Stem Cells Therapy Benefits In Just 7 Weeks For Periodic Paralysis

January 22nd, 2017

Jim is living with Periodic Paralysis, a rare inherited disorder that causes episodes of weakness and muscle paralysis. Often patients have limited treatment options and can have a severely impaired quality of life.  In this video Jim illustrates incredible benefits in just seven weeks since his adult stem cell therapy.

Jim’s treatment was provided by Doctor Todd Malan in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Life Changing Adult Stem Therapy Restores Doug’s Eyesightss

January 1st, 2017

A Must Watch Video.  Doug and his wife share his remarkable story of getting his eyesight back with adult stem cell therapy.

When he was in his early 30s, Doug Oliver’s macular degeneration was so bad, his doctor told him he had the eyes of a 72 year old. He was diagnosed legally blind and this led him on a downward spiral. Watch this miraculous story of how an adult stem cell transplant has given Doug and his wife a new life since his eyesight has returned.

Adult Stem Cell Miracles – Medical History Is Being Made

December 26th, 2016

These patients each had an adult stem cell transplant. They share their incredible stories of recovery.  Watch video here:

Adult Stem Cells Provide Help for Burn Victims

November 15th, 2016

There is help for burn victims using mesenchymal stem cells, a type of adult stem cell mostly found in the bone marrow.

Click link below to watch video to hear about the promising results from recent clinical studies.

Cruise Ship Retirement or Nursing Home?

October 29th, 2016

A man was recently on a cruise.  He got chatting to a woman who had been on the ship for its last four cruises.

She said:  “It’s cheaper than a nursing home.” She went on to explain:

“There will be no nursing home in my future. When I get old and feeble, I am going to be on this Cruise liner. The average cost for a nursing home is $200 per day. I have checked the reservations for this Cruise and I can get a long term discount and senior discount price of $135 per day. That leaves $65 a day for:

1.  Gratuities which are $10 per day.

2.  I can have as many as 10 meals a day (of fantastic food) if I want.

3.  There are three swimming pools, a workout room, free washers and dryers, and shows every night.

4.  They have free toothpaste and razors, and free soap and shampoo.

5.  They treat you like a customer, not a patient. An extra $5 worth of tips has the entire staff scrambling to help you.

6.  I get to meet new people every 7 or 14 days!

7.  TV broken? Light bulb need changing? Need to have the mattress replaced? No problem! They fix everything and apologize for your inconvenience.

8.  Clean sheets and towels every day, and you don’t even have to ask for them.

9   There is always a doctor on board.”

 Tell us where would you like to retire? 



Stem Cells – The New Frontiers in Health, Science and Medicine

October 26th, 2016

Watch this video to see the incredible biomedical research that is underway to unlock the potential of stem cells in order to conquer disease.

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Stimulating Own Stem Cells To Regenerate and Restore Teeth To Avoid Root Canals

July 11th, 2016

Brushing Teeth

Scientists from the University of Nottingham and Harvard University’s Wyss Institute are looking to put an end to root canals in the future. They’re developing a new treatment strategy that will heal a damaged tooth using the patient’s own stem cells.

Though the work is still in its early stages, and has not yet been tested in people, the scientists won an award from the Royal Society of Chemistry for their idea: regenerative dental fillings.

When dental pulp disease and injury happen, a root canal is typically performed to remove the infected tissues, explained Dr. Adam Celiz, Marie Curie Research Fellow at the University of Nottingham.

Instead of the current dental materials used on fillings, which are toxic to cells, the new approach harnesses and stimulates one’s own stem cells instead.

“What we found is a material that can potentially regenerate components of a patients’ tooth,” Celiz told CBS News.

“We’re trying to provide an alternative material, an alternative therapy,” he said, because the current method involves the dentist removing all of the infected pulp tissue, “scraping it out, and it can be very painful.”

The process works by stimulating native stem cells inside teeth, triggering repair and regeneration of pulp tissues.

Click video link above to hear more.

Texans Are Managing Pain With Stem Cells Over Painkillers

July 4th, 2016

Source:  Amanda Brandeis KXAN

AUSTIN (KXAN) — While painkillers have an important role in healthcare, they’re commonly abused and often lead to addiction. Those who don’t want to risk getting addicted can find themselves losing hope at treating their chronic pain. But here in Austin, some patients are getting that hope back.

“I was suffering every day, and every year it was getting worse,” says B-DOE, a radio personality for KLBJ.

The pain in his knees first started after a serious car crash 15 years ago. Since then, B-DOE has battled arthritis and undergone knee surgeries to try to find relief.

“Nothing’s worked. Nothing had worked over the years to lessen that pain, a lot of ibuprofen. I’m not one who likes to take that medication to begin with.”

Nothing worked until he tried adult stem cell therapy at Bennulife.

“Adult stem cells that come from the patient’s own body. So they’re not foreign, they’re already in the patient’s body,” said Dr. Katy Moncivais, a scientist at Bennulife. “We harness them and put them where they need to go – where the patient needs a little bit of an extra boost with healing.”

Dr. Moncivais says ‘stem cell’ is really a general term that means a cell can make a copy of itself and can turn into something else.

The entire process of injecting one’s own adult stem cells takes just an hour. The patient lies face down and is given a local anesthesia. Then a doctor extracts stem cells from bone marrow in the hip, and later injects it back into the problem area.

Dr. Andres Lerner performed the procedure on B-DOE.

“I do believe that it’s going to lead to a major reduction in the use of narcotics and pain medication as a long-term plan of management for patients,” said Dr. Lerner. “This is an alternative to the more invasive surgeries.”

B-DOE says the procedure was a game-changer for healing his pain.

“I was back to normal almost in a month — pain free. It still to this day blows my mind,” he says. “I feel excited and thankful to actually wake up! When I go run to play with the kid, I can run!”

He says he hasn’t had to use any anti-inflammatory medication since his adult stem cell therapy procedure.

Dr. Lerner says right now the procedure isn’t typically covered by insurance. He says depending on the amount of stem cells and complexity, the procedure can cost anywhere from $3,500 to $6,500.

He looks forward to the day when more people are utilizing it to manage pain as many people are not yet aware of this treatment.

“If it works, and most of the time it does – you’re not taking pain medication anymore,” said Dr. Lerner. “I am a surgeon and I love surgery, it has an important place in healthcare. But surgery is something no one wants, including the surgeon! It’s something we need to do because we have no better option. Having better options to delay or avoid surgery is very exciting.”

Dr. Lerner says the length of pain relief varies from patient to patient, anywhere from a few months to several years.

Stanford Doctors ‘Stunned’ Stroke Patients Walk Again After Stem Cell Injections

June 4th, 2016

Reported by: Lili Tan – NBC Bay Area

It’s a medical breakthrough that is even surprising doctors: chronic stroke patients with little hope for recovery suddenly talking and walking again. Stanford researchers say a new stem cell experiment is transforming lives.

“We did not expect to see significant recovery,” said Dr. Gary Steinberg, who is Stanford University School of Medicine’s Chief of Neurosurgery. “We were quite startled by the remarkable recovery some of the patients showed.”

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