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Stem Cell Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis - Community Outreach, San Diego: David Oliver

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Relapsing remitting MS patient, David Oliver, shares his story of recovery and hope following stem cell therapy at the Stem Cell Institute in Panama City, Panama. David explains how he's gone from not being able to get up from the couch to being drug-free and "back 100%".
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attnyc (2 years ago)
Hi David I seen your video and I have MS since 2004 and my original plan was long time to get stem cell, but I did not know a trustworthy place to do it till now , I would like to hear more about this procedure and cost of it etc... Thank you ,Attila attnyc@yahoo.com
rene venegas (5 years ago)
.David. I've seen your video about thousand times, I was in the marines. Coming back from Iraq few months after was diagnose,Have four children and ms has made my legs pretty weak and balance and pain please tells me how you doing width treatment now. Give more information. My email is renevenegas51@yahoo.com
Cathy Zakrzewski (6 years ago)
David, I'd really like to speak with you further. I was very touched by your story. Please let me know if we can speak by phone. email is zski99@gmail.com Thanks so much. Cathy
www.cellmedicine.com (7 years ago)
@maggiemaxr - For more information about treatment, please visit our web site: cellmedicine[dot]com/treatment/multiple-sclerosis/ We cannot post working web URLs because YouTube does not allow it. Just replace "(dot)" with "." in the address, paste it into your browser and it should work fine.
beinsf (7 years ago)
David...you had me at 3 times a week, 9 minute miles. I was an avid runner until..a few days and then,one morning....I was just recently confirmed with a diagnosis and also had a terrible experience with my Dr. I am a neuroscience student myself and the first thing I turned my attention to researching upon my diagnosis were theories on rebuilding the myelin sheathing. I can not that you enough for sharing your story. I am so excited to become a part of this project.

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