Ken Kelley visits the Amen Clinic in New York following umbilical cord-derived stem cell treatments at the Stem Cell Institute in Panama City, Panama. Ken has shown remarkable improvements. See his before and after qEEGs.
Jennifer Mittman just sent us this heartwarming update on her son, Colton who was diagnosed with PVL (periventricular leukomalacia) and spastic diplegia, a form of cerebral palsy. Colton received injections of umbilical cord mesenchymal stem cells over the course of several days in September 2013.
“Update for Colton Mittman. Colton had his first round of stem cell treatments in September of 2013. He has improved so much in this mobility. He is able to move his arms around so much better. Colton has now started walking up and down the stairs with the support of the hand rail. Two days before Christmas he took three steps unassisted. We are so happy we took this journey. We are hoping to make another trip back later this year.”
Before his treatments, Colton could only walk with a walker and was unable to talk.
Dear Jay, thank you for asking me to share my comments. Unfortunately, I am a very private person, I do not want my name, email or anything else posted on a public forum. You may post the email on your web site, with my name and email redacted (deleted at owner request). Then if a specific person wants to email me that is OK for you to give it to them. I am sorry I cannot be more accommodating. T.C. [redacted]
My over all results are very good, my knee does not hurt (95% less pain) I never wear a knee support any more. My back is also much better (85-90% less pain). My hip, I walk around my apt w/out my cane all the time. (90% less pain). Dr. D. [redacted] told me the main reason to get a hip replacement is due to pain &/or lack of mobility. He said since I experience neither, he would not recommend a hip replacement at this time. Given, that before I started stem cell therapy, I was told I should have had a hip replacement 2 years prior, this is amazing.
So. overall I am very glad I did the treatments.
Thanks, T.C. [redacted]
Email from a COPD patient on Jan 8 to Dr. Paz. We have removed this patient’s name since she has not yet informed her doctors in the US about her treatments in Panama. She received multiple intravenous injections of human umbilical cord-derived mesenchymal stem cells over the course of several days.
Subject: Re: Surveys
Date: January 8, 2014 at 7:48:49 AM EST
To: Jorge Paz Rodriguez
I definitely feel there is an improvement from the 1st to the 2nd treatment. I feel much stronger and feel that I am able to function with a better quality of life. Prior to my 1st and 2nd treatments it was hard for me to keep up with the housekeeping, cooking, laundry and going out to the store for groceries was very hard for me to do. I have more energy to complete the task at hand now. I am able to walk longer distances without having to sit and rest and not getting as winded walking. Going up and down stairs is easier for me to do. I do feel I am making improvements with each treatment.
I have health insurance again and the Dr. here was wanting to do a physical with a chest X-ray to see the change in my COPD since my last X-ray a couple of years ago. I thought I could send you the X-ray on CD so you could compare the X-ray to what I originally sent you. I have not shared with the Dr.’s or anyone here about my treatments in Panama.
Please let me know about the Survey and if you think I should do the X-Ray and send it to you.
Sent from my iPad
Oswaldo Tapanes received multiple injections of human umbilical cord-derived mesenchymal stem cells and his own bone marrow-derived stem cells over the course of a month both intrathecally (into the spinal fluid) and intravenously at the Stem Cell Institute in Panama. Here is what Mr. Tapanes had to day about his progress thus far:
My name is Oswaldo Tapanes. I have a traumatic brain injury; diagnosed in June 2005.
What symptoms did you have before stem cell therapy?
I couldn’t move my left arm. My vision was pretty bad. My speech is worse than it is now. I could only make sounds. My balance was very, very bad and that’s about it.
What improvements have you noticed since your stem cell treatments?
My speech is better. My eyesight is better. My arm coordination is better. My balance overall and better overall well-being.
How has this treatment changed your life?
It improved my quality of life, so much so that I’ve returned now for a second treatment.
What would you tell others who are considering this treatment?
I would say obviously, do your own research but from my point of view, it’s very safe. The medical science is explained. Everything is there on the web site if you look at it and do your homework. I wouldn’t hesitate coming. If I knew before, I would have came earlier.
Date: Wed, Nov 27, 2013 at 11:51 AM
Subject: Happy Thanksgiving!
Dr Barnett / Dr Hernandez & all staff at Clinic,
It’s a very special Thanksgiving for my household & I owe it to the efforts of all of you!
