This blog is dedicated in loving memory of Dr. Majid Serushan
March 1, 1947 – October 19, 2016
May your kind soul rest in peace
So essentially they are passing the blame on WMC for what happened to Dr Serushan while at the same time using his good name in marketing and advertising to new potential victims as some sort of medical miracle cure.
On their own website, the company global stem cells & Unique medical access lists their address as 16 Raffles Quay, #41-07, Hong Leong Building, Singapore 048581 which is actually a virtual office for wine distributing company and has nothing to do with stem cells http://www.fdh.com.sg/contact
They also list the following address but a quick call to the Emporium Tower office revealed this floor does not have any tenants and there is no company named Global Stem cells or Unique medical access in the entire building.
In the marketing email they still claim:
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) patients treated with stem cells observe improvements in the following areas:
• Motor function
• Neuropathic Pain
• Slowed down progression and more
Please click below to watch video interviews of recently treated ALS patients. One of them is an American Doctor, Dr Serushan who got amazing results: By strict medical evaluation process we make sure that our success rate is very high and that the patients are happy with the results.
– Hanna Borek | Patient Advocate | Unique Access Medical
Apparently causing patient death is an “amazing result”
They took a video of Dr Majid at the hospital just a few days into his treatment and claim its a success. “His neck and leg were considerably stronger, and he was able to swallow with more ease than before he had the treatment.”
More evidence of their deceitful behavior is especially clear when you see that they are knowingly falsifying information they post online by changing both the dates of the video testimonial and when the treatment actually took place.
I initially contact the Food and Drug Administration office about this case and was told by Special agent Patrick Holland that “Scammers like these offer false hope to people with incurable diseases in order to line their own pockets with money.”
If this has happened to you please contact the Federal Trade commission and report their behavior