Stem Cell Treatment for Kidney Failure in Malaysia 2023

Stem cell therapy for kidney failure or Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) in Malaysia is an ongoing topic of research and is considered experimental by the medical community. Patients can find fee-for-service clinics that advertise stem cell therapy for kidney failure, but most of these clinics promote their own approach, which creates a lot of confusion among patients about how to compare their treatment options.

Some articles claimed that there is no evidence on stem cell and kidney failure. However, there are more than 100 studies published on "stem cell' and "kidney failure" on the National Library of Medicine. As of December 2023, more than 60 studies have been launched to investigate the benefits of stem cell therapy and kidney failure. and more than 30 studies on stem cell treatment for kidney diseases under the U.S. Clinical Trial Registry.



To learn more about the basics of stem cells, check out stem cell basics.

The increasing incidence of kidney diseases raises considerable concerns regarding human health worldwide. A number of studies in recent years have attempted to identify the underlying mechanisms of renal repair in order to explore the potential regenerative capacity of the kidneys. Many papers have reported on the potential use of stem cells of different origins for treating many different pathologies, including kidney diseases.

Several clinical trials have confirmed the safety and tolerability of stem cells, and in particular of MSC-based therapies (Mesenchymal Stem Cell), in patients with renal diseases and kidney transplants (Int J of Mol Sci. 2019). 

Cost of Stem Cell Therapy for Kidney Failure in Malaysia 

As a guide, the cost of mesenchymal stem cells in Malaysia may cost from RM 70,000 to RM 80,000 (USD 14,300) for 100 million cells.

The total cost will vary depending on the number of cells used, no. of sessions, laboratory investigations, facilities and the doctors' fee.

Find Stem Cell Therapy Clinics in Malaysia

Choosing the right stem cell centre can be a challenging task given the many options available. To help make the process easier for you, we have carefully filtered and shortlisted a few reputable stem cell centres in Malaysia. Our selection criteria include factors such as Google search results, reviews, and information available on reliable blogs, forums and recommendations from our professional network.

Disclaimer: The stem cell centres have been arranged in no particular order.


1. Stem Cell Malaysia 

Stem Cell Malaysia is a network of specially trained multi-disciplined medical doctors and specialists, providing advanced, research-driven, regenerative medicine treatments in Malaysia.

Stem Cell Malaysia, was established in 2018 as a one-stop Stem Cell Therapy service provider assisting patients worldwide seeking for Stem Cell therapy through our panel of specialised doctors with years of experience in this field having treated hundreds of patients in the past decade.

Stem Cell Malaysia has 9 partner clinics in Klang Valley i.e. Putrajaya, Pantai Hospital Kuala Lumpur, Subang Jaya Medical Centre, Life Care Medical Centre, Assunta Hospital, Publika KL, Petaling Jaya, Shah Alam, Seri Kembangan and Kajang.

Stem Cell Malaysia (HQ)
Lingkaran Syed Putra, Mid Valley City, 58000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Web: stemcell.aestheticsadvisor.com

WhatsApp us for a Free Tele-Consultation: +60 11 - 8888 5062

2. Cell Therapy Centre - UKM Medical Centre (UKM Stem Cell)

Address: 12th Floor, Clinical Block, Bandar Tun Razak, 56000 Cheras, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Cell Therapy Center is one of the Center of Excellence in UKM Medical Centre (UKMMC) which provides cell-based therapy including hematopoietic stem cells, lymphocytes, dendritic cells, mesenchymal stem cells and mononuclear cells to patients with blood cancers, bone marrow diseases and degenerative diseases. The Cell Therapy Centre has the aspiration to be among the world leaders in research and development (R&D) of cancer immunotherapy and regenerative medicine.

3. Regena Healthcare Network

Regena was established in Malaysia along with vigorous collaboration with both public and private higher educational institutes and research centers to advance the frontiers of knowledge and stimulate both innovation and economic growth. Regena now conducts its operations in Germany, China, South Korea, Malaysia, and Singapore.

Regena operates in Daehan Rehab Hospital, their partnered medical centre in Malaysia that specialises in the management of neurological disorders and illnesses, such as stroke, traumatic brain injury (TBI) and spinal cord injury (SCI) - ranging from acute to chronic stages – using comprehensive South Korean-style integrated rehabilitation methods.

Regena Healthcare (HQ - SEA): Lot 1243, Ground Floor, Unit B, Batu 4 Jalan Hulu Kelang, Mukim Ampang, 55000 Ampang, Selangor, Malaysia.

WhatsApp us for a Free Tele-Consultation: +60 11 - 8888 5062


Cautionary Remarks 

Stem cell therapy for kidney failure is a new and is under on-going research. When a clinic gives you promises that you will see gains, and/or claims that the same stem cell therapy can cure everything, run! In real medicine, results are not guaranteed and there are no cure-alls. Be wary of advice from people who have “done their research” by watching YouTube videos. Real research is published in peer-reviewed journals, and you can search the journals via PubMed or Google Scholar. 

Please remember that this article is not a substitute for medical advice from a qualified medical doctor in Malaysia. 

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