Why are we disclosing this information?

Because we hope to provide true information to patients in need of kidney transplants all over the world.

We Offer All-in-One Support

  • I hope to provide true information to patients in need of kidney transplants all over the world.
  • In 2007, after WHO made an announcement in Istanbul, it is almost impossible to obtain information on oversea transplants around the world.
  • However, as law differs from country to country, an overseas transplant itself is not illegal. In some countries only relatives can be donors, while friends or good Samaritans can be donors in others.
  • But where is such a country? Everyone is dying to know such information.
  • In now days and age everyone is connected through the Internet and some may say they can find information online. If so, please try it! You probably cannot find reliable information though these means! It is information requires more in-depth research.
  • We are a medical support company for profits, so of course we charge for providing our support.
  • In addition, 99.9% of the time there is a huge risk even if you have some information. Strangers, unfamiliar companies and organizations... It is almost impossible to avoid such a risk beforehand.
  • ad4In fact, we have been deceived many times since we started business 15 years ago. That's why we understand patients' concern very well.
  • If we consider whether or not there is any risk involved for those of us who provide support, we find similar risks. For instance, when you shop at a supermarket, you bring goods to the cashier and pay them with cash or by a credit card.
  • However, long-distance transactions may involve various forms such as credit, deposit, and deferred payment.
  • Even so, there is no country where they will provide surgeries without guaranteeing payment beforehand.
  • Following our promise with patients, we pay for airfare, obtain accommodation, look for donors, and pay for medical exams. What about this risk?
  • The saddest thing that has happened is when we lose contact midway. In our Japanese business culture, we rarely lose contact without knowing why. We will never lose contact more than a day at our company. You can communicate with us by phone, mail or Skype without a fail. We have stopped hearing from not only providers in developing countries but also ones in advanced countries. Also, many patients have responded in similar manners. We hope they would tell us why they choose to cease communication with us.
  • So how is it possible to engage in a reliable transactions regarding world-wide information, that is not available even online, and receive support while sitting at home?
  • Our thought process is as follows. It would be best if we can provide a transplant to patients as inexpensive as possible, without going through a broker!
  • You can manage on your own because English is understood everywhere as long as you have information on hospitals!
  • But we can say that's transplant is still impossible with out our support!
  • This is because transplants are a very sensitive issue anywhere else. Although there are some countries that allow third-party donations, who would volunteer their organs out of good will? Let's say you look for a donor on your own. But that won't do. You need to have a donor registered in that country with the whole family's consent, accompanied by them, to obtain approval by the ethics committee. We alone can do this as we possess expert knowledge on this issue. We can assure you that we are the only one in the world.
  • We have come up with the best way to proceed while considering patients' risks as well as our risks.
  • First of all, patients speak different languages all over the world. As a native speaker of Japanese, I prefer to speak in my language instead of speaking about information concerning your life in a second language. Thus, I would like to talk to you directly through the closest interpreter to your city (you can bring your interpreter if you like. The fee will be split in half after negotiation). The interpreter will accompany you and speak to me through Skype as our office based on Japan.
  • If we can come to agree that we can trust each other, we will take the following steps.

Flow leading up to surgery

  • Patients are asked to send basic medical data through the internet.
  • Then we will forward the data to a transplant hospital, and ask the doctor in charge to consider if a transplant is possible.
  • If the doctor approves a transplant, you will be asked to go to the hospital for medical exams as well as patient registration for the Department of Health. We will inform you beforehand of required documents etc. Patients will pay for exam fees at the hospital in cash or by credit.
  • Then you will be asked to pay for our actual cost, including airfare from Japan, accommodation, and part of our support fee ($5,000). *These fees will be charged with your consent after you talk to the doctor following the medical exam.
  • ad2We will then proceed to matching you with a donor. Regarding donor matching, you will talk through an interpreter to confirm that you desire a transplant and have sufficient funds before you arrive in the country. We should conduct detailed tests on donors, but in order to avoid our risk, we will have a few donor candidates tested for blood cell matching and basic exams (such as HIV, hepatitis and others). If you require other exams (such as HLA), you will be asked to pay in advance for those fees.
  • As kidney transplant patients need dialysis, you will need inform us of your dialysis schedule for scheduling at the hospital. You will be charged approximately $150 for dialysis and asked to pay to the hospital each time.
  • As liver transplant patients will be hospitalized upon arrival, we will get ready and wait for you.
  • It takes 15-30 days to submit all documents to the Department of Health and obtain approval.
  • Then you will have a surgery.
  • The surgery requires approximately 4 hours. You will be transferred to ICU afterwards and moved to an individual room after the recovery room.
  • Your hospitalization period depends on your recovery. It usually takes 1-2 weeks.
  • You will be given immunosuppressant and a medical certificate upon being discharged and returning home.

Fees

  • A kidney transplant starting costs $150,000  (Excluding Medical Check, accommodation, Airfare & Transportation, and personal expense.   Also, will need other treatments and medicines such as blood transfusion and complications. These costs will be charged separately.)   Please contact us for the free estimate request and more information.
  • Liver transplant starting costs from $300,000  (Excluding Medical Check, airfare and accommodation)

* Regarding the liver transplant, if you will stay ICU more than 1week ICU or will need other treatments and medicines such as blood transfusion and complications. These costs will be charged separately.

  • We proceed with payments as we agree, but as it is not possible to travel with amount of cash, you will be asked to transfer they payment to our company upon agreement.
  • Please make the final payment as you agree before the surgery.
  • As it’s the same at hospitals all over the world, you cannot pay for a surgery afterwards.
  • As testing fees for the patient as well as donors are included in the total, it will be cancelled in the remaining payment.

The procedures are as follows:

  • If you have suggestions or opinions on how to proceed, please feel free to contact us at any time!
  • How would you like to spend the rest of your life?
  • ad5Do you want to continue painful dialysis three times a week?
  • Do you put up with dialysis because there is no other way? Or because you don't have enough money? Dialysis is said to be the worst treatment, as it cuts a person's life in half
  • Not being able to receive a liver transplant in modern medicine means death.
  • No matter how much money you have, if you cannot find a way to obtain a new kidney, the worst fate awaits you.
  • Or you want to enjoy food, sports and hobbies, and travel around the world with your family.
  • It’s up to you to decide what kind of life you want.
  • Let’s overcome risks together and bring about a wonder life!
  • We hope to seek the best way to provide a transplant by making improvements as needed and minimizing patient’s worries.
  • We look forward to hearing from you.

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