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I have found a promising experimental stem cell treatment by StemGenex in La Jolla, California, Unlike most stem cell treatment centers they use an intranasal administration to get stem cells to the brain, along with intravenous and direct injections and their internal statistics on Parkinson's patients are much better than others since getting the stem cells into the brain is difficult. I have been pre-approved for treatment but insurance will not cover experimental procedures.
The cost of treatment is $15,900 plus air fare of $800 and $2500 for a course of hyperbaric treatment as aftercare. There is a 9% commission on gifts through Go Fund Me,
I will write in detail about the experience, documenting it with video and making medical information available regardless of outcome. This will help others considering stem cell treatment. I will focus on what can be done to enhance the treatment, based on interviews with patients, doctors and my own experiences.
I talked about the blood brain barrier and how leaky gut allows inflammatory proteins to circulate systemwide, resulting in leaky brain. Brain inflammation leads to diseases like MS, Parkinson's and Alzheimers, especially when lymphatic drainage is compromised. Talked about diet, the special role of gluten and botanical treatments.
For those who wanted my talk on Parkinson's and MS, it is now available - Session 10 of the American Herbalists Guild 26th Anniversary AHG symposium ), 15-18 2015 at Backcountry recordings via backcountryrecordings.com or 904-460-2379. $10 including 2 other talks. The notes are at http://www.americanherbalistsguild.com/sites/default/files/neurology_and_herbal_practice_short_0.pdf
Parkinson's is difficult to treat because the most affected part of the brain is deep -other neurological conditions may be closer to the blood brain barrier. I still think that stem cell treatment for this condition has promise, but we are still researching what might work best.
It is true that I haven't had the dramatic changes that I expected. And I might have done better with stem cells taken from the cord blood of a newborn rather than my own adipose (fat) cells. When you are fat the cells can be hypoxic and less vital. One doctor I spoke with in Mexico said he prefers cord blood because the stem cells are more active, even if there are fewer of them.
A friend tells me that our neighbor is still experiencing improvements 2 years after his stem cell implant - and it took a while to build up. So there is still help. It has been only 6 months.
I was advised to invest in a vibration platform to increase the stem cell activation and to reduce Parkinson's symptoms. I used one while visiting my parents and it definitely activates circulation. So I am saving up for it now.
I believe MS and Parkinson's disease can be easily treated. Please refer to below for testimonials. http://saahm.proboards.com/thread/727/parkinsons-diease http://saahm.proboards.com/board/14/testimonials?q=multiple+sclerosis
Hi Karen, I remember awhile back you said you were getting some (maybe smallish)results. But now it sounds like this procedure was far from optimal. If that is the case, I am so sorry this did not meet your hopes.
how are your symptoms now? im considering doing this for my parkinson's
Hi Karen, also, increase the amount of vegetables and healthy animal foods you eat (from animals raised outside on pasture) and decrease the grains you eat until you phase them out completely. Check out neurologist Dr. David Perlmutter's important work on his website: http://www.drperlmutter.com/ and in his books Grain Brain and Brain Maker. I would love to hear about your progress. (Also, looking forward to learning about Dr. Datis Kharrazian's work listed in previous post by Tom).
Read datis kharrazian 'why isn't my brain working' and you will understand neurological damage and what to do about it
Karen, you might try breathing vaporized H2O2 to get oxygen.....3% straight in the vaporizer....