Peyton Manning’s Adult Stem Cell Victory.

Peyton Manning’s neck problems, according to his former coach, Tony Dungy,  began while Manning was with the Indianapolis Colts.   As  Dungy had told reporters,   Peyton’s neck problems began during a Washington Redskins game in October  2006. The neck  injury happened following a full out defensive blow that had removed  his helmet, the  blow was followed by a second high and intense hit. When Manning arose following the hit (according to his coach), his neck and arm were a source of  obvious and severe pain.  That apparently was the beginning,  as once a vertebrae is  damaged, it remains vulnerable and the weakness remains  forever.

Forward to the 2010 and 2011 seasons when additional blows to the quarterback’s neck exacerbated his condition but here began peyton-manning’s adult stem cell victory.   During those years, the reports were that Manning had sustained even more career ending injuries and the quarterback, low on options,  underwent subsequent surgeries to repair discs in his neck that were pressing on his spinal cord. The neck surgeries, as most people who have undergone one  will tell you,  offered only a partial fix,  but in Manning’s case  stem cells would provide the rest.

So how dire was Manning’s condition and what would be the risk of suffering an even more serious event if he chose  not to opt for surgery?   The answer would have to be very dire. Particularly  the way the game was played a few years ago before the league put in place stronger rules to protect the quarterback.  One more severe blow could,  at anytime, render someone in Peyton’s condition a quadriplegic,  paralyzed for life from the neck down. We all can too well  remember Christopher Reeve.

Time for a miracle and stem cells would provide it. Adult stem cells are the repair cells of the body and  in more than 4300 FDA trials today  are providing help for hundreds of diseases that are impacting families, including  heart failure, MS, Parkinson’s, joint diseases, cancer, Alzheimer’s and autoimmune diseases of which the  public is generally unaware. Families impacted by chronic disease need to know what is being done currently.   Peyton Manning’s  Adult Stem Cell Victory is already in the record book whether or not he wins this year’s Superbowl.  This victory in overcoming his neck injury, which facilitated his coming to New York in the first place, is already a giant win for adult stem cell therapy.
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Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy, Heart Killer 1 in 500 Children Affected

People are absolutely amazed when I share the alarming information from the  American Heart Association and the Minnesota Heart Institute Foundation that a silent killer, called HCM,  affects 1 in 500 children and is the number one life threatening  disease of young people.  How often have you heard of a young athlete, who for no apparent reason and without warning, drops dead during a high school or even grade school competition? You might recall the basketball  athlete,  Hank Gathers, who died at 23 during a game or Corey Stringer or Louis Savino at age 15 whose had his attack while playing soccer, Scotty Lange, a 16 year old young man who died during football practice  in Orange County, or the Cardinal pitcher, Darryl Kile who died in his sleep from  hypertrophic cardiomyopathy which affects 1 in 500 children.   The examples go on in every sport, track, swimming ect.  The cause is hypertrophic cardiomyopathy  (HCM), a genetic heart defect that ocurs with a thickening of  the heart’s  septal wall and  affects evens the smallest as infant hypertrophic cardiomyopathy According to the CDC, 23,320 young people died from the genetic defect within a 7 year period.  Is your child or grandchild, sister or brother at risk of this killer? The prognosis for hypertrophic cardiomyopathy is good if it can be discovered in time.




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