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Former Manchester City Lord Mayor Has Hope Restored at New Beike Stem Cell Facility
Date:2/14/2008

QINGDAO, China, Feb. 14 /Xinhua-PRNewswire/ -- Shenzhen Beike Biotechnology Co., Ltd. ( http://www.beikebiotech.com ), the world leader in the use of umbilical cord stem cells to successfully treat a variety of illnesses, announced that Audrey Jones, the former Lord Mayor of Manchester, has returned today to the United Kingdom (UK) with significant improvement in her debilitating and life-threatening condition known as cerebellar atrophy. As the latest of the over 2500 patients Beike has treated to date, the former Lord Mayor's improvements in China have made her a strong advocate for stem cell applications and the treatments that Beike Biotech provides. Before becoming the first patient in Beike's brand new stem cell treatment facility in the eastern China seaport of Qingdao, Lord Mayor Jones' neurosurgeon specialist in the UK told her there was no treatment for her condition, no cure, and that she would increasingly lose control of her body movements and functions until she was dead within a few years. After an intensive five week combination stem cell and therapy treatment program at Beike, Audrey Jones left China with much greater strength, improved balance, and more endurance, allowing her to walk normally without a wheelchair for the first time in years. Upon arrival in the UK today, she walked off the plane under her own power into the arms of her waiting family. More details on former Lord Mayor of Manchester Audrey Jones and her significant improvements can be found on China's leading stem cell news website, China Stem Cell News ( http://www.stemcellschina.com ).

"In England, I was looking into a bleak future. I had lost all hope and was deeply depressed. When I heard about Beike and the ability to receive stem cells right away, I began to hope again, which means everything," said Audrey Jones. "After going through the full program
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