Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a neurological disorder that causes symptoms such as confusion, loss of efficiency, insomnia, lack of motor coordination, memory loss, tremors, stiff muscles and tremors. Stem cells are an integral group of cells that are capable of evolving, depending on the conditions around them, such as liver cells, kidney cells, brain cells, or other cells made up of 260 different types of cells. Human body.
When Dr. Mehmet Oz appeared on Oprah Winfrey’s show in March 2009, he showed a part of the human brain where lines are not present in a person with Parkinson’s disease. They believe that stem cells can be placed in that area to regenerate the damaged brain. He predicted that the use of stem cells to treat Parkinson’s disease would begin in about eight years. What he clearly doesn’t realize is that a clinic in Mexico has been using placental stem cells derived from the placenta (after birth) to successfully treat Parkinson’s for 18 years! How long has it been with actor Michael J. Fox (known as Alex P. Keaton on the hit show of the early 80’s) Family relations) Live with illness.
Since Mr. Fox is an advocate of stem cell treatment, I am surprised he has not taken advantage of the treatment offered in other countries. Maybe he doesn’t know that treatment is available. But that is, and Rita Alexander, the founder of ISCI, has been linked to cancer, cerebral palsy, dermatitis, diabetes, hepatitis C, HIV. , Muscular dystrophy, Parkinson’s, retinitis pigmentosa, arthritis, spina bifida and stroke. Rita has received many treatments individually to overcome the debilitating effects of rheumatoid arthritis.
James Devlin is a resident of Hawaii, but his paradise became a nightmare 15 years ago when he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. Unwilling to accept the reality of constant mental and physical collapse, he sought answers around the world to prevent the disease from taking control of his brain and his life. Her symptoms were a package of standard Parkinson’s, such as stiff muscles, decreased dexterity and coordination, insomnia, memory loss, confusion, and tremors in her hands, which made it difficult for her to feed herself. Normal daily activities like dressing, eating and writing became more challenging. James was prescribed a long list of medications to manage the growing number of symptoms. Another year ago, he found a way to recover from a PD at the International Stem Cell Institute (ISCI).
When Rita first met Mr. Devlin, he was very rude and rude, facing constant shocks as he made his way out of the airport. When he returned to the clinic six months after his first placental stem cell treatment, his body became lighter, he walked more easily, there were more shocks, and a big smile changed the facial expression he had made a few months earlier. After several additional stem cell treatments, James Devlin is able to remove all of Parkinson’s drugs and spend his days surfing in heaven. At age 67, he enjoys a 75 percent recovery.
Unfortunately, not everyone is physically and financially able to travel to Mexico. That is why Rita Alexander started ISCI in April 2008. She wants many more people with Parkinson’s disease to know that there are stem cell treatments that can change their way of life. ISCI assists in patient education, pre-treatment and post-treatment support, travel logistics and financial matters. Her goal is to help people access already available therapies and to reach out to U.S. To bring treatment
For more information about ISCI or to arrange a consultation or schedule an appointment, please visit http://www.iStemCelli.com Or contact Rita Alexander, executive director of the International Stem Cell Organization, at 800-609-7795.