Multiple sclerosis patient retires his walking stick after umbilical cord-derived stem cell therapy

From: mcgillron Date: Wed, Nov 27, 2013 at 11:51 AM Subject: Happy Thanksgiving! To: edited_for_privacy@cellmedicine.com 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 [...]

Stem Cell Therapy for Autism – Ethan’s Journey

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. Hi all! I wanted to update you on Ethan. He is doing fantastic! His cognitive flexibility has dramatically improved. We have reduced another medication and [...]

Spinal cord injury patient demonstrates progress after treatment at Stem Cell Institute Panama

Watch towards the end to see Daniel demonstrate something his doctors told him he would never do. Daniel W suffered a T-8 complete spinal cord injury about 6 years ago. Daniel is at the Stem Cell Institute in Panama City, Panama undergoing comprehensive courses of stem cell therapy that include intrathecal and intravenous injections of [...]

Stem Cell Treatments for Autism 3-year update from Millie Jimenez

Millie Jimenez gives an update on her twin boys' (Angelo and Anthony) improvements since their first umbilical cord stem cell treatments at the Stem Cell Institute in Panama almost 3 years ago. "Now, it's just been amazing. I've been able to get a job again and get my life back. They are easier to take [...]

Stem Cell Therapy for Autism – Amazing QEEG Results of Kenneth Kelley!

Original Post by Marty Kelley, Kenneth's mother on July 18, 2013 This is Kenneth's QEEG scans from 2007, two years before adult stem cells, and 2013 after six adult [uman umbilical cord] stem cell treatments. These are huge improvements. Dr. {Sandlin) Lowe said that the 2007 scan looks like borderline seizures and would indicate that [...]

2013-07-19T17:43:54+00:00July 19th, 2013|Autism, Autism, News, Patient Stories, Stem Cell Therapy, Uncategorized|

Stem cell therapy for knees, osteoarthritis and autoimmune disorders: King Goff

King Goff received three applications of his own adipose tissue-derived stem cells over the course of 3 days for a knee injury and autoimmune issues at the Stem Cell Institute in Panama. In this video, Mr. Goff discusses conventional treatments he received before stem cells, pre-treatment symptoms, post-treatment improvements, the doctors and staff, and the [...]

Stem cell therapy for spinal cord injury: The Spinal Cord Journey

A short film about three spinal cord injury patients who share their stories of tragedy, hope and recovery following stem cell treatments for spinal cord injury at the Stem Cell Institute in Panama City, Panama. See them demonstrate their improvements by lifting themselves up, standing and even walking after stem cell therapy.

Stem Cell Treatments for Rheumatoid Arthritis – Arminda Bourin

Arminda Bourin has suffered from rheumatoid arthritis since 2003. She underwent adult stem cell therapy at the Stem Cell Institute in February 2012 because her swollen, painful ankles made it very difficult for her to walk. This interview takes place approximately one year after treatment. Before coming to Panama, Ms. Bourin tried everything from anti-inflammatory [...]