Stem Cells Can Change Lives

 

  Join us on Multiple Sclerosis Radio as the Director of MSstation™ Radio Judi Lecoq and her panel of nine individuals candidly share their testimonies of living with Multiple Sclerosis and their experiences after undergoing Stem Cell Treatment.

Stem Cells Can Change Lives

Judi Lecoq

I was diagnosed with Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis in 1997, and began the Stem Cell Journey, with Fundraising January 2010.  Judi Lecoq’s Website:  judilecoq.com
 YouTube Channel:  judilecoq 

 

 

 

SammyJo Wilkinson   

Diagnosed ’95 relapsing remitting MS, secondary progressed by 2002.  May 2012 I had adult stem cells in Houston, TX

Patients for Stem Cells patientsforstemcells.org

Interview with SammyJo Wilkinson on NPR February 02, 2013
“FDA Challenges Stem Cell Companies As Patients Run Out Of Time”
  

 

 

 

Jennifer Ziegler

I was diagnosed with MS in 2004.  I started thinking about Adult Stem Cell Therapy around 6 yrs. ago.
Adult Stem Cell and MS advocacy information on my Twitter page @Zchick1836
 

 

 

 

Holly Huber

Diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2004. Within months of my official diagnosis, I couldn’t walk.  I was quickly facing having to live the rest of my life in a wheelchair and needing to depend on someone else 24/7 for survival. After 9 months of clinical research, in 2008 I had my first stem cell treatment.

My Stem Cell Story:   iLoveMyNewStemCells.com

 

 

 

Fiona Sparrow

Diagnosed 2005 with RRMS in 2009.  Then I was told I had Malignant MS an extremely aggressive form. Only 3-5% of patients have this form. In December 29/2011 I underwent a full bone marrow transplant/stem cell transplant!

Fiona’s Fight   fionasfight.com

Blog About MS.org blogaboutms.org

 

 

 

Annette Williams

Diagnosed with Relapsing Remitting MS in 2008. In 2010 it progressed to secondary progressive. I heard about stem cell therapy and begin researching about it. Following a fund raiser I went and had adult stem cells.
 

 

 

 

Carla Hickman 

Diagnosed in May of 2003 with Relapsing Remitting Multiple Sclerosis.  I began looking into stem cells in 2009 and went to Costa Rica in 2010.

 

 

 

 

 

Kane Roper

Diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis for roughly 7 – 8 years, before receiving stem cell treatment last Christmas.

Kane Roper on YouTube – Feverant  

  

 

 

 

Richard Humphries

In October of 2005 after several hundred tonic seizures, I was diagnosed with Relapsing Remitting Multiple Sclerosis. By March 2007, it transition to Secondary Progressive MS.  My wife and I were looking at a wheelchair. By the time I chose to have his first Stem Cell Treatments in 2008, I was completely bedridden. My Stem Cell Journey is long and varied.

 

 

 
 

Preston Walker

Diagnosed on Dec. 2001 with RRMS.  I went down for ASC treatment on May 2008, June of 2009 and July of 2010.

 

 

 

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Dr Riordan Founder & CEO of the Stem Cell Institute on Multiple Sclerosis Radio

How do Stem Cells Work?

Essentially, stem cells are progenitor cells which are capable of regeneration and differentiation into a wide range of specialized cell types. Once injected, stem cells follow inflammatory signals from damaged tissues and have multiple ways of repairing these damaged areas.

 Stem Cell Treatment Benefit a number of Disease Conditions:
Autism
Cerebral Palsy
Heart Failure
Multiple Sclerosis
Osteoarthritis
Rheumatoid Arthritis
Spinal Cord Injury
Autoimmune Diseases

Stem Cell Institute

Patient Videos 

 

Article from Bloomberg Business Week Magazine The plight of current CellTex patients to date.
Includes…
SammyJo Wilkinson
Carla Bridges Hickman
Jennifer Wininger Ziegler

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