Brandon Weiss, 14 year old male with an incomplete spinal cord injury

In May 2013 Brandon Weiss suffered an incomplete spinal cord injury during surgery to correct scoliosis, a medical condition in which the spine is curved from side-to-side. Following this procedure, Brandon slowly gained strength but even so his parents wanted more for him. On 9-3-2012 young Brandon had a Nova Cell’s treatment using primed adult … Continue reading Brandon Weiss, 14 year old male with an incomplete spinal cord injury

John P. Roberts: Another spinal cord injury turnaround

John P. Roberts, a 54-year-old male from the USA with spinal cord injury (Quadriplegic) John’s medical troubles began in 2010 with “feeling downright lousy”, the cause of which proved mystifying and hard-to-pinpoint for his regular doctors. After two months of feeling crappy, he became so ill that his wife insisted on taking him to a … Continue reading John P. Roberts: Another spinal cord injury turnaround

SPINAL CORD INJURY: Substantial improvements in short order

NCIM doctors recently treated an SCI patient using his own bone marrow stem cells that had been primed in Nova Cells Institute’s laboratory. In addition, he received Nova Cell’s proprietary cytokine-protein homing or “Beacon” Factor.  Within a period of weeks, he found that he could move his leg at the knee and do a multitude … Continue reading SPINAL CORD INJURY: Substantial improvements in short order

Wharton’s Jelly Stem Cells: safety & more

ADVANTAGES OF WHARTON’S JELLY STEM CELLS ESPECIALLY MESENCYMALS (Designated as WJ-MSC for convenience below) ESPECIALLY WITH RESPECT TO SAFETY WJ HAS MORE STEM CELLS THAN EITHER BONE MARROW OR ADIPOSE TISSUE The quantity of mesenchymal stem cells which can typically be obtained from bone marrow is far less than that Wharton’s Jelly: 0.001 to 0.01% … Continue reading Wharton’s Jelly Stem Cells: safety & more