Adult with Autism Responds to Fetal Stem Cell Transplantation

One of the persistent myths about autism is that unless you fix the children by 5 years of age they just aren’t going to make progress.  Dan is here to tell you that just isn’t true. Dan is now 28 years old, and he first came to my practice in 2001, as a17 year old. Like many children of his generation of autism, he presented with chronic diarrhea and the loss of language after vaccinations.  In those days, there was a lot of mercury in vaccines.  And in a sickly child with chromic diarrhea – mercury – in any amount – is never tolerated. 

His family aggressively tried everything to recover him and with that they have been tireless. Dan has struggled with seizures, esophageal reflux and several bouts of regression. He remains extremely sensitive to anything happening with his gut. Early on we found both IgG and IgM antibodies to his brain blood vessels. His urine neopterin levels were significantly elevated, and this was consistent with a chronic viral infection.

Ultimately we also found antibodies to his folate receptors and elevated nagalase enzyme activity in his blood (another marker for likely viral persistence). GcMAF completely stopped his reflux and with that we saw some important gains, but Dan was still far from being independent or recovered from his many issues.

But that wasn’t the end of Dan’s struggles.  He was also found to have a very small deletion of the terminal end of chromosome 22 (perhaps the smallest deletion measured to date).  It is compatible with an unusual condition known as Phelan-McDermid Syndrome, but a much smaller deletion than typically seen with that disorder. 

This would never be the picture you might hope for when it comes to potential stem cell therapies. Yet his parents were undaunted and any chance was enough of a chance to get their attention and interest.

After several discussions, the parents (like I had for myself and my step-son) chose to try fetal stem cells at EmCell in Kiev, Ukraine.

So a picture is worth a 1000 words and countless blessings for Dan. 

Dan on the playground

This was the first time in 10 years Dan had been able to enjoy recreation and that is truly remarkable. His parents are seeing gains in many areas and we are all truly grateful to the expertise and experience the EmCell teams brings to the treatment of autism related problems.

If you want to know more about how to optimize the outcome of stem cell therapies, please contact me (470) 253-7445, my staff have been instructed to provide as many patients as possible with a donated 30 minutes of my time to discuss stem cells. 

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.

7 Responses to Adult with Autism Responds to Fetal Stem Cell Transplantation

  1. shamim says:

    Hi .. we went to Kiev in February.Did treatment on 7th and 8th Feb. Since we came back my son regressed. Anxiety increased tremendously, socially withdrawn. Can you plz tell what I should do? Not sleeping well. waking up every night.

    • In general terms since there is no way with the very limited info provided to know – stem cells are very much the unlikely cause of this regression. Gut bacteria – yeast – breaking diet or other infection is most likely the cause. This includes PANDAS and PANS strep – mycobacterium – mono virus – all of which could have be acquired while traveling or at any time. See the blog on PANDAS and PANS. I strongly suggest you find a doctor knowledgeable about PANS and PANDAS and consult with them.

      • shamim says:

        Yes completely agree with you that there is must be something wrong in my son’s system.I contacted to Dr.’s in Kiev they said its not related to stem cell.I wrote to you to know what can be done from your experience as I did not tell Australian Dr.’s about this treatment.I got inspired from your blog and I decided to go, financially it was big decision for us but we finally made it anyway. I am still very very hopeful that he will be okay. Problem is I don’t have any guide like your patient getting from you. So I wrote a comment not scare anyone.can i email you?

    • Lindy Schultz says:

      Could this actually be a HEALING reaction as we see in Homeopathuc and Heilkunst treatments? Where you may see some impressive gains after going through the regressions?

  2. Rimma Brandin says:

    Oh my G-D, I hope it is temporary. It scares me since I was thinking about going with my 18 year old, but I can’t afford financially.
    Good Luck!
    Rimma

    • And I would also be cautious to not misjudge any treatment. I have already responded to the other post. Please read. This is very unlikely to be stem cell related.

  3. Lindy Schultz says:

    This blog entry gives me hope as a mom to a 21 year old with no speech, academic skills and limited personal care skills. Now the question of how to afford promising treatments…that day will come, if not, then I trust God that it is not the treatment for him…and continue to pray for guidance.

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