Stem Cell Treatment Leads to Improvement in New Jersey Man’s Diabetes

Within one month after being treated with adult stem cells in Cologne, Germany, Calvin who is a retired Fire Captain from New Jersey is reporting lower blood glucose levels and decreased insulin doses. Calvin traveled to Germany with peripheral artery disease and erectile dysfunction resulting from his type 2 diabetes.

Using small amounts of his bone marrow, Calvin was treated at the XCell-Center with adult stem cells derived from his own body. Via the femoral artery, a minimally invasive procedure was used to introduce the stem cells to Calvin’s pancreas directly. Stem cells were also introduced into the arteries that supply the penis and into his calves and thighs in order to alleviate the erectile dysfunction and peripheral artery disease that is common amongst complications associated with diabetes.

“Before scuba diving this past Sunday morning, I injected only 32% of my normal insulin dose. During the day, I ate normally – for a diabetic – without injecting any more insulin. That evening, I measured my blood sugar and I was astounded that it was only 126. A month ago, even with my full insulin doses, I never had readings below 170,” said Calvin.

Calvin is not new to the process, over the past two years his current conditions are in fact the third, fourth, and fifth conditions he has received stem cells for. He was featured in Business Week Magazine after a January 2005 stem cell infusion for coronary artery disease. Then, using minimally invasive surgery he was treated again for ischemic cardiomyopathy in September of the same year.

“Actually, what really got my attention this past weekend was that I also felt a regeneration of heart function

2007-06-15T00:00:00+00:00June 15th, 2007|Heart Disease, News, Stem Cell Research, Stem Cells, Uncategorized|