of its kind
2016 saw the opening of a new and revolutionary Compassionate Treatment Unit for Heart Failure funded by the Heart Cells Foundation.
The dedicated Stem Cell Programme is the only centre in the country to treat patients with heart failure based on compassionate grounds using their own Stem Cells. Each patient will spend approximately one week in the unit. To be considered, patients must be referred by a Cardiologist, each case is assessed individually.
The Compassionate Treatment Unit is running within the renowned St Bartholomew’s Hospital, headed by Professor Anthony Mathur, Consultant Cardiologist and Director of Interventional Cardiology at St Bartholomew’s Health Centre.
The Compassionate Treatment Unit is possible because of the Heart Cells Foundation research programme which has been in place over the last 14 years and the outstanding results achieved .
For further information about the Compassionate Treatment Unit or to register an enquiry please write to the address or email below:
HCF Stem Cell Compassionate Unit
c/o Cardiac Intervention Research
St Bartholomew’s Hospital
London EC1A 7BE
or email: email@example.com