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WISE Surgical Solutions LLC Announces Project Hope: Helping People with Debilitating Conditions Including Arthritis, Parkinson's, MS and Spinal Injury Know Their Options
Date:12/6/2012

New York (PRWEB) December 06, 2012

According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) , there are approximately 27 million with osteoarthritis, 1.3 million with rheumatoid arthritis, a half million with Parkinson’s disease, 400,000 with multiple sclerosis and 250,000 with spinal cord injury in the United States. What do these all have in common? These are diseases or injuries currently being treated with stem cells from one’s own body by renowned physicians at John’s Hopkins affiliated Punta Pacifica Hospital in Panama. To help raise awareness of this offering, WISE Surgical Solutions LLC announces PROJECT HOPE, to help people with a debilitating disease get treatment and secure funding.

Cathy Nenninger, Chief Executive Officer of WISE Surgical Solutions LLC, shared why this offering is important. “When I ran wound centers up and down the east coast, I used to get calls from patients and family members desperate for treatments to help alleviate severe symptoms of ailments such as these. It was heartbreaking that we were not able to provide any type of help or hope to these patients. Granted, while the response and success of stem cell treatment in patients varies greatly and by disease, patients who are in extreme discomfort or experiencing reduced function or quality of life deserve to know that they have options available to them.”

“A significant element of PROJECT HOPE,” continues Ms. Nenninger, “is the opportunity for community funding of the treatment. Often, families and communities want to help someone by making donations that will collectively fund a surgery or procedure which in itself can add another chore to the already stressed world of a ‘Care Captain’ (person seeking help for another); Our goal is to make the process easy.” For more information on Project Hope, call (631) 942-6040 or for a quote for service, fill out a medical history form available at http://www.WISESurgicalSolutions.com.

WISE Surgical Solutions LLC is based out of New York and caters to companies and patients seeking quality healthcare at an affordable price inclusive of travel. Offerings include medical, dental and surgical procedures of most types, in-vitro fertilization (IVF) and stem cell medicine. Community & group funding as well as financing options are available for patients. Media relations inquiries can be directed to (631) 909-8538 or emailed to surgsolutions(at)optimum(dot)net.

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