Nova Cells Institute Announces Lewy Body Dementia Breakthrough
Lewy Body Dementia affects about 1.4 million Americans and has no cure. People with advanced LBD never get better. Until now.
Tijuana, Baja, Mexico (PRUnderground) February 18th, 2015
Lewy Body Dementia is a devastating, incurable brain disease that progressively whittles away most sufferers’ cognitive functions including their ability to focus, sleep well, or walk normally. Those with advanced LBD may have trouble swallowing liquids and solids.
Sadly, it affects about 1.4 million Americans. Both radio and TV personality Casey Kasem and Oscar® winning actor Robin Williams had LBD.
LBD has no cure and the best medicine can currently do is relieve symptoms and alleviate patient suffering. The one thing doctors never see is a person with advanced LBD who can hardly walk or talk begin doing so. Until now.
Nova Cells Institute of Mexico (NCIM) recently treated 76 old Arthur Rechlo, a Canadian with advanced LBD whose condition was characterized by his daughter Kim as being in the “final stages”. The poor man couldn’t walk well, choked on liquids and food, and was almost non-verbal.
NCIM doctors emphasized to Arthur’s wife, Vickie, and his daughter that their approach to treating neurodegenerative diseases like his is experimental and no one could say for sure if he would get a lot of mileage out of it.
For the family it was “heroic measures time”; that is, time to “circle the wagons” and pitch one helluva battle. Naturally, they could not help but hope he’d somehow wind up being about to talk with them once more, and maybe even start doing things he hadn’t done in years like dress himself and brush his teeth.
When NCIM’s transportation crew picked up Arthur and his wife and daughter at their hotel in San Diego, they were shocked at how debilitated he was. He looked and acted like a real life zombie. He did, however, come to life when they tried to get him into the NCIM van. Specifically, he got very agitated!
Following an incident at the hospital in Mexico in which Vickie gave him a few drops of water to alleviate his parched throat, something that brought on a fearful chocking episode, he was prepped for treatment.
Arthur’s core treatment consisted of adult (nonembryonic) stem cells that had been primed by NCIM’s director of laboratory services, biochemist Abel Pena (photo on left), to become specific types of body cells. These were given by lumbar puncture and via injection into a vein along with NCIM’s proprietary Beacon Factor (which Abel invented). Arthur was also given the Beacon Factor alone by i.v. (intravenous) drip into his arm.
Within two hours after his combined stem cell and Beacon Factor treatment, Arthur opened his eyes, slowly looked around, and began acknowledging those talking to him. About an hour later he fixed his gaze on his wife for about 30 seconds and then on his daughter. At this point a single tear rolled down the old man’s cheek, which caused Vickie, Kim and Nova Cell’s patient care coordinator, Grace Odgers-Pena, Ph.D. cand, to tear up.
Following his treatment and preparation to return to his hotel in San Diego, Arthur tried to get out of the NCIM shuttle by himself. He even insisted that those around him let him do this entirely on his own. However, everyone present was afraid he’d fall and insisted on helping him disembark. They all remarked how pink and animated Arthur’s face had become. It was evident too his facial muscle tone had improved. After leaving the van he asked for a drink of water.
With 24 hours of the Arthur’s return stateside, Kim called Grace and began excitingly sharing the fact he had walked six (6) blocks and had also gone up and down short flights of stairs. In addition, he could now swallow normally and was speaking using whole sentences. These were things her father had not done in five years or more.
Then, upon arrival back home, the daughter texted Nova Cells that Arthur was using the restroom by himself, played cards with her on the flight home, and had began telling jokes.
A few days later Vickie Rechlo got word to NCIM that Arthur wanted to give her a Valentine’s day card. She got one for him and asked if he wanted her to read it to him. He remarked that he could read it for himself, did so, wrote a few heartfelt lines on it, and then signed his name. On top of these feats, Arthur also began undressing himself to go to bed and brushing his teeth. This were all things her husband had not done in half a decade or more.
How is such a rapid turnaround possible? When asked about this, Abel Pena attributed the incredibly fast response to powerful circulation-enhancing, inflammation quelling properties of the Beacon Factor, plus the fact it appears to greatly increase the number and activity of serotonin receptors on neurons (which increases or amplifies nerve signal transmission).
Said Abel, “The Beacon Factor was created by combining molecules that exist in all of us. In laboratory experiments and then later human use it proved very powerful in terms of enhancing circulation, suppressing inflammation and bolstering the number and activity of serotonin receptors in the central nervous system especially the brain. Patients including children who came in with cold, bluish limbs due to poor circulation had these pink up within an hour or less of receiving the Beacon Factor. And those with runaway inflammation including neuroinflammation and other brain imbalances showed dramatic reductions in this. In addition, the Beacon Factor amplifies the biochemical signals secreted by damaged tissue and boosts the activity of lysosomes, the inner cell’s ‘digestive system’, which then get busy digesting biological debris that litters damaged and diseased neurons and other cells.”
NCIM researchers and Abel were quick to add that the primed stem cells themselves secrete compounds that amplify nerve signals and oftentimes produce rapid improvements in functioning in children and adults with neurologic illnesses and conditions. Children with spina bifida, brain injuries and cerebral palsy given primed umbilical cord stem cells by NCIM doctors have oftentimes enjoyed rapid improvements, sometimes within hours of being treated.
Abel Pena has been nominated to receive an honorary PhD by a Hawaiian university in recognition of his contributions to the advancement of medicine including his Beacon Factor.
About Nova Cells Institute of Mexico
Nova Cells Institute of Mexico (NCIM) runs an experimental medicine program in Mexico that includes use of laboratory primed adult (nonembryonic) stem cells and its own proprietary Beacon Factor