Correction: On page 3 of the how to guide this entry “A suitable 1 or 2 ounce (30 or 60 mL) spray bottle (Glass is probably best as plastics contain chemicals that could leach into the salt-surfactant solution) Look for no clog pumps.” should have read “A suitable 6 oz (177 mL) spray bottle……etc.”
Nova Cells Institute has never worked with embryonic or fetal stem cells, and never will. Embryonic and fetal stem cells can produce tumors (These are classified as pluripotent” which means they can form teratomas and other tumors in certain instances such as being injected into the central nervous system). The adult stem cells Nova Cells uses (umbilical cord, Wharton’s Jelly, placenta-derived, and a patient’s own bone marrow) are “multipotent” which limits the body cell types they can become (These stem cells do not form teratomas or such. Some private stem cell clinics in Europe and the US have injected adult stem cells into organs such as kidneys and eyes which caused problems and complications. Nova Cells Institute has never injected stem cells into an organ).
Let’s be very clear about these points and a few others:
(1) Nova Cells was established in 2009. There are other companies that came along later on which use “Nova” in their company title, but these are NOT affiliated in any way with Nova Cells Institute of Mexico (NCIM).
(2) Nova Cells Institute has never used embryonic or fetal stem cells and never will (They can form tumors under certain circumstances).
(3) Nova Cells Institute only uses multipotent adult stem cells derived from umbilical cord blood, Wharton’s Jelly, placental tissue, and a patient’s own bone marrow.
(4) Nova Cells Institute administers stem cells by intravenous drip (On rare occasions Nova Cells affiliated doctors recommend an intrathecal or spinal tap infusion of cells. Everything related to this is spelled out, a process called “informed consent”. Patients who prefer not to do this are given cells by intravenous or IV drip).
Three year old Evie Morgan has spina bifida and a Facebook page devoted to her journey to betterment at https://www.facebook.com/evieswarriors/. She was treated in Mexico by Nova Cells Institute doctors during April (2016) and soon her Mum, Heather, was emailing NCIM patient care coordinator, Grace Odgers PhD cand., a series of positive reports and video clips. Heather also made posts to the aforementioned Facebook page — three of which follow further down below.
On 4-27-16 Heather Morgan sent this email message to NCIM’s Grace Odgers, PhD cand.:
We felt very comfortable in the hospital. The room was very clean and had a private bathroom and sink. The pediatrician, Dr. Sanchez, was amazing and Evie loved her so much. Dr. Sanchez spoke great English and we had no trouble understanding her at all. The nurses were very attentive to whatever it was that Evie needed and Grace was always right there to translate for us if they had questions or we wanted to say something. The procedure was quick and painless. Within 5 minutes of receiving the treatment Evie began moving her toes. In the week and a half since treatment Evie is still able to move her toes on command (prior to treatment Evie only had very little involuntary movement of her toes), she is urinating more on her own and has very increased balance. She is now beginning to walk much longer distances with her canes (before she had a walker). At her next urology appointment we are going to be able to start discussing next steps in seeing how her bladder can fully function without medication. We are very pleased with the results we have seen thus far and can’t wait to see what else Evie is going to do!
This video was taken 2 days after stem cells. Evie is now able to move her toes on command! Before it was completely involuntary movement. Pardon her sassiness at the beginning 😂 Evie also has incredibly improved balance and is able to walk much longer distances with her canes! #evieswarriors
Evie is showing improvements in her bladder function and abilities since yesterday. We aren’t sure if this is going to be a consistent thing but we are definitely watching now. This is nuts.
Sorry for lack of updates. Everything went perfectly and the treatment is now complete. Within minutes Evie was flexing her right ankle when asked and wiggling all 5 toes. Some of the movement is involuntary right now as the cells are being repaired. We will continue to see results for a few months. Thank you all for supporting our girl! #evieswarriors
NEW STUDY UNDERSCORES HOW MESSED UP “GARBAGE DISPOSAL” PROCESSING IN NEURONS CREATES BIG PROBLEMS: Breaking the brain’s garbage disposal (AUTOPHAGY): Study shows even a small problem causes big effects: http://medicalxpress.com/news/2016-01-brain-garbage-disposal-small-problem.html (1-26-2016)
Many neurodegenerative diseases involve a failure of lysosomes (the “garbage disposal” system within cells including neurons) to do their job properly. Now comes evidence that defective or compromised lysosomes may contribute to Alzheimer’s disease, something ably laid out in a 6-30-15 article on the Medical Express website at http://medicalxpress.com/news/2015-06-failure-cells-garbage-disposal-contribute.html. Here is a salient quote from this article:
Lysosomes, the “garbage disposal” systems of cells, are found in great abundance near the amyloid plaques in the brain that are a hallmark of Alzheimer’s disease. Scientists have long assumed that their presence was helpful—that they were degrading the toxic proteins that trigger amyloid plaque formation.
However, in Alzheimer’s patients, these lysosomes lack the ability to do their jobs properly, and instead of helping, the accumulation of lysosomes may even contribute to the disease, Yale University researchers report the week of June 29 in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
The new findings raise the possibility that coaxing lysosomes to do their jobs could help to prevent the toxic processes that eventually destroy the minds of Alzheimer’s patients.
