Living with the everyday strain of a difficult health condition or disease can be overwhelming but there is hope. Many are still unaware that there is relief from symptoms and improvement in function through adult stem cell therapies. Stem cell therapy is currently helping hundreds of patients each year with remarkable results. Though this technology is still limited in the United States, it is being used as tool to fight various conditions and illnesses complications from Diabetes.
At BridgeHealth, we represent several elite providers so we can remain objective and focused on the best solution for you. If you are interested in learning more or finding out if you are a candidate, please contact us toll free at 1-800-680-1366 (from the US or Canada), +1-303-457-5734 or email us firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please understand as we do, that even though these treatments are making dramatic headway in previously untreatable illnesses, they are not a miracle cure. There are many factors that need to be taken into consideration to help predict how successful therapy will be. Please contact us if you are interested in learning more about how adult stem cells might help you.
boy did someone dump a load of bull on you. Diabetes 2 is a progressive disease that is true but it is a disease that can be treated. You can lead a full and relatively normal life by taking care of yourself by taking your medication, eating right and exercising. While there is no "cure" you can live with diabetes. It is up to you and your doctor to form a partnership to manage your disease. Don't give up. If he/she is unwilling to help....find another doctor.
When i was diagonised with diabetes 2 years ago i learnt that this was a lifetime affliction that would eventually kill me one or another and that all the docyors could do was to manage it so that i may live my final years in some comfort. Are you suggesting that there is a chance diabetes may not after all be a death sentence?