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Stem Cell Treatment for California Woman with Coronary Heart Disease

Tuesday, October 09, 2007 - Stem Cell Guru

As much as I want to keep that stem cell therapy video (see below) at the top of the screen here, Stem Cell Guy can't keep this blog stagnant. Stem Cell Guy will always have the most current news about adult stem cell therapy for congestive heart failure, coronary artery disease and cardiomyopathy.

Today, Stem Cell Guy has the scoop on Dee Coates. For those of you who don't remember Dee, she was one of the first Americans to come to Bangkok to receive stem cell treatment for her coronary heart disease. It has been 2 years since her own adult stem cells were implanted into her coronary arteries to help revascularize that region.

Here is the teaser--

In May 2005, Dee Coates was gobbling nitro tablets and had been told there was nothing more that could be done for her. She had endured 8 stents in her right coronary artery and a triple bypass. ‘I watched life pass me by. I didn’t participate as I couldn’t even walk half a block,’ she said.

Today she is at the gym doing 30 minutes on a treadmill, followed by weighlifting and a cool-down on the treadmill again. She has the energy to train for a new career as a medical transcriber, after a lifetime of office work; is 25 pounds lighter, with lower cholesterol and sugars, and, ‘Loving every minute of my life because life is so good.’


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