I was diagnosed with Dementia or early stages of Parkinson's in 2013. This was devastating to me as I was a Professor and had to give up teaching.
I noticed that even the smallest things from writing bank checks in order to pay bills was difficult. I would begin to write, but then couldn't remember who I was making the check out to. My brain haze seemed to be the worst complication, but I was having trouble walking as well, particularly with one leg. To make things worse I had been diagnosed with Diabetes.
We had crossed the border many times over the years and had no trepidations. In fact the trip was most plesant, Progenacell's clinic and doctor were finer than most in the US, and we felt like we were on vacation. Beautiful accommodations.
The cell therapy was surprising in that there was no surgery required. It was administered over two days and we took the rest home to complete. They included special pancreas cells to work on the diabetes as well as specific brain and neuronal cells for the dementia.
They were amazed at the changes. My head had cleared completely of the haze; I was much more verbal and able to carry on a conversation; I had lost 10 pounds-a nice side effect of accelerated metabolism with the therapy; my leg was much better and I was walking with no pain for the first time in a long time; my wife said that my skin looked like it did when I was a 20 year old - smooth and glowing.
Improvements seem to continue, in fact I am now thinking about returning to teaching.
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