Wife of Happy Days Actor Sees Stem Cell Therapy Benefits for Parkinson’s
Morgan Most, wife of Happy Days actor Don Most, was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2001. The effects were disabling. “I needed three doses of medicine each morning to treat my symptoms and couldn’t get out of bed until noon. I couldn’t drive. I was suffering from panic and anxiety attacks. All I could see was the bad and I thought it would just progress. It felt hopeless.”
Don, who was feeling the desperation of the loving partner he had met on the set of Happy Days, got a message from a Facebook friend that recommended StemGenex. “I did my research and we decided to give it a try.”
Morgan explained, “My symptoms seemed to be snowballing. I was looking for something that would change my downward spiral.”
Don and Morgan took the journey from Los Angeles to San Diego to visit StemGenex. “We honestly didn’t know what to expect. What we found was this amazing facility,” said Don. “It was a tightly run ship. Everyone we met was positive and helpful. The doctors responded to all of our questions and concerns with compassion and understanding. We felt hopeful at last, and Morgan’s situation quickly improved.”
Morgan stated, “My stem cell therapy treatment truly set the clock back. I can drive again. The panic and anxiety are gone. The Parkinson symptoms have diminished. I have hope now.”
Don added, “It’s been an amazing experience to see Morgan change for the positive. Sometimes we pinch ourselves because it seems like we’re dreaming. We are thankful, and feel truly blessed that we found StemGenex.”
Morgan M., December 19, 2017.We can provide no guarantees as to the effectiveness of the treatment for any particular case or patient, and past success is not a guarantee of future results. Stem cell therapy is not FDA approved and is not a cure. The patient had previously received treatment that is the subject of this video for which patient was charged our standard fee, but received a second treatment in exchange for agreeing to promote StemGenex services.