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Family of Three Americans Become Pain Free and Improve Their Quality of Life With Stem Cell Treatment in Mexico
Date:3/20/2008

bility in walking and bending.

Kathleen Aguilar, Steve's sister, a Colorado University professor, coordinated the family's trip to Mexico and came as well. She told the Optimum Health representative, "I really hope this program can help my parents and brother because they are in so much pain and it is really affecting their quality of life."

At the end of the first day of treatment, the Aguilar's were starting to become believers. Steve and his parents were very close to being pain free just after the first day of treatment. The following morning Kathleen commented on how peaceful her mother looked, not having some degree of an agonized expression of pain showing on her face as she normally did.

Each received ozone treatments daily, along with IV's of specific types umbilical cord stem cells and nerve growth factors that enhance and speed up the regenerative process.

After the third and final day of their treatment the Aguilars' were true believers and excited about returning home feeling an increased zest for life. All three were walking normally and virtually pain free in their major problem areas. For the Aguilar family ozone and stem cell therapy has been a blessing and nothing short of miraculous. See video at http://www.stemcellmexico.com.

The ozone / stem cell pain management program succeeds in mitigating or eliminating chronic pain conditions because it treats the underlying causes, not the symptoms, of pain. And the primary cause is some kind of nerve-related damage, inflammation, blockage, interruption or imbalance.

For more information contact William McClain at 972-924-4493.

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