Roger Easterling, 48, began having tinkling sensations and numbness in his hands and legs during the summer of 2014. At first he tried to ignore this but soon he found this impossible to do as one leg and foot were now working very badly, and one of his hands had become stiff and difficult to move. Soon both hands were drawn up in a fist. He was also getting tired very easily and edgy.
After seeing a neurologist and going through all kinds of tests and scans the verdict came down: Multiple sclerosis.
Roger began taking the drugs his doctor prescribed but all he did was deteriorate. He was now afraid, not just for himself but the family that depended on him including his wife and teenage children.
One of the things that really bothered Roger was watching his once considerable physical and mental energies drain away, combined with the onset of depression. And though he was sleeping more and had begun napping for twenty minutes three and four times daily, he was constantly tired and almost never felt refreshed or ready to tackle routine tasks and chores.
Like many people with a devastating disease that wasn’t responding to conventional care, Roger and his wife began scouring the Web for promising new treatments including stem cells. This led him to Nova Cells during February (2015).
During the first week of March Roger went to Mexico where he received primed umbilical cord stem cells and the Beacon Factor. Within hours he was moving his stiff hand freely and within two weeks both hands were relaxed and working normally.
In the days since then Roger has enjoyed additional gains:
Prior to his stem cell & Beacon Factor treatment Roger would go golfing with his children every weekend but found that it took four hours to do nine holes and he left the country club exhausted. Now he is golfing the same course in 2 hours time and finishes up full of pep.
In the months prior to his stem cell treatment Roger and his family would go to church every Sunday, but because of his MS he did not have the strength to stand up to sing. Now he is able to do this.
In addition, whereas once he got tuckered out just carrying a gallon of water from his car into his house, now he was taking on physically demanding tasks without getting weary. For example, recently he pulled out a defective toilet in one of his bathrooms and carried it out of his house for hauling away and disposal.
Roger’s depression too is now pretty much a thing of the past.
Naturally, Roger and his family and the entire Nova Cells staff is excited by his turnaround and anticipate seeing more gains and improvements in the weeks and months ahead.