The big question is how to get lysosomes to do their job as they should. While medicine has little that can pull this off, Nova Cells possesses an effective, nontoxic way to do so: Namely its proprietary Beacon Factor. Not surprisingly, many patients with neurologic diseases and conditions that involve fouled up lysosomes have responded quickly and beautifully to intravenous infusions of the Beacon Factor. Click to read some of the case histories.
A SAMPLING OF PATIENTS WHO BENEFITED AFTER HAVING THEIR CELLULAR “GARBAGE DISPOSAL” UNITS (LYSOSOMES) REVED UP BY THE BEACON FACTOR & PRIMED STEM CELLS
IMPORTANCE OF STEM CELL HOMING: https://ncimx.wordpress.com/?s=homing
FREE ADVICE ON PREVENTING & REVERSING MENTAL DECINE FROM NOVA CELLS INSTITUTE DOCTORS:
Nova Cells has assembled information on its stem cell medicine program including stem cell priming and its proprietary Beacon Factor in e-book form titled “Heroic Medicine” which is free at http://www.novacellsinstitute.com/pdf/Heroic%20Medicine.pdf
Note by Nova Cell’s patient educator & care facilitator, Grace Odgers, Ph.D. cand., concerning Jane at the time she was picked up for transport to Mexico plus a brief summary of what took place after her Beacon Factor & stem cell treatments:
Jane arrived seated in a wheelchair with both hands and arms shaking, the left more so than the right. I knew from her history that she was no longer able to walk without assistance. Her son and her partner kind of lift and drag her from her wheelchair to other seating. She is incontinent and thus uses adult Pampers. Very thin ones. She came to treatment accompanied by her live-in partner and her son, both of whom are named Paul. She is given to having occasional hallucinations and is not aware of what is going on around her.
Jane was given large doses of the Beacon Factor by IV drip the first day in hospital. At night she asked to be helped to the restroom. Her partner and son helped her though she walked to the bathroom, and was not dragged.
The day after her stem cell infusion by both spinal tap and IV, Jane became more alert and began looking at her partner and son directly and was conversing with them. She didn’t say a whole lot but she was definitely more aware of everything and everyone around her. She even said “What is going on?”
Notes made by Jane’s son Paul and sent to NCIM:
Jan 20, 2016
1 pm PST, drove down from San Diego to TJ by biochemist Dr. Abel Pena and Grace Odgers.
Checked into the hospital
3 pm PST: She ate some soup with lime Jell-O.
4 pm PST: The doctors put in an IV and began a saline drip. Mom took her usual medication.
5 pm PST: The doctor added the first dose of “The Beacon Factor”. We ordered dinner, tuna fish sandwiches, mixed fruit with bananas, mango and apples, some apple juice and water.
Mom seem to perk up while eating a lot, offering food to her partner and I while discussing how good she felt.
Tested her memory several times, which was still spotty, but she seemed concerned that she was “failing”. Noticed that she had her eyes wide open and answered questions quickly, even though sometimes she didn’t make a lot of sense. We both noticed she had more coherent thought processes and conversation.
7 pm PST: Mom took her final medication of the day.
Jan 21, 2016
6:30 am PST: Arrived back at the hospital. Mom was a bit frantic.
Really need an interpreter the whole time.
Changed bedding and dressings.
7:00 am PST: Mom was given her morning meds.
Took Mom to the restroom.
9:00 am PST: Mom seemed much more lucid, looking around. Finally started to fall back to sleep after eating.
Changed bedding again and her dressings.
She slept until 11:30 am
1 pm PST: Anesthesiologist arrived and introduced himself and the fact he would be giving her a local in her back for the spinal puncture stem cell injection procedure.
2pm – 3pm PST: Talked with Mom who sat up on her own a lot, looked around a great deal, though she was still hallucinating and engaged in some nonsensical talk. Observed what was going on, and looked forward to going home. During conversations she started in with “Come here doggie” and “There’s an old woman, really old, scary, staring at me”
Mom’s facial expressions became much more expressive. She was picking her lips and began folding her blankets and fidgeting a lot.
3 pm PST: The MD arrived to check her blood pressure, heart and blood oxygen level.
3:30 pm PST: Still waiting for them to take her in for her infusion.
She’s asking lots of questions and thinking very clearly after all the “Beacon Factor”.
4:00 pm PST: Mom left to go get stem cells.
5:20 pm PST: Mom was returned to the room, still very groggy from the anesthesia but doing well.
6:00 pm PST: Mom exhibited nearly normal behaviors (for her) of obsessing, and mumbling, but without leaning over as she usually did. More eye movement and she was more concerned over recent events.
8:00 pm PST: Final dose of regular medicines for the day, after which she quickly became very groggy and tired.
9:00 pm PST: Returned to hotel room
Friday Jan 22, 2016
Returned home to Missouri after a day of travel.
Noticed several things, including obsessive behavior though not as extreme. Mom could be easily instructed to lean back, and she looked through the pages of magazines without tearing up the pages as she’d done in the past. During changing, she lifted herself up as instructed. Much more focus than before and she kept up conversations on current topics longer than had been true previously.