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Submitted by: Johan Dorssemont

The Center for Retinitis Pigmentosa in Havana Cuba has recently launched a new web site to open their treatment for this eye disease to an international public on the web (www.retinitis-pigmentosa.com).

Retinitis Pigmentosa is an eye deficiency which leads to a progressive loss of eyesight and eventual blindness. The disease is also known as night blindness or tunnel vision for the different stages in the degeneration of the eyesight. Extensive study has proven that Retinitis Pigmentosa is a hereditary deficiency. A real cure for the disease is not available but some treatments can stop the progress of the loss of sight in a temporal or definitive way.

The objective of this unique treatment is to control the progressive deterioration of the eyesight. The treatment is most effective in the early stages of the disease.

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The treatment consists of 4 parts:

1. Revitalizing Surgery: micro-surgery on the eyeball where fat tissues of the patients eye are being replaced to the back of the eyeball with the goal of revitalizing this essential part of the eye. 2. Ozon Therapy: to create flexibility and effectiveness in the red blood cells of the eye. 3. Electro-stimulation: to stimulate the electro-ionic balance of the blood circulation in the eye. 4. Administration of medicine: to stimulate the other treatments and to counter certain negative effects of them.

Scientific research on patients following the treatment has proven that the progress of the disease comes to a stop in 76 % of the cases. A small part (16 %) of the patients even showed signs of improving their visual capabilities after the treatment.

This treatment is done solely in the Camilo Cienfuegos Ophthalmological Centre which is located in Havana, Cuba. The base treatment requires 3 weeks of hospitalization. Patients from all over the world without distinction are accepted and treated at this Retinitis Pigmentosa clinic.

The new site www.retinitis-pigmentosa.com gives comprehensive information about the disease and about the treatment performed at the Center. The contact-page gives patients the option to comunicate directly with medical advisors of the Hospital. The treatment is open to patients from all over the world.

Retinitis Pigmentosa Treatmen – A treatment for retinitis pigmentosa. The Camilo Cienfuegos Center in Havana offers a treatment for retinitis pigmentosa disease. Retinitis Pigmentosa is a hereditary eye disease, causing loss of eyesight.

Who are we? This site explains, promotes and comercializes the treatment against Retinitis Pigmentosa as it is offered in the Camilo Cienfuegos Hospital in Havana, Cuba. This is done in complete agreement with the Hospital. Centro Internacional de Retinosis Pigmentaria “Camilo Cienfuegos”, Street L n 151 between Linea and Street 13, Vedado Area, Havana, Cuba. Tel: + 53 7 8325555. Mr Antonio Barciela, Doctor in Science, and Mrs Ileana Reyes, Doctor in Medicine, are handling the email comunications behind this site. They give replies to any questions visitors of this site may have. And they handle the requests to the hospital by patients (or by anyone who speaks in their name). Tony and Ileana live in Havana and work for Servimed, the agency authorized to promote and sell Cuban medical services to non-Cubans. Tony: email address info@retinitis-pigmentosa.com Mr Johan Dorssemont is the webmaster behind this site. He lives and works in Havana, Cuba. His web marketing company is called Dorsemo S.A de C.V.. Johan: Lonja del Comercio 6D, office Transnico, Plaza San Francisco, Old Havana, Cuba. Email address: dorsemo@enet.cu Erkamed is the partner of Servimed for Western Europe. This agency comercializes the Cuban medical services in general, and the RP treatment in specific, in Western Europe.

About the Author: At present he lives and works in Havana, Cuba. The new site

retinitis-pigmentosa.com

gives comprehensive information about the Retinitis Pigmentosa Treatment

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