After graduating from the University of Pennsylvania and then practicing architecture from 1988-2004, I was commissioned to design an 8 story building in Bangkok, Thailand. My client was the first commercial stem cell treatment facility in the world.
In the 7 months I spent designing this building, I watched as they treated congestive heart failure patients who were stuck on transplant lists. The patients had grown tired of hoping and waiting for a donor heart that might never materialize. Hooked up to oxygen canisters, they were rolled in on wheelchairs with gray complexions and hung heads.
Many of them returned months later on their own power with a smile on their faces and a bounce in their step. Many of these patients doubled their ejection fractions (volume of blood pumped out of their hearts). Many of them went from Level 3 or 4 congestive heart failure (spending the rest of their short lives in a bed waiting for a heart transplant) down to Level 1 (playing tennis and chasing their grandchildren around).
This experience, coupled with a personal desire to find a treatment for diabetes (for someone very close to me) prompted me to research stem cells and I was quickly enthralled by the therapeutic benefits possible with Adult Stem Cell treatments.
These are not the controversial Embryonic stem cells you may have seen and heard debated in the USA for the last half decade but rather the natural healing and repair cells that can be found in each of our bodies. When we are hurt or tissue is damaged, your body sends armies of Adult Stem Cells to heal the dead tissue and create new tissue. Adult Stem Cells are found in blood, dental pulp, bone marrow, mother’s milk, placenta, amniotic fluid, umbilical cords, teeth, fat, menstruation and many other places.
Most patients in the US have no idea Adult Stem Cells have been treating over 100 diseases around the world for up to a decade. Thousands of clinical trials and peer reviewed papers from around the world show their safety and efficacy. For example, Multiple Sclerosis has been treated in many facilities around the world with stem cells with a long history of success. You can find many of the stories here MS and STEM CELL TREATMENTS and MS is one very few diseases that had US clinical trials performed (at Northwestern and Duke Universities). They were both very successful. In short, there is a large base of data regarding the benefits of stem cells for treatment of MS and many other diseases believed to be incurable in the US.
My personal crusade became to teach patients about treatment options not available in the USA. I soon started writing about stem cells for some of the top stem cell doctors, scientists, patient advocacy and treatment facilities in the world. I created The Stem Cell Blog which has grown to contain 1,300 posts and 1.5 million visits to date.
I also wrote the world’s first children’s book Super Stemmys: Doris and the Super Cells on Adult Stem Cells to educate and increase awareness. In it, a stem cell named Doris and her stem cell friends must all join forces and work together to repair an ailing heart and defeat the villain, Morbidus the Vile. I am also involved with many patient groups and patient advocates around the world.
I currently spend a lot of time assisting patients with debilitating or incurable diseases. Through me and my experience and connections, patients are able to avoid endless hours of confusion and frustration researching the over 500 treatment centers around the world. I find the best possible treatments for each individual patient chosen from only the best treatment centers. The information I provide is free and there is no obligation.
All the patient has to do is fill out a treatment request form. The patient’s medical info is then sent to only the top 3-5 treatment centers in the world that treat your specific disease. They are then contacted with information on protocols, costs, etc. I can also put patients in touch with other patients who are currently going through the process or have already been treated and are enjoying improved health.
If you have any questions, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org