Celltex Client with MS finds strength to give back to others with her condition after stem cell therapy

April 19, 2016 – SammyJo Wilkinson, a passionate stem cell advocate and Seattle resident, was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) 21 years ago at the youthful age of 30.  Just seven years after her diagnosis, Wilkinson found herself unable to work due to disabilities from her aggressive symptoms. By 2011, SammyJo was wheelchair bound and […]

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Celltex adult stem cell therapy helps Multiple Sclerosis patient begin the new year on a strong note

Debbie Bertrand was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in 2001 after experiencing a number of troubling symptoms that made it difficult for her to walk and use her hands. Eventually dependent upon a wheelchair but unwilling to simply accept her prognosis, Debbie researched different treatment options and even looked into participating in four different stem […]

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Stem cells transplantation of neurotrophic factors shows promise in ALS

Researchers in Jerusalem have found that mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) engineered to secrete neurotrophic growth factors (NTFs), may help to slow the progression of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) without lasting and unwanted effects. Researchers found that among the 12 participants of the study, ages 20 through 75, who received a single injection of these MSC-NTFs […]

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Celltex client joins Lacrosse team one year after adult stem cell therapy

This month, seven-year-old Tucker Beau Hyatt joined the Pearland Rail Cat Lacrosse Team, a milestone he and his family could only dream of before. Since the age of two, Tucker Beau had lived with intense joint pain in his knees, feet, ankles, hips, fingers, elbows, back and wrists caused by Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA). This […]

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Celltex SJIA client Sarah Hughes inspires hope at “Be An Angel” charity event

Celltex client, 24-year-old Sarah Hughes, is celebrating her one-year anniversary since receiving adult stem cell therapy. After years of being severely disabled with serious consequences of systemic juvenile idiopathic arthritis (SJIA) and severe dysautonomia, Sarah has undergone a life-changing transformation this year that has astounded her family and physicians. Sarah Hughes wears a designer gown […]

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Adult Stem Cell Therapy May Help Raynaud’s Disease

Celltex Recognizes October as Raynaud’s Disease Awareness Month This October marks the first “Raynaud’s Disease Awareness Month” in the United States. Approximately five to 10 percent of all Americans suffer from Raynaud’s disease. The Raynaud’s Association declared October the official awareness month to share information regarding the disease and to highlight the condition on a […]

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Adult Stem Cell Therapy May Help Raynaud’s Disease – Celltex Recognizes October as Raynaud’s Disease Awareness Month

This October marks the first “Raynaud’s Disease Awareness Month” in the United States. Approximately five to 10 percent of all Americans suffer from Raynaud’s disease. The Raynaud’s Association declared October the official awareness month to share information regarding the disease and to highlight the condition on a national scale. While this awareness month is new […]

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Celltex’s Adult Stem Cell Therapy May Help Those Affected by Dysautonomia

Houston-based biotechnology company recognizes October as Dysautonomia Awareness Month   October is internationally recognized as Dysautonomia Awareness Month and Celltex Therapeutics, a Houston-based biotechnology company, is hoping to raise awareness about the “invisible disease” that affects more than 70 million people worldwide. Dysautonomia is an umbrella term used to describe any disease or illness caused by […]

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