Stem Cell Therapies (after GcMAF) Showing Promise in Older Children with Autism

I have know this young man, now 15 years old for a long time (12 years in fact). He has progressed with the help of a restricted diet, chelation of mercury, a variety of supplements and medications have had their beneficial effects. then about 9 months ago we started our homeopathic GcMAF and it was a significant boost to his language and appropriateness. Then as you will see the family sought the help of stem cells through EmCell.  You can read the story below.  I will be teaching on stem cells and GcMAF at Autism One in Chicago at the end of March and also in the UK at Brunel University in September. This family has also been able to greatly reduced the use of medications to stimulate focus and attention after stem cell therapies.

Look for my article on stem cells in Autism Science Digest – on newsstands everywhere.

Dear Dr. B,

I just wanted to update you on our son’s progress 6 weeks post Stem Cells . He is 15 years of age as of May 5, 2012.

He is a great kid that is still moderately affected from Autism (although much better than he was even a year ago). Since Stem Cells he has been much more compliant and aware of life. He comments on things now that before he was not at all interested in. His sleep patterns are improving, as we now have to wake him up in the mornings for school! (REALLY BIG DEAL!! since he used to be awake at 5AM). His teachers at school have commented that he is happy and showing much more personality than ever before.

We even see an overall growth in his level of maturity that is really exciting!! He still has a long way to go but by the Grace of GOD we will continue to push through this journey called Autism.

Blessings,

A Grateful Mother

About Dr Bradstreet
Dr Bradstreet is a graduate of the University of South Florida College of Medicine and received his residency training at Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians. He is an Adjunct Professor at the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Arizona. He is extensively published in the peer-reviewed literature on subjects of autism, oxidative stress, mitochondrial disorders, virology, hyperbaric oxygen, and toxicology (especially heavy metal chelation). He is trained in the the isolation and use of stem cells.

6 Responses to Stem Cell Therapies (after GcMAF) Showing Promise in Older Children with Autism

  1. Valerie says:

    As we embark on our trip to Kiev with our 12 year old son these reports boost our enthusiasm. Thank you for sharing.

  2. rrrr says:

    Hi, can you tell us what you mean by a homeopathic dose of GcMAF? How much is that, and how it is administered (orally? injection?). You likely wrote about this in a past blog, could you tell us where to fine that blog link? — Thanks!

  3. Olga says:

    Good day! Tell me, please, whether it is necessary to before stem cell therapy to achieve normal levels of nagalase (the son-in 2.1 nmol/ng/ml, we use GcMaf-therapy)? Or we can combine these methods?

    • Think like a farmer or gardener – would you plant your best seeds in toxic soil? I think not. So my suggestion is to optimize the ecology of the implant sight – your child – to optimize the benefits. I know what I do to prep the patients yields the best results.

  4. sandra says:

    Hi when will you be teaching on stem cells in Brunel University? I would like to assign on the lecture but i couldn’t find your class on the Brunel University’s website.

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