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Dallas Morning News Features Stem Cell Institute Multiple Sclerosis Patient Judy Lecoq

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Judi Lecoq, 57, of Arlington, has been traveling to Panama once a year since 2010 for umbilical cord stem cell treatments to treat her multiple sclerosis — an option that’s not available in the U.S. Because the treatment is controversial and not FDA-approved, she must pay for the medical costs as well as travel. But Lecoq sees improvement with each treatment and says she’s doing much better than doctors originally predicted when she was diagnosed 20 years ago.

“When I come back, I feel a complete change in my energy level,” she says. “Before my last trip, it was hard to get anything done or to concentrate. My feet were numb; they’re not numb anymore.”

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Stem Cell Therapy for Autism – Dimitri W’s Story

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Dimitri’s parents discuss his progress after his first round of stem cell treatments for autism in Panama.

Interviewer (I): Today is August 4th, 2017. Please give your name.

Dimitri (D): Dimitri

(I): Your last name?

(D): Weaver

(I): Your age?

(D): Six

(I): Mom, his diagnosis?

Mrs. Weaver (MOM): He was diagnosed with autism at the age of three.

(I): Ok, so this is his second stem cell treatment?

(MOM): Second stem cell treatment, yes, about a year apart.

(I): Can you describe his improvements?

(MOM): I’ve definitely seen a lot of growth since last year, mostly in language [and] comprehension. He started school last year. He’s reading. We’ve notice a lot of changes with being able to sit still and focus at school. We’re still struggling in that area but last year we weren’t sure if he was going to be able to go to kindergarten and he’s doing well. His first year, he’s now participating in sports. He just started karate, and doing really well with that. Mr. Weaver

Mr. Weaver (DAD): I think that, yeah, he’s had a lot of remarkable changes in the past year. He’s done really well with kindergarten as you’ve said.

(MOM): Overall, the teachers that saw him last year for evaluation for his IEP – and then we had an IEP meeting this May, not even a year apart. They said he looks like a different child. So they weren’t expecting the growth that he’s made this year in school.

(I): Anything else you would like to mention? (MOM): We haven’s seen any regressions or any negative, no side effects. All we’ve seen is growth. That’s why we’re here again this year. It’s been all positive for us.

(DAD): It’s been a great experience.

Stem Cell Therapy for Multiple Sclerosis – Joyce Adair

Joyce discusses her progress after mesenchymal stem cell therapy at the Stem Cell Institute in Panama.

Interviewer: Today is July 28th, 2017. Can you give me your full name and diagnosis?

Joyce: Yes. My name is Joyce Adair and I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.

Interviewer: So, this is your second treatment?

Joyce: Yes.

Interviewer: Could you tell me your experience after the first treatment?

Joyce: Well, after the first treatment last year in April of 2016, I noticed a big change in my energy. I was able to finally go out and do things with my family and friends that I had been unable to do for years. I noticed a change with my pain level. It didn’t go completely away but it did get better and I was able to cut back on some of my medications at that time.

Interviewer: And you also mentioned that you stopped using a wheelchair?

Joyce: Oh, yes. I wasn’t using the wheelchair. I was able to walk on my own – not using a cane or anything at that time. I could put full weight on my legs.

Interviewer: We just finished your second treatment. Can you mention if you have had any improvements this week?

Joyce: I’ve had a lot of improvement this week. When I came on Sunday, I was in terrible pain. I was even unsure if I should come or not because I was afraid to travel on the plane with the amount of pain that I was having in my right leg. But once I had my first treatment this week, I noticed a big change in my pain and I also have noticed a big change in my energy. I have a lot more energy and I can tell that it’s definitely getting better.

Interviewer: Thank you very much.