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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.

Dan Huntley’s amazing stroke turnaround the focus of a 5-21-15 Truro Daily News (Canada) article

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.”

TRURO DAILY NEWS ARTICLE ON DAN HUNTLEY - May  21, 2015 (2)

Canadian man 10 years out from a stroke recovers lost body functions in 7 days time!

DAN HUNTLEY - TDNews photo - 2013

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 December 2013 Truro Daily News article on Dan titled “Truro stroke survivor has renewed hope with new car” reflects Dan’s quest for this (You can access at  http://www.trurodaily.com/News/Local/2013-12-19/article-3549224/Truro-stroke-survivor-has-renewed-hope-with-new-car/1).

After reading about Arthur Rechlo’s incredible turnaround in the St. Albert Gazette (Click to access), Dan felt that any treatment that  could make such a difference in an advanced dementia patient might do something good for him.  He then contacted Nova Cells Institute and began a dialog with NCIM’s patient educator & care coordinator.

Long story short: Dan was treated over two consecutive days in early May (5-7 and 5-8). Within a very short period of time he reported that his energy level had shot up to what it had been when he was in his 40s and 50s, and on top of this he was feeling “tingling” in his paralyzed left side.

Dan is back home in Canada now and welcomes  calls from well wishers and those interested in learning more about his Nova Cells treatment and his response to-date. Those interested in connecting with Mr. Dan should email NCInfodesk@gmail.com or call  1-562-916-3410

From an email sent NCIM on 5-11-2015 by Mr. Dan:

 I can feel bottom of left foot normal and itchy. I can relax and sleep like before stroke. Now I know I have a left side on my body. Foot working little by little. WOW!

And in a 5-12-2015 phone call to NCIM, Mr. Dan shared these new developments:

(1) The depression and anxiety that has dogged his steps during most of the years following his stroke has utterly dissipated.

(2) His memory has come roaring back (He is remembering things his stroke robbed him of going back decades).

(3) He can now lean on his left side and stand.

(4) He senses that his paralyzed left hand is about to come to life and begin working.

And this from an email sent NCIM on 5-14-15 by Mr. Dan:

3 pm Thursday May 14. Praise the Lord,  today I walked some without assistance. No cane. I will be going 22 May for bladder tests and  hope my bladder is good by then. Wow, I am coming back to life. This is truly a miracle in the making. This is the next generation in medicine [I have felt this way since I  first investigated the Nova Cells treatment. Our medical system is money hungry. They must give us this great chance to be healthy as the good Lord intended us to be]. God bless you all! -Dan

And there is this from an email sent NCIM by Mr. Dan on Saturday, 5-16-15 (9:06 pm Nova Scotia):

I can feel the toes on my left foot.

Mr. Dan contacted the Truro Daily News about his turnaround and was interviewed by a reporter on 5-20-2015. He tells NCIM that “CTV news may follow my treatment with an interview some time later”.

In addition, he plans on seeing his neurologist in the very near future. Once this MD sees the rapid improvements he has made, he will ask for approval to enter a physical therapy program to reinforce his gains and build on them.

DAN HUNTLEY - 5-17-2015

Dan Huntley now  standing on his own! (This photo sent to NCIM on 5-17-2015)

TRURO DAILY NEWS article on Dan Huntley:

Dan Huntley - 2013 Truro Daily News article