Post 9/11 Lung Disease
52-year-old Caucasian male with history of traumatic brain injury (TBI), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and lung disease as a result of toxic exposure while working as a first responder during 9/11 crisis seeks stem cell therapy to improve lung function and overall health.
Patient received a total of three intravenous (IV) stem cell treatments up to this point, the first two in Mexico, using expanded cells (cells grown to large numbers in cultural media), and the most recent one in the U.S., using native cells (cells that have never been expanded) obtained from umbilical cord (CharaCore).
After his 1st stem cell treatment (150 million stem cells), he experienced “extreme fatigue” for 2 months, and did notice that he was breathing better after 2 1/2 months, and his O2 saturation was improved from 97% to 99%. After the 2nd stem cell treatment (30 million cells), patient has slight fatigue for 2 weeks, with no improvement in his symptoms at all.
With his 3rd stem cell treatment using native cells, patient noticed an increase in energy, with absolutely no post-therapy fatigue. His breathing improved within 3-4 days, and says he “could breathe way better” and feels “much stronger.” 2 weeks after the last stem cell treatment, his noticed his word retrieval was much better, and motor processing in his brain was a lot faster, “like I used to be in my 20’s to 30’s” in patient’s own words.