The Medical Miracle of Stem Cells

In today’s edition, Dr. Veltmeyer discusses pioneering advances in stem cell treatment of chronic and degenerative medical conditions, such as epilepsy, ALS, Post-Traumatic Stress Disease, and cardiovascular disease.  He outlines how stem cells are naturally produced in our own bodies to heal injured tissue and can be utilized in a medical setting to stimulate our own aged or damaged cells to regenerate  and get them working again at optimum levels.


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THE MEDICAL MIRACLE OF STEM CELLS

Hello, this is Dr. James Veltmeyer and welcome to my podcast show: “Physician on a Mission.” I am a family physician whose work in America’s hospital system has inspired me to find new and innovative solutions to our society’s political, social, and health care challenges, including finally finding a cure to cancer. I will discuss many of these topics in these broadcasts. Today’s topic is: “The Medical Miracle of stem cells.”

What exactly do we know about stem cells and how they function in the human body? Are they the secret healers that enable our bodies to repair in a perfectly normal and natural way, without resorting to expensive or dangerous drugs? Let’s take a closer look:

Stem cell functioning is something we’re born with and these guys work in a very miraculous way. If you hurt yourself, if you’ve had a physical trauma, break a bone, sprain a muscle or injure a tissue, stem cells exit the bone marrow, circulate throughout the body and will migrate right to the particular injured area and begin repairing that tissue because they become that tissue! It’s called differentiation and it’s a fabulous phenomenon that’s just part of our creation and — when operating properly—heals us quickly. So, when you’re NOT healing quickly or you have a nagging, chronic condition that just won’t let go, it tells me that your stem cells are not functioning normally. That happens when trauma, age, physiology, even pollutants and toxins ruin their functions.

The way the stem cell functions is by communicating with each other. They signal each other, it’s called cellular signaling. By re-activating the signaling process, we can re-charge those stem cells that are no longer functioning. Once the cells return to normal functioning, they can communicate again. That is how stem cells operate. Why stem cell activators are so important is that without them, your healing time and repairing will take forever.

Our stem cells are directly related to our blood and a host of various chronic diseases and chronic illnesses and conditions that can stem from problems with the blood.

Here are some ways stem cells work in our bodies:

·        Regulate intercellular communication.

·        Support cellular and tissue regeneration in the cardiovascular system and support blood homeostasis oxygenation and immune function.

·        Have the ability to render regulatory influence on development and functioning of the T and B cells. Possible applications for infections, degenerative and pathological conditions, endothelium, anemia, arterial wall damage, varicose veins, circulation and more.

The endothelium is the lining of our arterial walls and over time they start to harden. It is called arteriosclerosis and leads to the possibility of plaque buildup and before we know it, it can result in a blood clot that can travel through our circulatory system. This can easily lead to a heart attack or stroke.

When we’re dealing with medical conditions like cardiovascular disease, we’ve been told for years by the medical community that cholesterol is the culprit, but we know today that this is not the case. In fact, our bodies need cholesterol. What is actually happening with heart disease and hardening of the arteries is a breakdown in our stem cell functioning, along with inflammation. Inflammation and inflammation-related illness and trauma break down the functionality of our stem cells and if we can somehow rejuvenate the stem cells and restore them to functioning at optimal levels, we can start the process of healing them in the endothelium tissue or the blood tissue. It’s all about blood circulation.

If we can promote an improvement in the functioning of your stem cells (your cardiac stem cells) they’re going to go back to doing their job and will start to heal the tissue around it and once the tissue starts to heal, the function of the heart starts to improve. Can we get it all back to 100%? Of course, every person is unique and each case is unique. If you prolong a condition, if you allow a condition to deteriorate over time, you may get to a point where even this cutting-edge technology therapy can’t help you. And, then there’s no return. However, now you’re equipped with new information to handle a situation when you have a cardiac issue or know somebody who has.

Let’s take a look at a few recent case studies involving the use of JadiCell, an investigational stem cell therapy developed by Therapeutic Solutions International which is currently under Phase III clinical development by the FDA.

A patient, a male in his sixties, was confined to a ventilator in the ICU and was being treated with two vasopressors to sustain normal blood pressure. He was subsequently transferred to Ltach facility where Dr. Veltmeyer infused 200M JadiCells. Within a few days, his oxygen requirements were reduced and after ten days, post-treatment, he required no oxygen support at all. The patient was able to remain at a skilled nursing facility for an additional ten days for aggressive motor functional therapy.

A 65 year-old male with a history of undetermined epilepsy since the age of 28, leading to a life of crippling seizures and severe chronic tinnitus. Condemned to living in virtual darkness for years due to any form of sound triggering violent seizures and reporting that he had not seen a movie, read a book or stepped out of his home for 35 years, this patient received four regimens of JadiCell stem cells. In the first follow-up on Day 3 after treatment, he was feeling better and had not suffered a single seizure. By Day 7, he was watching his first movie and had begun to read his first book in decades. As of Day 20 after treatment, he was actually building a concrete flower container in his backyard. Today, he leads an active life, traveling with his wife to the supermarket, to the bank, and running errands. Three months after JadiCell therapy and not a single seizure, his life has been transformed and his quality of life has radically improved. The next step is a possible second regimen of stem cells prior to starting to wean him off his anti-seizure medications.

In another case, a Navy Seal with PTSD and complaints of aggressive and destructive behavior, insomnia, difficulty concentrating, severe irritability, headaches, abdominal pain and emotional detachment, received a three-day regimen of JadiCell. Four weeks later, the patient reported having less “edginess,” was more focused and becoming moreengaged and involved with his family, friends, and surroundings. He feels better emotionally, is experiencing fewer physical symptoms like headaches and has started exercising and running.

In yet another amazing success story, a 44-year old mother of four suffering from progressive ALS ( also known as “Lou Gehrig’s Disease ) began healing after four days of stem cell injections. Within a few days, she was walking and breathing better, able to take a shower and dress herself and even walk to the beach, all everyday activities we take for granted but which she was struggling to do. ALS destroys the neurons that control the ability to move, speak, eat and breathe. 

New cases and success stories are emerging every day. Stem cell therapy could well prove to be the “silver-bullet” treatment that finally cures a variety of crippling diseases from epilepsy to MS to Parkinson’s and ALS. The objective of Therapeutic Solutions International is to make stem cells not simply the exclusive preserve of the wealthy and privileged, but available and accessible to the vast majority of the human family. By making this therapy affordable and accessible to the average person ( through, for example, building a network of one hundred clinics across America ), we can – as physicians and healers – make a historic and unprecedented contribution to man’s long history of finding cures to the most challenging diseases that afflict us.

This is Dr. James Veltmeyer. Thanks for listening. If you would like to comment on today’s broadcast, please go to our blog at drveltmeyer.com You may also order your copy of “Physician on a Mission” there.