Dr Alok Sharma, India, stem cell injections to spinal fluid


can’t use donor stem cells when injecting to spinal fluid, because it has a preservative or something

Using own stem cells generated from patient fat tissue or bone merrow

they treat several neurological conditions, but does not mention PD, it’ll sent them a question

Dr Alok also points that some countries in Asia including China and India are ahead of the US in stem cell research and applications. The reason is president Bush banned stem cell due to ethical concerns Obama resumed stem cell research and applications but some gap still exist

MSC Stem cell testimonials

Looking at testimonials of elite athletes treated with stem cell injections

Testimonials from Stem cell institute in panama, including Joe Rogan and Tony robins >>

Dr Yoni Whitten tried stem cells

also, has Ebook

Stem Cell Mistakes Ebook

CPI clinic in Mexico

Has some testimonies here
very happy client here

UFC competitor talk with Joe Rogan about his treatment at CPI

Another UFC guy treated at CPI, talks to Joe Rogan

UFC guy talks to Joe Rogan about his stem cell treatments at Bioxcellerator in Colombia

Bodybuilder did intense stem cell therapy with amazing results

UFC champion and current belt holder, Sean O’Malley, visit the clinic to treat his knee and other issues, treatment comprise of stem cell. HBOT, PRP injections, the visit has a lot of PR

MSC stem cells for Pennies improvement

Ross Edgley swam around UK, and then got stem cells for many joints

Dr Mark Hyman got a similar treatment

Ben Greenfield repeated the treatment 3 more times, says he feel like 18 years old. This is the most expensive treatment, as it targets many joints and it’s done in the US. Due to US regulation, growing stem cells culture in the lab is not allowed, all stem cells are from the client or from the donor, this also makes the treatment expansive, growing stem cell in a lab for many generations reduce costs but has negative side effects. growing stem cells for up to 2 generations or so is OK (if I remember correctly from lecture by Dr Rirden from the Panama clinic.

The Clinic docereclinics.com, is going to offer an affordable version of the treatment soon.

What is the Potential of Stem Cell Treatment for PD? (YouTube Webinar)

This webinar is a recording of a live broadcast that took place in June 2019 and consisted of a panel discussion on cell-based therapy for PD. Chairing the panel is Professor Patrik Brundin. The panel of experts includes Gaynor Edwards, a person affected by PD; Parkinson’s neurologist, Clair Henchcliffe and Dr. Roger Barker, consultant neurologist. The panel discusses what kind of stem-cells exist; the source of stem-cells; the uses of stem-cells, and specifically dopamine stem-cells. The panel talks about current trials and the timeline for when stem-cells will be a viable treatment for PD. One of the issues raised is whether we will be able to produce stem-cells in large enough quantities. The panel of experts takes questions from viewers and gives answers on subjects like stem-cell tourist and the cost of treatment. The final word on the subject is that despite the cost of potential stem-cell treatment it will save money spent on the medical care of untreated patients in the long term.