I’ve been walking without my stick since returning from stem cell therapy. 1 week of holding it for security & going on 3rd week of it riding in truck of my car. My stability is becoming more consistent & controlled. I am walking farther longer, riding bicycle more rhythmic & swimming smoother strokes.
Results are much greater than I expected. I believe the lifestyle changes, vitamin regimen, herbals, exercise & positive attitude adopted 14 months prior to visiting you allowed me to receive maximum benefit from the stem cell therapy.
I look forward to progressing my abilities back to a higher level over the next months.
If you would like me to share what I’ve done & am doing to get my results, feel free to give my email.
Dr Hernandez – please stay in contact on the herbal adjustments I’m making to solve final 2 deficiencies.
THANKS AGAIN for your hospitality & care!
Ron Mc Gill
I was diagnosed 20 years ago. My heart was stopped up. I have 11 stents in my heart. When they put in (stents) nine, ten and eleven they blocked an artery and caused me to have a heart attack. Then 4 years later, I went to the doctor and he did an EKG and he said he needed to do a nuclear scan. That was in May 2011. In July of 2011 he did a nuclear scan and then called me and told me there was nothing else he could do for me.
A friend of mine in Corpus Christi told me about stem cells in Panama. So I checked into it and I came down in October of 2011 and had a treatment.
[Mr. Gray received multiple doses of human umbilical cord-derived mesenchymal stem cells over the course of several days.]
I didn’t feel anything for 30 days. Then I started feeling better and really felt good. I went to the doctor in January of 2012. He did an EKG and walked in and said, “What have you done?” I said, “What are you talking about?” He said, “You have a normal EKG. You’ve never had one of these before.“ So I asked my wife, “Do you think I ought to tell him?” This was in St. Dominic’s Hospital in Jackson Mississippi; the one that had caused me to have the heart attack. So I asked her, “Reckon I ought to tell him I had got stem cells?” She said, “Yes.” So I told him. He looked like I had cut his throat. He was white as a sheet and he wanted to know, “How did they do it?” and I told him.
Since then I have had 3 normal EKGs. The last one was about 2 months ago.
Well, I had another treatment about 11 months later and it fixed my kidneys the second time. The first time it fixed my heart. It didn’t do anything else but then the second time it fixed my kidneys. I had horse shoe kidneys and I was operated on when I was 33 years old, 35 years old and now I’m 69. My kidney had grown together and my kidneys have been bad my whole life but now they’re fine.
Bonnie, who suffers from relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (MS) received a combination of human umbilical cord mesenchymal stem cells and adipose-derived cells administered daily over the course of 5 days.
Just wanted to send an update as I am really excited! I received my very first stem cells on 10/22/13, it has been less then a month and I am happy to report that I have tons more energy by balance is improving every day, I have no more foot drop and not even a healing I was looking for but I put my glasses on the other day only to find they made my vision blurry I didn’t need them, I am already saving for my next treatment! I can’t thank you all enough as I feel like I have a future with my 5 small children now, if you ever need someone to talk to future patients I would be happy to scream my praises! Looking forward to more and more improvement!
For more information about MS treatment at the Stem Cell Insitute: Stem Cell Therapy for Multiple Sclerosis
We received this message yesterday from Sean and Sarah Collins on Facebook regarding their son Ethan who suffered a mild traumatic brain injury and has symptoms of PDD-NOS and ADHD.
I wanted to update you on Ethan. He is doing fantastic! His cognitive flexibility has dramatically improved. We have reduced another medication and eliminated 2 major medications since we started last April. I have created a FB page if you want to check it out. Thank you so much for helping us get our little boy back!
Sean and Sarah Collins
Stem Cell Therapy for Autism Ethan’s Journey
PDD-NOS stands for Pervasive Developmental Disorder-Not Otherwise Specified. Psychologists and psychiatrists sometimes use the term “pervasive developmental disorders” and “autism spectrum disorders” (ASD) interchangeably. …more information about PDD-NOS
Professor Caplan is “The father of the mesenchymal stem cell (MSC)”. In this clip, he describes a mouse experiment using human MSCs in a mouse model of MS. The experiment shows that it’s possible to place human cells in mice that have normal immune systems. He continues to discuss the astounding results.