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From total blindness to doing it all...Peppi Underwood
“A lot of doctors told me I would never see again; that I couldn’t do this and I couldn’t do that, but now here I am doing it all.”
In 2004, when I was 23, I was in a car accident in which I hit my head on an SUV and then on the concrete. It caused brain injury which left me totally blind and unable to walk or talk. At the time, I was working on my Masters Degree in Therapeutic Recreation, but that all came to a quick end.
Now, at 33, I am studying architecture and got all A’s last semester. I recently ran in a college track meet where I took second place after not being able to walk at all, or at best walk very unsteady and slowly, like a very old person.
Why? How? What else…Stem cells!
After my accident, I was told by my doctors that I would never see again. They tried some special lenses and eye drops, but they didn’t do anything. One doctor planned to do corrective surgery, but gave up after deciding he didn’t want to “mess anything up.”
I learned about stem cell treatment because I would hear about it on TV, and then my sister went online to research it. We found RSCI and knew they were the ones. My family encouraged me and my friends in Baton Rouge helped me raise the funds to make the trip and get the treatment. I followed the pre-treatment healthy diet plan that was given to me to ensure the stem cells would work their best. In a short time I was on a plane with my sister and mother headed to Szechuan, China. None of us had ever been outside the U.S. before, and we were all very excited.
We felt very confident and comfortable at the treatment center where the most amazing thing happened. After the first treatment, I immediately got my central vision back. I told them I was ready to drive!
After 5 days and 5 treatments, my eyesight improved even more. After a while, when I was back in the U.S. and went for an eye check up, I had no trouble reading the 20-20 line, and the nurse told me I didn’t need glasses at all. My vision is still 20-20. I do plan to go for more stem cell treatments since my central vision is very strong, but I have no peripheral vision. I am confident stem cells will be able to help me with this problem so I really will be ready to drive.
I would say to other people considering stem cell treatment, “Always keep your faith in whatever it is you want to do.” A lot of doctors told me that I couldn’t do this, and I couldn’t do that, but now here I am doing it all.
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HOW ABOUT YOU AND YOUR LOVED ONES?
ILLNESS? EVEN OPTIC PROBLEMS?
Do you or your family suffer from
chronic disease? What you do not know is that your medical system is not allowed to cure it. Think about it. Big Medicine lost billions when polio was defeated in 1950 and since then it has taken over every developed country and virtually every medical school. The billionaires then decided your fate: During the last 65 years, the greatest scientific 65 years in human history, not one disease has been knocked down, nor is it likely one will be allowed during the next 65.
Having easily won that prize, Big Medicine is now concentrated on convincing the world that stem cells are “unproven.” Using their power to control every form of mass media, they keep from you the overwhelming truth: There are over 2500
clinical trials using Repair (Adult) Stem Cells to successfully treat dozens of diseases. Meanwhile no drug or vaccine approved in this century has been proven in an open trial where your MD can see
So RSCI must give you just two facts:
(1) Over 80% of cases sent to us are now treatable with Repair Stem Cells.
(2) 65% of those actually treated reported living improved lives at the 6 month mark.
Compare that to prescription drugs, almost all of which treat only symptoms while weakening your immune system.
If you wish to determine if your (or your loved one’s) medical condition is treatable with today’s high quality stem cells,
- take four minutes to fill out this short form and SUBMIT it to RSCI. You will learn everything about stem cells for
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