This is a 72-year-old male patient with a chronic history of asthma /COPD.
He had progressive difficulty with breathing with even the simple activities over the past several decades. The patient was on inhalers and pills 2 to 3 times daily and occasional steroid treatments.
The patient underwent stem cell therapy in June 2014 and had slow but progressive benefits month to month. At roughly 5 to 6 months after stem cell therapy the patient does not use any asthma, nebulizers, breathing treatments or steroids at all. His breathing is completely clear he’s able to walk 2 miles a day without any wheezing or any shortness of breath.