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No Physical Limits are currently looking for Donations for the following items; RV Camper, Utility Trailer, Pontoon Boat, and also Hunting & Fishing materials, equipments, Please Don't let some of these item's die on the back of your property, and we will pick them up! Funds to purchase same being requested above, NOOIC has their 501 (c)(3) and will provide a tax write-off, to help Physically Challenged Hunters to Get Out Of The House!
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Thank you to Laveta & Ed for the donation of the 1974 Yellowstone Coach 24" Trailer, This will become a Portable Hunting Blind for the Physically Challenged.
Liberty Hunt Disability Hunt with the Youth Hunt Early Season In Lupton, Michigan 9/21/2013 Please send your hunting pictures with date!
RC Rec Hunt 2012
Published on Aug 1, 2012
In Part 1 of 3 Dr. Paz discusses his internal medicine background in New York and Texas, and how he got involved with stem cell treatments in Panama. He highlights why licensing, technology and quality control make the Stem Cell Institute in Panama different from other clinics around the world. Dr. Paz then touches on why "same-day" fat-derived stem cell treatments are less than ideal. He concludes part 1 by discussing several US universities with which the Stem Cell Institute has collaborated on research.
Published on Aug 7, 2012
Stem cell Treatment protocol for autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis. Why stem cells must be administered systemically for autoimmune diseases. Dr. Paz elaborates on the disadvantages of same-day fat-derived stem cell treatments. He presents the scientific rationale for treating rheumatoid arthritis (RA) with fat-derived stem cells along with a published case report including patient video. Presentation of similarities between MS and RA and how MS is treated with a combination of human umbilical cord-derived stem cells and adipose stem cells. Dr. Paz discusses why MS treatment includes umbilical cord-derived stem cells.
Published on Jan 8, 2013
Stem cell therapy for osteoarthritis using adipose (fat) stem cell. Case study of 76 year-old man with osteoarthritis in his knees. Stromal vasular fraction treatment statistics including side effects collected over 800 infusions. Stem cell treatments for sports injuries and why pro sports stars are seeking treatment. Case study of a professional dancer with knee and neck problems who returned to competition after stem cell treatment in Panama.
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