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Has Any One Used Stem Cell Tharapy? Does It Work?
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posted April 9, 2017
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Yes Zoozu, he had it done where we live in Florida and yes they used his own stem cells extracted from his spine. Bean

posted April 11, 2017
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stem cell is still in experimental stages for PD in the US. My husband had stem cell on his knee and it worked. Bean

posted April 10, 2017
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I had stem cell therapy for my pd done in Mexico it. Was 12 k yes it helped it slowed/stopped the progression that was 2 yrs ago in April…
4. 1/2 yrs ago i had a disc in my back repaired with stem cells in the Palm Springs area…4000 bucks they used my platlets for my back
They flew in the cells for pd treatment…my back was in massive pain and in two weeks the pain was gone

posted February 26, 2023
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yes I had a tremor in my right hand. I had a stem cell shot and the tremor was gone in a few days That was 5 years ago

posted February 25, 2023
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I'm just checking it out, I would give anything to be normal again

posted April 15, 2017

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