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Monday, September 7, 2009

Placenta Stem Cell Treatment for Rheumatoid Arthritis

After writing my book about stem cell research, I kept hoping that a breakthrough that didn’t have any controversy attached to it would come forth to help people who suffer with illnesses and medical conditions. I found such a breakthrough when I met Rita Alexander, the founder and executive directorof International Stem Cell Institute (ISCI), and learned about placenta stem cells.

The use of placenta stem cells is non-controversial and has been proven successful for 25 years in treating a variety of conditions in people from all over the world. The drawback is that the treatment is not yet approved by the FDA; therefore, it is not available in the United States. It’s a shame that our treatment options are determined by a restrictive regulatory agency that keeps our nation’s citizens shackled by diseases that could be cured, or at least significantly improved, through stem cell treatment.

For those who are able to travel to Mexico, a placenta stem cell treatment can be given to help alleviate cancer, cerebral palsy, dermatomyositis, diabetes, hepatitis C, HIV, immune deficiency, kidney disorders, multiple sclerosis, migraines, muscular dystrophy, Parkinson's, retinitis pigmentosa, rheumatoid arthritis, spina bifida, and stroke. Rita has reported astounding benefits that are positively life altering for the patients who are treated at the clinic.

Twenty-six years ago, Rita was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis (RA). She tried every conventional medication and alternative/complementary option available and even traveled to the Bahamas and Mexico looking for a treatment that would relieve her suffering. Most physicians told her that RA was something she would just have to learn to live with. But, even when she became extremely debilitated and practically bedridden, she refused to accept this reality. Out of sheer desperation and feeling she had little to lose, she decided to go to a treatment center in Mexico to receive placental stem cell therapy.

The physician administering the stem cell treatments at the Mexico clinic was trained by a physician in Europe where placental treatments have been done for 25 years. Within four months of her first stem cell treatment, Rita improved significantly and experienced a reduction of pain and swelling in her joints. She immediately noticed a dramatic increase in energy. She required several treatments over the next few years to bring her condition under control, but at age 52 today, her back pain has been completely eliminated, and her overall health has improved significantly. Now, she enjoys a quality of life she once thought was lost. She sincerely believes that her disease will be in complete remission with additional stem cell treatments.

Because she was fortunate enough to find her way back to a healthy life through placental stem cell therapy, she formed International Stem Cell Institute (ISCI), soon to be headquartered in San Diego—the epicenter for the biotech industry. Rita is now assisting other patients who are desperate for a solution. Her goal is to help patients access placental stem cell treatment at the Mexico clinic where she received treatment. She hopes to acquire the funding to begin clinical trials and bring placenta stem cell treatments to the United States.

If you are suffering with arthritis, I encourage you to contact ISCI (800-609-7795) to learn how Rita Alexander can assist you with patient education, pre- and post-treatment support, travel logistics, and financial matters regarding treatment. Visit http://www.iStemCelli.com for more information.

1 comment:

Peoples-Health said...

Arthritis is a swollen and inflammatory condition of the joints. This can cause swelling, pain and stiffness of joints and may affect other body parts like bones and muscles.