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American and European Parkinson's Sufferers Find Chinese Stem Cell Treatment Effective, Proving Western Debates Moot
Date:10/8/2007

he clock all the time. After time, I stopped swimming and avoided other physical and social activities because I never knew when the medications would wear off," she said. "Without heavy medication, I could hardly get dressed, get out of bed, or take a shower on my own."

Linda's most notable change after the surgery and treatment at Tiantan Puhua Hospital was her first peaceful full night of sleep in five years. Within 5 weeks after the stem cell implantation, most of Linda's symptoms gradually went away, allowing her medication to be significantly reduced. Details on Linda's treatment are at: http://www.stemcellspuhua.com/articles/article_97730.html.

At the time of this release, two more international Parkinson's sufferers report having significant improvement from the treatment at Tiantan Puhua Hospital. American David Brown, 64, reports better balance, more fluid movement, and the disappearance of "freeze-ups" after his treatment. As well, US citizen James Devlin, 65, from Hawaii, shows significant reduction in his tremors, is feeling increased energy and muscle strength, and is getting more sleep and much more relief from the anxiety and depression he suffered for many years. The experience of both patients is recorded at http://www.stemcellspuhua.com.

About Tiantan Puhua Neurosurgical Hospital

Tiantan (Temple of Heaven) Puhua Neurosurgical Hospital, a world-class international facility in Beijing, is rapidly gaining renown as the world's foremost center for treatment of Parkinson's disease and a range of other neurological disorders through its groundbreaking stem cell therapy. The Hospital collaborates with the Stem Cells Research Center of Peking University, which is the leading stem cells research center in China. There, stem cells are cultured and induced for clinical treatment. To date, Tian
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