"I hope everyone suffering from this terrible disease and seeking hope will examine the evidence, and will consider coming to China to seek improvement through these great doctors," said Jane. "Those in the West that urge caution for Parkinson's sufferers who consider going to Beijing, with no evidence to say why, simply aren't going through what I have been going through," she said.
Jane was diagnosed with Parkinson's in the spring of 2001, reaching stage three of the disease (on the Hoehn/Yahr scale) as her symptoms became progressively worse just before the treatment. Before coming to China, Jane could not do the simple things in life on her own that most of us take for granted, such as turning over in bed, getting up from a chair, dressing herself, putting on shoes, or writing - the last of which she had given up more than two years ago. She also could not turn her neck and her speech was becoming increasingly slow. Within 6 weeks after the treatment, almost all of Jane's Parkinson's symptoms were greatly reduced. Jane can now write again, turn over in bed, dress by herself, and even ride a bicycle.
Linda Rouen, 59, from the United States, was diagnosed with Parkinson's 5 years ago. In 2007, Linda decided to come to China for stem cell treatment to seek solutions for her deteriorating condition. To control her symptoms, Linda previously took a high dosage of medications every 2 hours.
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|SOURCE Tiantan Puhua Neurosurgical Hospital|
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