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Lung Problems

I am a 58 year old male who just was informed that I have Stage II-lll COPD.  I am a non-smoker, although lived with one for 30 years.  I do have shortness of breath, lung study show a low volume exchange when increasing activity levels.  

I have been told that you offer a cellular clinical trial which is offering some positive clinical outcomes by use of my own cells taken from their depots found along tiny blood vessels.  I am VERY interested in if this is showing promise, and what do I have to do to find out more about the process.

I am trying to reach out via email, the email address that is associated with the site show  I intend to send a inquiry to that address today.  If not successful, please respond to this posting and I will provide whatever studies or information that I have or can get.

My Father died of COPD (Emphysema) and I am very concerned I will end up like him.


Shawn L.

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Robert Alexander on Friday, March 27, 2020 1:56 PM
With COPD and lung damage associated with COVID-19 can be addressed in approved Clinical Trial with use of cells found within patients own body (autologous, adult stem/stromal cells. Simple extraction from fat tissue tiny blood vessels permit isolation and delivery via IV to help control the inflammation and damage to blood supply in lungs from the viral pandemic. Study approved 3-27-20 and appears in website from NIH/FDA Based on experiences with classic COPD and lung disorders. Improves oxygen exchange and easier breathing has been seen in patients with oxygen dependent lung disease patients.
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