Stem Cell Research and Therapy for Cardiomyopathy
Adult Stem Cell research has performed another miracle and it is fitting that it is a Reverend who has been helped this time for his dilated cardiomyopathy and congestive heart failure. Reverend Dan Jackson, of Colorado has reported that his ejection fraction has more than doubled after a stem cell treatment using his own Adult Stem Cells.
When Dan’s dilated cardiomyopathy caused his ejection fraction to drop to 21% and into congestive heart failure, he knew he was in trouble. His son Duke took to the internet to find help.
Vescell Adult Stem Cells for Heart Disease
That was when he found Vescell Adult Stem Cells, by Theravitae. Theravitae uses the patient’s own stem cells to treat heart disease and peripheral artery disease. However, money was an issue. Duke helped take care of that by having multiple fundraisers to help fund the stem cell treatment.
Before the Adult Stem Cells
- Ejection Fraction at 21%
After Vescell Stem Cell Therapy
- Ejection Fraction at 50%
Dan says in this cardiomyopathy article -“This should do my heart good for some years; it’s not just a short-term fix,” Jackson said. “My life is in God’s hands. That’s who we’re trusting for our next life. We’re thankful for what the doctors can do, but above and beyond that, God takes charge.”
“They consider this operation very successful,” he said. “I was leery about it, but I’m glad I did it. I am planning to be around here for a long time, the Lord willing. We’ve got things to do. I love my work at the prison as a chaplain. I also love spending time with my grandkids.
Second Chaplain Treated With His Own Stem Cells for Dilated Cardiomyopathy
This is hard to believe, but Dan Jackson is not the first Chaplain to come to Thailand and be helped by VesCell Stem Cell therapy for his Dilated Cardiomyopathy. Reverend Mike Rumble, from Florida, who I covered last month and in December 2008, also went to Thailand and was treated with Vescell. Mike’s ejection fraction went up from 10% to 30% after having his own Adult Stem Cells injected into his heart.
from Don Margolis