Archives for the month of: February, 2013

We would like to share with you a flyer that Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd brought back from one of their Back to the Future ventures. By the looks of it, this future is not too far off. Some doctors are already offering similar services in their offices today.

Stem Cell Therapy at home, RejuvYourself™

RejuvYourself™, just like in doctors’ offices. From the makers of the SutureSelf™ In-Home Operating Theater and the Dump-the-Chump™ do-it-yourself divorce kit.

You can do it yourself in the comfort of your own home. Just get a syringe and remove some blood from yourself. Put your blood into a bowl and add some de-ionized water. (If you don’t have that, just use tap water or whatever.) Warm it gently on your stove, then place the blood/water mixture into a sealed vessel like a Coca-Cola bottle.


Place the vessel into a centrifuge. If you don’t have a centrifuge, you can use a washing machine’s spin cycle. Remove the blood cells with the same syringe you used earlier if you don’t have a clean one handy. Add some chemicals to separate the stem cells from the ordinary cells. If you don’t have our chemicals, you can try some baking soda. A thin layer of clear liquid should form on the surface – that is your stem cells. Inject those cells wherever it hurts.


Warning: Do not attempt this at home without our kit! Please understand that we are joking. Medical doctors exercise their profession for a very good reason. If you would like professional help, please contact ProgenCell.

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The eye is such a complex mechanism that it can’t be dealt with effectively in blog posts. The more we know about it, the more we know that we don’t know. And, of all our five senses, vision is the one we know the most about. Here at ProgenCell, we have successfully treated many cases of macular degeneration and retinitis pigmentosa, so we would like to promote a better understanding of these problems.

Henry Klassen, M.D., Ph.D., is a professor of ophthalmology at the University of California, Irvine, and the lead scientist in the multi-institutional Retinal Regeneration Program. He gave a very detailed presentation for UCI’s Distinctive Voices program recently that we would like to make available here.

If your vision has been degenerating, by all means contact ProgenCell for a free case evaluation today.

Doctor Luis Romero made a video in Spanish about a friend who suffers from Parkinson’s disease. It deserves a wider audience, so we have translated his presentation into English here.

Here is a case of a patient with Parkinson’s who has been with us for a little over a year. Aside from being a good friend, he is also a doctor and a musician. He hasn’t been able to practice his profession and he hasn’t been able to play the piano because of his condition. He searched all over the world for a solution. He had been taking medication, the treatment that is normally used for Parkinson’s, but the results were not good. His Parkinson’s continued to get worse, making him more and more incapacitated.

He’s had four treatments with us now and his Parkinson’s has been improving. In his case, we harvest the stem cells from the marrow of the tibia, we prepare a special solution by activating the stem cells, and we inject this preparation directly into his brain.

This is the procedure we have used for the doctor. You can see he is completely conscious. There is only minimal discomfort, easily tolerated. The procedure is very safe – since these are autologous stem cells, in other words, his own cells, there is no risk of them being rejected, so the possibility of a complication is minimal. This has been just like patients with many other diseases who have been benefited by the same approach.

So now he is able to attend to his patients again, to drive his car – he’s completely independent now – and to play the piano. In fact, he just gave a recital yesterday. Although he still has some slight tremors in his hands occasionally, he now has an excellent quality of life.

By the way these treatments have progressed, we expect to see his disease completely under control. He recently had the opportunity to suspend his treatments briefly and we hope in the future, if his check-ups permit, that he will no longer need medications.

Our concern for protecting our patients is paramount. We want our patients to understand that our therapies are safe. We are careful not to be overly rigorous with the protocols because sometimes that takes away from the patient the possibility of deciding on a therapy that could be useful. Our therapies have been effective in every case, even in those cases where the disease has continued. From more than five hundred cases, we have encountered no problems, not a single complication with our treatments.

We are certain of the safety of these procedures and have noticed over time how to assess each case, because each one is different, each patient has a different rate of producing stem cells. This is not the same as prescribing medications, but in the right cases this is the best approach.

Here is Dr. Romero’s original video:

The short answer is that we still don’t know.

In saying that, ProgenCell takes a very conservative approach to the meaning of “cure”. We generally use the terms “treatment” and “therapy” to describe our work. When stem cell therapy is successful, all it really does is to help the patient’s body heal itself.

As scientists, we cannot claim we have found a cure until we have corrected the cause and, in most cases that ProgenCell treats, science has not yet identified the specific cause. All we can say with certainty is that our stem cell treatments have alleviated our patients’ symptoms, often to the point of total remission.

It’s a little like when you can’t start your car. You get a friend to jump-start it for you. Did that cure your problem? Who knows – and if the car starts again on its own, who cares? But if it still doesn’t start, and you track the cause down to a bad battery, then you can say you have cured the problem by replacing the battery.

Stem cell treatments are a way of jump-starting your body. If that’s something you could use,
contact ProgenCell for a free case evaluation today.

Jump start your health

Jump start your health

People who remember the cancer scares from the 1950s to the ’70s avoid diagnosticians because they don’t want to be told they have a fatal, incurable disease. The kindly doctors in the soap operas and Hollywood movies of that era were forever summoning up the courage to deliver the death sentence, and the people who remember those scenes would just as soon not be on the receiving end in real life. “What good is it,” they ask, “to know you are going to die and there’s nothing that can be done about it?”

But a lot has been done about it in the fields of gerontology and regenerative medicine over the last half-century. Emphasis has shifted from making the patient as comfortable as possible to making the patient as well as possible. There have even been a few new cures. But the greatest advancements have been in creating effective treatments. More and more, patients can expect to live out their normal lives with few, if any, symptoms of their incurable diseases. The death sentence of the past now comes true only if the patient does nothing to arrest their condition.

In medicine, it is dangerous to hold too tightly onto what had been true in the past. Nowadays, when you ask why you need to be tested for an incurable disease, our answer is “Why, in order to save your life, of course.” If you’re afraid to find out you have a degenerative disease, don’t wait for more symptoms to show up. Ask ProgenCell to evaluate your case today at no cost and with no obligation. Many neurodegenerative, immunological, metabolic, and ophthalmic conditions are manageable so long as you let us treat them in time.

Don't waist precious time, the earlier we get treated, better results are expected to get

Don’t waist precious time, the earlier we get treated, better results are expected to get

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