John Koehn is from Ames, Iowa and in this episode, he shares how his 16-year old brother with Autism, improved his cognitive ability through Stem Cell treatment. Prior to treatments, John’s brother has low cognitive abilities i.e. no basic understanding of what time it is, no basic recognition of how many years there are in a year and has an IQ of 55. Her mother, on the other hand, made some research and started to talk to people in discussion groups and found out about stem cell treatments in Greece.
In 2010, they scheduled an appointment in Greece wherein liposuction was performed prior to extract adipose (fat) tissue for the stem cell treatment. Within a couple of weeks, his younger brother began to manifest promising improvements. He is now able to understand dates and the concept of time and reading a watch began to sink in.
Find out more how his brother’s life has bettered and how they attributed it to stem cell treatments.
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In This Episode, You’ll Learn
- About John Koehn’s younger brother with Autism
- His brother’s state and condition prior to receiving stem cell treatments
- How their mother learned about stem cell facility in Greece through people from discussion groups about Autism
- How they acquired stem cells using fat tissue extracted through liposuction
- That within a couple of weeks after treatment, his younger brother started to understand the concept of dates, the concept of time started to sink in and started to learn things naturally
- The cost of their travel to Greece
- About the facility in Greece and how responsive the doctor was to questions they ask
- About the Greek Government stand on stem cell treatments
- His top three tips to people who intend to receive the same procedure
The Onwards Medical Breakthrough
Researchers discover key to making new muscles
“Cyclic bursts of a STAT3 inhibitor can replenish muscle stem cells and promote their differentiation into muscle fibers, scientists report. The findings are an important step toward developing and maintaining new muscle to treat muscle diseases.”
You can learn more about this discovery at this link.
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