"Independence Days" Part 1 | Jack Pearce SCI Stem Cell DocumentaryPart 2: https://youtu.be/JmfwTgqxk08
Read the full story here: http://stemcelltreatmentnow.com/u-s-spinal-cord-injury-patient-documenting-his-stem-cell-epidural-stimulation-treatment/
Spinal Cord Injury, Lenny Larsen | Stem Cell + Epidural Stimulation Treatment TestimonialOnly the 2nd patient to receive the revolutionary epidural stimulation + stem cell treatment for spinal cord injury, Lenny was able to breathe on his own for the first time since his tragic accident.
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Original 4 Patient Study: http://www.nih.gov/news/health/apr2014/nibib-08.htm
See the device: http://professional.medtronic.com/pt/neuro/scs/prod/restore-advanced/index.htm#.VBk___mSywW
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Spinal Cord Injury | Stem Cell Treatment TestimonialNarine spent 3 months in a coma and 7 years with no use of her lower limbs due to a tragic car accident that left her with a spinal cord injury and minor traumatic brain injury. Thanks to the combination of stem cells and a revolutionary new epidural electrode stimulation device, Narine is now able to control her legs and support herself. Narine is the first woman to receive this device, the 5th ever, and the first person to undergo this unique stem cell + implant treatment.
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SCI Patients Discuss Stem Cell ImprovementsPeople with incomplete Spinal Cord Injuries make up one of the largest groups receiving donated umbilical cord blood and cord transplants. What are the outcomes of their treatments? In this video we've collected 8 patients' improvements together. Each injury is different and each person's road to recovery is different. But we hope this video can help people better understand the opportunity the treatments may provide.
This video has English subtitles.
Claire Marsh Returns - Spinal Cord Injury PatientIn 2010 Claire Marsh of Australia returned to China for a second round of adult stem cell transplants to improve her condition following a boating accident. The accident left her with an incomplete spinal cord injury.
In this video Claire talks about the results of her journey to China for stem cell treatments. She also talks about the specific improvements she saw in the year following her first therapy and the improvements she saw in the hospital during her second round.
Go to http://vimeo.com/6793267 to see her first video. Read her full patient experience at StemCellsChina http://tinyurl.com/2fofn3w. For more videos related to spinal cord injury stem cell patients check out our Vimeo Channel at http://vimeo.com/channels/79458.
David Returns to China for TreatmentDavid Aldrich fell off a boat into shallow water. He suffered a spinal cord injury in the fall. Then he floated face-down in the water unable to breathe. Through his recovery David would eventually "die" eight times. He lost his vision as well.
Death couldn't hold him. David kept coming back. In 2006 David reversed a DNR order while suffering from appendicitis when he learned his family had arranged for him to travel to China for adult stem cell therapy.
During David's first cycle of transplants he made significant improvement including black/white restoration to his vision. After the treatment he pushed his physical therapy regimen hard and saw continued improvements in his condition.
In 2008 he traveled to Qingdao China for his second cycle of adult stem cells. This interview was shot near the end of his second round of treatment.
Christopher "Kit" Bond - Spinal Cord Injury Stem Cell PatientKit Bond knows the most advanced stem cell therapies available to spinal cord injury patients as both a researcher and a patient.
This video was shot near the end of his second round of umbilical cord blood stem cell transplants in Qingdao China. His very first treatment involved stem cell implantation along his spine in Portugal.
Adult stem cell therapy does not present a magic bullet cure for any condition today. Spinal cord injury patients do not "rise and walk" following injections of adult stem cells. They must combine transplants with aggressive physical therapy to draw the cells toward needed areas much as white blood cells follow a notification system to injury or infection sites.
In this video Kit talks about his decision to come to China and try a treatment not allowed in the US--and the improvements he's seen as a result of the treatment.
Safe adult stem cell therapies are available today in China offering real quality of life improvements to patients. If you are interested in treatment options available today please visit StemCellsChina.com and submit an inquiry.
Brandon Harmison - SCI Stem Cell PatientBrandon is a Californian in China for stem cells. After a motorcycle accident damaged his spine Brandon has struggled to improve what function he still has. Stem cells are working to pull him along.
Michelle Hooks - Spinal Cord Injury SurvivorA car accident took Michelle from a bill of perfect health to blindness and paralysis. Her condition had normalized in the US around constant care. No options existed for her to improve her condition.
In the past year Michelle has received two rounds of adult stem cell treatment in China and speaks with us here about the quantifiable physical improvements she's seen in her condition during that time and her personal response to the treatments' results.
This interview was recorded in Shijiazhuang at Bethune Peace Hospital.
Tamara Marquis - SCI Stem Cell PatientTamara, a mother of two, survived a car crash in Elko, Nevada. She suffered significant spinal injuries during the accident and underwent a lot of surgery following it to secure her spine.
In Shijiazhuang, China she received a regimen of adult stem cells and physical therapy to enhance her recovery efforts. In this video she talks about the accident that brought her to China and the improvements she has seen in her condition.
This interview was shot in Beijing as Tamara and her caretaker were leaving China.
Claire Marsh - Spinal Cord Injury***2010 Update***
See Claire's video update following her second round of transplants on Vimeo at http://vimeo.com/13380598. All SCI videos are collected at http://vimeo.com/channels/79458.
Claire came to China in 2008 to receive spinal injections of umbilical cord blood stem cells for the treatment of a spinal cord injury she sustained in a boating accident.
When Claire arrived in China she had plateaued in her physically therapy back home in Australia and was looking for a new therapy to help her continue onward. With no movement in her legs, no sweat function and very little sensation she began receiving injections of umbilical cord blood stem cells.
After a full round of injections Claire had begun to walk without her crutches and had begun to move one of her toes. Months after the therapy she regained sweat function below her injury site.
Adult stem cell therapy offered in China today is not a cure for any condition but can offer quality of life improvements for patients. Conditions treated today with adult stem cells typically have no other treatment options.
If you are interested in a medical evaluation for the treatment of a spinal cord injury or any of the conditions listed at StemCellsChina.com please submit an inquiry.
Jennifer Broadhurst - SCI Stem Cell PatientJennifer Broadhurst suffered a cheerleading accident years ago and sought out adult stem cell therapy to treat her old injury.
In this video she discusses her decision to try umbilical cord stem cells and the improvements she has seen in her sensation, core strength and hand movement.