• July 21, 2009 at 2:36 pm

    Well, This Therapy Really works,i had a cousin that was diagnosed with Alzheimer like 7 years ago.

    Now he es recovering very well thanks to this Therapy!!!. This therapy consist in apply Stem Cell ( Previously collected from a patient’s bone marrow) & Them implanted in the body.

    This is the page of the Clinic Where he did the operation, you can check it out an see what is all about:


  • July 22, 2009 at 7:08 am

    Adult Stem Cell Therapy : is safe, highly effective and presents minimal risk. It begins with a complete medical evaluation performed by the patient’s personal doctor ,who will use the necessary documentation sent by us , to determine the patient’s overall health and eligibility for therapy.
    I went there and checked it out. All I can say is Interesting …very interesting…we will be watching this one more closely
    Once qualified, Adult Stem Cells are extracted from the patient’s own blood and/or fat, via a standard draw procedure. Since it is the patient’s own cells, there is no possibility of the body rejecting its own stem cells. This makes the procedure very safe and non-controversial. The few naturally occurring stem cells are then cultivated into millions of RegenoCells.

    The RegenoCell are then sent to our Clinics in Sosua and re-injected back into the patient’s via a IV or IM injection. There they stimulate tissue re-growth and greater blood flow to the affected areas. Because RegenoCells are extracted from the patient’s own body they cannot be rejected by the patient’s body.

    A full report is prepared by the treating physician. Follow-up exams will be handled in the Dominican Republic at our RegenoBody Clinical Center, and all medical information is provided to your personal physician.

    The treatment is not a cure, IT IS A PROCESS OF REPAIR, that occurs at varying levels. Repeat treatments may be necessary in certain cases : this will be discussed with the patient before initiating treatment.

  • August 3, 2009 at 4:44 am


    Is this limited, so far, to particular stages of AD. For instance is a person in amild or moderate stage more eligible than a person in an advanced stage?

    Peggy B