On June 27th Nova Cells Institute (NCIM) chronic stroke patient, Dan Huntley (Photo – Truro Daily News (2013), sent this email update to NCIM: It sounds like you are very busy helping the needy. Update: I now have movement in my left elbow which was previously locked at a 90 degree to 45 degree angle. … Continue reading 6-27-15 update from NCIM’s chronic stroke turnaround hero, Dan Huntley (Canada)
http://www.trurodaily.com/News/Local/2015-05-20/article-4152986/Truro-man-gaining-strength-after-stem-cell-treatment/1 “I believe in it and I believe it’s the next generation in medicine, just like penicillin was,” said the Truro resident. “Regardless of what Canada and the U.S. says about it. They don’t know about it. I didn’t know about it, but I know about it now.”
Photo – Truro Daily News (2013) Dan Huntley is an outgoing chap who had a stroke almost 10 years ago that left him paralyzed on his left side and which in-a-sense turned his world upside down. While his doctors cautioned him to accept his disability and make the best of things, Dan kept looking for ways to restore his former independence. A … Continue reading Canadian man 10 years out from a stroke recovers lost body functions in 7 days time!
Stem cell homing makes a big difference in clinical outcomes. Watch this short video to learn more about how Nova Cells pulls this off. Nova Cells Institute gets stem cells to target tissues using its Beacon Factor. Learn more by getting our FREE e-book “Heroic Medicine” (Click to download). Read about our successful stem cell treatments for spina bifida, cancer, stroke, dementia, autoimmune diseases, and … Continue reading Stem cell homing = Better clinical outcomes