Patient Stories and Experiences

Stem cell transplants and treatments offer new hope for people dealing with serious illnesses, degenerative diseases and the ravages of aging. Stem cell therapies boost the body’s immune system, kick-start the immune system and inspire rejuvenation. Your own cells are the best medicine for your body. Read about these patients’ stories and experiences with self-rejuvenation and healing using stem cells.

Diabetic Neuropathy

It’s commonly believed that nerve damage due to diabetes is permanent, but stem cell therapy offers hope to those who suffer from the pain associated with diabetic neuropathy. A three-year clinical study tested the effects of stem cell therapy on 29 people with type 2 diabetes. Within six months of the first treatment, blood sugar controls and cholesterol improved significantly and most were able to reduce their dependence on insulin. In addition, more than half of the patients suffering from diabetic neuropathy saw their condition reversed and the neuropathy eliminated.

Knee Replacement Surgery

Anne, 53, was a prime candidate for knee replacement surgery in both knees. She had been unable to climb stairs without pain for years, and had been walking with knee braces and a walker for more than a year when her doctor suggested she try stem cell therapy for joint regeneration as a last resort before knee replacement. Within 48 hours, Anne reported reduction in joint pain that had been her near-
constant companion for years. Three weeks after stem cell treatments, Anne reported that she was able to walk without a cane or walker, and without joint pain.

Stem Cell Therapy for COPD

Diane, 59, had been living with progressively worsening COPD for several years. At the time she began stem cell therapy, she was unable to work, could not shower or walk more than a few steps. She was only mobile thanks to the use of a power chair, and had been receiving oxygen therapy for nearly 7 years. Within weeks of her first stem cell treatment, Diane was able to stop using her power chair and no longer needed supplementary oxygen. She reported that she was able to walk on her own “not as far as I would like, but further than I ever thought I could.”


David, 38, was born with a defective heart valve. By the age of 15, he already had a pacemaker and by age 25, he had an implanted defibrillator and was on the list for a heart transplant. After his condition deteriorated further and David was removed from the transplant list, his mother hunted down information on stem cell transplants as a treatment for coronary disease and cardiomyopathy. Six months after stem cell therapy for cardiac problems, David reported that he was able to mow the lawn, play with his children, ride a bike, take walks and work out two to three times a week. Three years after the original treatment, his ejection fraction rate is still double what it was before treatment, and he is able to engage in most normal daily activities without shortness of breath or other problems.

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