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Hayden’s Journey: 2 months after his NCIM stem cell treatment (Patient blogsite)
Linda’s little boy has cerebral palsy and has vision, cognitive and walking issues. Within a week of getting primed stem cells & the nontoxic Beacon Factor by Nova Cells Institute doctors (August 2015), Linda shared this with NCIM by email:
As you know, my boy has really been struggling for a long time with walking and now after his treatment he just gets up and does it! Today he was even trying to run about. Also, I see signs his vision has improved too. On top of all this, his temperament is so much better and he is no longer easily frustrated and his ability to focus & take on challenging tasks has improved. For instance, today at therapy he put objects like circles, triangles and stars into the right sorting container which left the staff totally blown away! My husband took in all these leaps forward which left him almost in a state of disbelief! I wish all the parents of children with CP would get them into treatment with your program. Warmest regards to both you and Dr. Abel, and do watch your email for more progress updates and video clips too of our boy. Love, Linda.
At the hospital, even before we left to take this family back to their hotel in San Diego, the boy was sitting on the floor, then just folded one of his legs and got right up without help from his mom or anyone present. This so amazed the lady that it left her totally wide mouth open. Then at the hotel the boy did it again but this time took about 4 steps and sat down. The mother was simply awed by what was happening.
Want to know more about NCIM and its pioneering treatment program for cerebral palsy (CP), spina bifida and other neurologic conditions? Then grab your phone and call the NCIM U.S. information line at 1-562-916-3410 or email NCIM at NCInfodesk@gmail.com.
Nova Cells Institute is celebrating “Spina Bifida Awareness Month” (October) with a news release showcasing Danielle “Dani” Smith & Alejandra Germanese. Join us in honoring these 2 by going to http://www.24-7pressrelease.com/press-release/nova-cells-institute-announces-spina-bifida-advances-364003.php
http://www.24-7pressrelease.com/pdf/2013/10/05/press_release_364003.pdf – PDF version
On Sunday an NCIM press release on little Ryan Neighbors appeared on 3 PR services (24-7 Press Releases, Fire PR in the UK, and Free Press Release) and in the handful of hours since has created a bit of a positive stir. For one thing, Europe’s largest spina bifida charity picked up on tweets of the press releases and ran them on their main website at http://paper.li/SHINEUKCharity/1319719408. Many parents of children with spina bifida also picked up on the news release as well and one, Kara Underwood, whose son Bryson benefitted from treatment by NCIM, had this to say about Nova Cells on Facebook (Sunday 9-29-2013):
Best place on the planet for all your stem cell needs! They have the most caring team of patient coordinators and doctors around! Love them all to pieces! They are helping so many have a better quality of life! I praise God for Nova Cells Institute!
Email Kara at email@example.com
Want to know more about NCIM and its stem cell treatment program for spina bifida and other neurological issues? Call NCIM’s US information line at 1-562-916-3410 or email NCIM at NCInfodesk@gmail.com
Click this link to access the NOVA CELLS HEALING TOUCH newsletter, Spina Bifida Edition: http://ncimx.files.wordpress.com/2013/10/nova-cells-healing-touch.pdf
Ten year old Emily Johnson was born 16 weeks premature (weighing in at only 1 lb 6 oz.) and sustained nervous system damage later was manifest as an inability to communicate verbally, problems getting about, and seizures. Her doctors diagnosed her as having cerebral palsy. Like many children with CP Emily benefited from use of a walker and various kinds of therapy. In time her seizures abated and she learned to communicate via a speech device. Her parents, Patrick and Justin, wanted more for Emily, of course. Like most other parents of children with CP they went on a quest for therapies (including novel ones) that might reduce or remediate Emily’s disability and improve or enhance her motor and cognitive functioning. This quest brought them to Nova Cells Institute of Mexico (NCIM) in December 2011 and culminated in Emily’s being treated with pure umbilical cord and Wharton’s Jelly derived stem cells plus “Beacon Factor”, i.e., a proprietary hypoallergenic combination of peptides and cytokines that helps stem cells rapidly home in on and anchor to target tissues (NCIM’s Beacon Factor has been used by NCIM on all types of neurological diseases such as cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, spina bifida, and Parkinson’s disease with great success).
Emily’s response to her NCIM treatment began 2 months following her treatment and is ably captured in this update from her parents that came in this month (May 2012):
Our daughter Emily had a stem cell treatment through NCIM when she was 10 years old. We set up everything through (NCIM patient educator and care facilitator) Grace and she was wonderful to us. She was so attentive and loving and I really felt a bond with her over the phone and felt like I knew her and could really feel her excitement for helping kids!
When we got to San Diego, Grace and (her biochemist husband) Abel picked us up and personally escorted us to Mexico! Traveling to another country can be a bit overwhelming but they made us feel at ease and we really felt like they cared about our little Emily and they were very thorough in explaining how they get the stem cells and treat them and the desired outcome.
Since the treatment we have seen some wonderful changes in our daughter. Emily is non-verbal and cannot walk without assistance. Prior to her stem cell treatment she could not ask for help or communicate her needs effectively even with a speech output device. Now, just 5 months after treatment, she clearly articulates her needs using the device and she has also learned how to use an iPad for communication as well.
She has also shown a new level of maturity. She has demonstrated through testing that she can read well over 200 words. She is also able to build sentences and follow along with academic activities using her speech device. Her temperament has also changed. She used to break down easily and get very frustrated and she was unable to control her emotions. Now she seems to be more patient and confident in herself.
We feel that these changes are just the beginning and we are hopeful and excited to see even more good things coming from her treatment!
TO ACCESS A NEWS RELEASE THAT INCLUDES MENTION OF EMILY CLICK THIS LINK OR GO TO http://bit.ly/J9AKQw
Want to know more about NCIM and its stem cell treatment program for neurologic issues in children and adults? Call NCIM’s US information line at 1-562-916-3410 or email NCInfodesk@gmail.com.