BLINDED BY MY HEARING (with a dose of humble pie)

In OFF THE BEATEN PATH on November 8, 2009 at 3:41 pm

I recently posted an article and a video about Chloe, a college student music major who lost her hearing.  Both of her parents are doctors and they decided to get her stem cell treatment.  Of course, it worked wonders. (story below)

Then I found a video about the story and posted that too.  I patted myslef on the back, thinking about how pretty my post was with video and pictures and a great story…

DUH!  The people I want to help, those with hearing disorders, can’t hear the video!!!  I was blinded by my own hearing.  COlor me humble and apologetic.  This is the tiniest glimpse into the disparity of how people who can hear and the deaf and hearing impaired experience the world around them every second of every day.

Much thanks and appreciation to M Mcconnell for sending me the captioned version of that video of Chloe’s miraculous recovery.



Original story:


It is a tragedy when someone begins to lose one of their senses. The ability of stem cells to treat mediate hearing loss is here today, currently available and has generated huge interest! Already within 36 hours of posting the article above on my blog, I helped 5 people (for free) with hearing disorders find the right stem cell treatment for their particular condition. Hearing loss from external environmental factors, natural degeneration, autoimmune disease/MS, etc.


Answers to that question including diabetes clinical trials: https://repairstemcell.wordpress.com/2009/10/10/do-stem-cell-treatments-work/


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