It has been about 3 months since I last updated you on Preston Walker and Richard Humphries, the two Multiple Sclerosis Stem Cell Research pioneers who received their own Adult Stem Cells to improve their MS.
Since then, both have returned to Costa Rica to receive a second helping of their own Adult Stem Cells- a second stem cell therapy. Let’s check in with their stem cell blog and see what they have to say.
Update from Stem Cell Research Blog
First is this July 7th post from adult stem cell recipient, Preston “An Energetic Day“-
I am not sure how to describe what happened today other than that I have a LOAD OF ENERGY!!
To let everyone understand this, I documented today’s events in the following information:
I invited my son to a bike ride. We rode twenty miles and returned home. Instead of wanting to sleep, I started looking for other things to do!! I found that my lawnmower needed the rear wheel removed and replaced.
It was quite a day of doing little things, but it would have been very taxing several weeks ago.
It’s now 9:00 p.m. and I am still full of energy!! There is only one reason for this turn of events. It is God’s good grace through the injection of ADULT STEM CELLS. GO STEM CELLS GO!!
In Him, Preston
Adult Stem Cells Enable Multiple Sclerosis Patient to Deal With the Heat
And this is from Richard Humphries, MS patient treated with Adult Stem Cells Twice:
June 30, 2009
Dealing with the heat
Heat intolerence is associated with every MS patient. With the heat we are having all of us have this intolerance.
This week in Wichita Falls I was in the 100-degree heat for over 8 hours on back to back days. This was not even possible after the first stem cell treatment but after a 4-month regeneration from the second stem cell treatment, not only is it possible but reality.
Even Dr. Thomas Ichim, a stem cell expert from the University of California-San Diego is in amazement.
I just keep getting blessed.
Richard of course was Case Study #1 in a recently published stem cell research clinical paper. And I’m not sure, but I believe Preston was involved in the research paper as well (either Case Study 2 or 3)