Warren and his family joins us to discuss how Parkinson’s Disease Stem Cell Therapy has been beneficial for his Parkinson’s disease and the overall quality of his life.
Warren is sixty-five years old and suffers from Parkinson’s disease; this is his Parkinson’s disease story. The first symptom he recognized occurred one day while he was ironing his shirts and lost the ability to use his entire left arm. Shortly after this episode occurred tremors, muscle and joint pain followed with an increase of fear of heights. Parkinson’s disease has taken away some of the precious hobbies, such as playing tennis and working on antique cars, of which brought Warren peace and joy.
While conducting his adult stem cell research, Warren began to accept the idea of stem cells and consider stem cell therapy for himself. Although Warren’s regular neurologists and doctors did not approve of stem cell therapy, his brother who is a family physician notified him of the unbelievable progress one of his patients was experiencing, thanks to stem cells. After having his first treatment in December 2011, Warren experienced improvement in his walking and tremors. Warren states, “To anyone considering stem cells, make sure you can afford it. What is it worth to get your life back?”as he advocates for people to not give up on their fights with debilitating diseases.
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