Living to 100 with Stem Cells

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Dr. Alan A. Kadish, president of World Stem Cells, LLC lectures on stem cells to the 72nd
Annual Gathering of Mensa

Dr. Alan Kadish will be presenting a lecture on “Stem Cells and the Optimization of Function” at
the 2012 Annual Gathering of Mensa in Reno Nevada on July 6th. Stem cells are in the forefront
of medical science offering a host of options for real repair of the human system. You might be
surprised to learn that living to 100, with health, is a possibility. Many common diseases may be
held at bay till the next generation of medicine offers cures. The focus will be oriented toward
both the education of stem cell technologies and thought provoking options as the next
generation of medical potentials, becomes available.

Dr. Kadish is presently working with World Stem Cells Clinic of Cancun a contract clinic which
works under the guidelines set forth by the International Cellular Medical Society (ICMS) World
Stem Cells, LLC provides stem cell treatments for ankylosing spondylitis, autism, cerebral palsy,
charcot-marie-tooth disease (CMT), crohn’s diseases, COPD, fuch’s disease, guillain-barre’
syndrome, hashimoto’s thryroiditis, itp, kidney diseases, macular degeneration, lupus (SLE),
multiple sclerosis, pad, parkinson’s disease, rheumatoid arthritis, scleroderma, stroke, ulcerative
colitis and other disorders.

He has see the miracles of stem cells from a CMT patient that went from a walker to walking a
mile and half on country road unassisted and regaining her prior life activities to an orthopedic
patient that regained the use of her hip with a return of a normal range of motion and no pain.



TRULY MIRACLES ARE COMING!



INFO: worldstemcells.com

EMAIL: colleen@worldstemcells.com

Phone: 800-234-1693

				
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