Stem Cell Therapy For Alzheimer’s Disease

Stem Cell Therapy For Alzheimer’s Disease – The Dilemma

Stem Cell Therapy For Alzheimer's Disease

Stem cell therapy for Alzheimer’s disease is a great challenge for scientists trying to find the ultimate cure for this disease. Alzheimer’s disease is widespread throughout the world and is a huge burden as far as health care cost is concerned. The challenge for finding an effective stem cell therapy for Alzheimer’s disease lies in the complexities of the disease. Stem Cell Malaysia shares with you where stem cell therapy for Alzheimer’s disease is heading and its current status.

To date there is still no known cure for Alzheimer’s disease. Globally, there were more than 26 million people suffering from this debilitating disease (source : Forecasting the Global Burden of Alzheimer’s Disease). Unlike other neurological illness or condition, Alzheimer’s disease is characterized by the loss of many different types of nerve cells or neurons and also the consequent interruption or cessation of communication between the nerve cells. These two problems combined to make pursuing stem cell therapy for Alzheimer’s disease particularly tough and challenging. As a comparison, stem cell therapy for Parkinson’s disease will have more likelihood of becoming a reality sooner than stem cell therapy for Alzheimer’s disease.

While there has been much progress recently on stem cell therapy for Alzheimer’s disease, it could be years before the treatment will be available. A group of Korean scientists from the Seoul National University and RNL Stem Cell Research Institute announced in September 2012 that their trials for stem cell therapy for Alzheimer’s disease on mice with the disease indicated the mice nearly recovered to normal. (Source : Scientists aim to start stem cell therapy of Alzheimer’s by 2016) These scientists are optimistic that the stem cell therapy for Alzheimer’s disease may be available as early as 2016.

Stem Cell Therapy For Alzheimer’s Disease – My Father’s Success Story

My father is 81 years old in 2012. Prior to the traumatic incident on 5th October 2012, my father has never been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. Hence, he was never on prescription drugs for Alzheimer’s or dementia. However, we now realize very mild symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease and/or dementia existed many years  ago before the traumatic incident took place. My father’s condition was traumatic because within a time span of 1 to 2 days, his Alzheimer’s and dementia conditions shot to Stage 7 or Severe stage. This was evidenced by the loss of speech, albeit briefly, incontinence, loss of movement control, severe memory loss and delusions, severe visual impairment  and loss of pain sensation.

The severity of the condition was communicated to me when my mother spoke to him for the whole day on the 5th October 2012 and there was virtually no response from my father. The trauma was accompanied by my father seemingly living in a different reality and unaware of his own illogical behavior. It took my mother one hour to get him from the ground floor to the living room on first floor. Upon receiving the news, I flew home on the same day. Details of the incident are illustrated in the video below. Please watch the video for more details of how stem cell therapy for Alzheimer’s disease using oral placenta in enteric-coated capsule has turned my father’s condition around from stage 7 to stage 1 or stage 2 within 6 weeks.

There is no doubt that the medical community will discredit this testimonial and highlight the risks involved in this form of ‘stem cell therapy for Alzheimer’s disease’ using an oral placenta product that has not been confirmed through animal and/or clinical trials. On the other hand, should we have taken the road of going to specialist and the main stream medical treatment, I am sure my father would have been on drug therapy and remains to be at stage 7 while his condition gradually deteriorates to the point of no return. What we have witnessed in my father’s amazing recovery could not have been possible in today’s medical treatment for Alzheimer’s disease. To that, I give thanks to the Almighty God’s healing and deliverance as well as blessing us with this wonderful oral placenta product.

The highlights of my father’s success story using oral stem cell therapy for Alzheimer’s disease are:

  • Recovery of speech after around 4  hours of taking two capsules of the oral placenta
  • Recovery from incontinence and visual ability (eyesight) within 2 weeks
  • Recovery from movement control and coordination by about 2 weeks
  • Regain of sensation (pain) after 2 days of taking the oral placenta
  • Recovery of significant portion of cognitive ability and memory after 2 weeks on the oral placenta
  • Recovery of 100% of cognitive ability and memory after 4 weeks on the oral placenta

The landmarks of my father’s recovery from Alzheimer’s disease are often miraculous. It’s is simply beyond what we could fathom and imagine. This oral  form of stem cell therapy for Alzheimer’s disease is simply amazing. After witnessing what has happened to my father, I strongly recommend this oral placenta to anyone looking for stem cell therapy fro Alzheimer’s disease. I personally hope this testimonial on stem cell therapy for Alzheimer’s disease will open up the eyes of many people. I also hope that many people suffering from the same or similar disease will give this stem cell therapy for Alzheimer’s disease a try and allow the patient a possibility or hope of better quality of life.

 

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