Primary Lateral Sclerosis

I can't tell you how thrilled both my husband and I are with the results of the fetal stem cell treatments my husband has received. Approximately six and a half years ago John received the diagnosis of primary lateral sclerosis PLS, a rare neuromuscular disease characterized by progressive muscle weakness in the voluntary muscles. His doctor told us that there was nothing that mainstream medicine could do for him. Thus began our research into alternative treatments.

After researching and trying several different avenues, we had a rather serendipitous meeting with a couple whose child had received fetal stem cell treatments and his condition was improving immensely. Without the fetal stem cell treatments, he most likely would have died from his condition.

John has now received two fetal stem cell treatments over a one- year period. Not only has the PLS ceased to progress, but the improvement in his gait, fine motor movements, and speech has been nothing less than miraculous.

Needless to say, the fetal stem cell treatments have offered us hope in an arena where there was little and more quality of life than John had ever hoped to regain.

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