Cell Therapy and PRP

Watch a video about PRP treatment here.
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Cell Therapy for Lichen Sclerosus
As a result of requests for information about new treatments, the Association is able to offer you what is known so far. You must make your own enquiries and consult your own doctors about new treatments.

Treatment in the United Kingdom
The Association knows of a doctor who is offering Fat Transfer (stem cell treatment) in the UK, within the NHS but not yet for men.  For details of treatment for men, see below. It is not considered ethical to ‘advertise’ the names of UK doctors.  For details, please enquire by email using the Contact page.  Please head your message UK Fat Transfer. The Association has now set up a Yahoo Forum for support, sharing, discussion and for those who have undergone the treatment or may be thinking about it. To apply for membership, please use the contact form.

Treatment for MEN in the UK. Dr Casabona has recently shared that PRP only treatment is proving successful in men.  PRP treatment is not currently licensed via the NHS for LS.  A doctor in London is able to offer PRP treatment for MALE LS, as well as women. Please use the contact us page to email for further information and head your message PRP treatment.

Treatment in Italy
Please do not contact this organization to try to make an appointment with Dr Casabona as all appointments are dealt with by contacting him.
Please email: francesco.casabona@asl3.liguria.it

Treatment in the USA
Please contact Dr Elliot Lander of the California Stem Cell Treatment Centre.  A patient introduced this non-profit to Dr Lander’s work. He  has been using this technology to treat Interstitial Cystitis and is now offering the treatment to patients who have lichen sclerosus.

PRP Treatment in the USA
Dr Charles Runels, inventor of the O-Shot (PRP) is offering the treatment for lichen sclerosus http://www.oshot.info/


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Comments 1

  1. Heidi Wills

    I have had LS for almost 8 years and have had surgery to un fuse the clitoral hood. Over time it fused again and I had it un fused manually over several weeks. Again, over a period of time, it started to fuse again. I generally always have symptoms and along with some fusing again I decided to have the Stem Cell Treatment/Fat Replacement Therapy. It has only been a week so I cannot comment on how it went but I will endeavour to let you all know how I am getting on and of any results I’m experiencing, which I hope will be positive.

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