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Wednesday, December 16, 2009

MS Patient Videos Found on the Adult Stem Cell Therapy website

Take a look at Preston Walker's Video, created in September 2009.

See Preston, before and after his stem cell treatment

Hear of his symptoms, including fatigue and depression

Click the above link and take the time to watch and listen

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1 comment:

Cynthia Beattie Mcgill said...

Stem cell therapy is set to become a major part of ATS, cancer, hearing loss treatments and of course plastic surgery. The need is however, is to ensure that these are stored in perfect condition before actually getting transplanted to the receiver’s body. This has made the industry of 'controlled rate freezers' to grow at a fast pace to keep up with the demand. I am doing a paper on ‘The Uses of Stem Cell Perseverance and the Techniques of Storing Them’ and found your post valuable.

Cynthia Beattie Mcgill