Name: James Alston
Firstly, in December 2007, James experienced swelling with no known cause.
Secondly: James Alston and his mother Joanna went to see the doctor the next day. After a few tests were taken, proteinuria represented: 2+-3+. Justin was diagnosed with Acute Nephritis. “They told us they can take care of it.” Joanna said, “but it turned out they couldn’t.” The local hospital used hormone to treat the swelling, 10 days later, the swelling disappeared and the protein in urine represented negative. James discharged from the hospital and thought that’s it.
However, it came back only after three days later. After the relapse occurred several times without any improvements, Joanna decided to seek a more reliable treatment. Some of her friends recommended Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital in China, and they chose to have a try.
Treatment in our hospital
James hospitalized on April 20, 2008. He received Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy along with certain western medicines, and got significant improvements shortly after that.