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The Nova Cells Lifestyle

Ethical stem cells only: placental, umbilical cord, Wharton’s Jelly, bone marrow

Safety: Top notch.

Efficacy: Well established.

Pricing: Below market. No middlemen, marketers, brokers or PR people.

Contracted facilities: modern high-tech hospital near the US-Mexico border. Safe, secure.

NCIM doctor holding patient

Contracted healthcare professionals: MDs and RNs. MDs include internists, diagnosticians, traumatologists, and board certified specialists.

Stem cell treatments: Done mostly by intravenous (IV) means but intrathecal and local injections done if needed/required.

Unique to NCIM: Donor immune cell therapy for cancer; stem cell homing compound “The Beacon Factor“; others.

Support: Pre- and post- treatment support and follow-up.

NCInfodesk@gmail.com, 1-562-916-3410 (US information desk)

Pandemic impact: costs for everything going up BUT NOT AT NCIM

The Covid-19 pandemic definitely impacted travel into and out of Mexico which kept many sick & ailing people from being able to get to NCIM’s hospital for treatment. This has begun to ease up as scientifically validated prevention & detection measures have become widely available (including over-the-counter ones) and MDs across the world have zeroed in on drugs & therapies that keep Covid-19 infected people from landing in ICU or worse. Once approved vaccines go into widespread use in the US, Canada, Mexico, in the EU and beyond, it is expected that international travel will loosen up even more.

What probably will not change quickly is the pandemic-fueled economic downturn in most nations. Many experts expected housing prices and some aspects of medical care to go down but it has not. In fact, In the US these have gone up. With so many people across the world paying more for…well….just about everything under the sun, NCIM has not only been able to maintain its pre-pandemic pricing structure but also to get generous patrons to help reduce the cost of treatment for some patients.

Those interested in learning more should email NCIM at NCInfodesk@gmail.com or call the NCIM US information desk at 1-562-916-3410.