I suffered from a colossal heart attack in 1989; the outcome was a necrosis of the backside of my heart. A huge part of my cardiac muscle was substituted by scar tissue. Two more heart attacks followed in 1991 and 1993. In 1995, I was analyzed with congestive heart failure.8 angiograms were executed and stents were placed. During these years, I turned down two potential heart transplants since I did not want to live with the immune suppressive medicines for the rest of my life. I no longer have any angina pain or no shortness of breath. However, I tried to live my life as dynamically as possible; taking part in a 5,000 mile motor cycle vacation in 1996 when I got sick. My friend got me home and a pacemaker was inserted which, at that time, worked miracles. Six months ago, after an inspection that displayed a very poor cardiac function and my EF capacity down to 18 %, a nurse finally advised to me that I could look up at Stem Cell Care India and ask about stem cell treatment. I communicated with their representatives, sent all my medical accounts for assessment and was accepted as a patient. I was quite anxious about the result and was not sure if I would make it back home and made arrangements for the worst case.
At clinic, bone marrow was mined from my hip bone and sent to a laboratory where stem cells were separated from it. Two days later, the stem cells were re-entrenched by catheter therapy by the cardiologist during a 45-minute interventional therapy. It was a miracle! I had gone from a terminal sickness to having a future. I carried my own bags and sauntered on my own two feet when returning back home to the US, just 5 days later. My doc back home inspected me 10 days after stem cell therapy and decided to have my pacemaker turned down.