December 2015

With the holidays being such a busy time of year, it can be difficult to find time to shop for thoughtful gifts, cook healthy meals or stay up-to-date on the latest news, such as Willie Nelson recently receiving stem cell therapy for emphysema. To help you stay on top of the latest lung disease topics,…

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November 2015

This November is #COPDAwarenessMonth. We are hosting several seminars in Scottsdale, Arizona, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,Nashville, Tennessee and Tampa, Florida. If you are near any of these locations, we invite you to join us to learn more about the therapies we offer for lung disease. For more information about these and other upcoming events, visit our event calendar. This month,…

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October 2015

We’re offering a couple of seminars during the remainder of the month of October – one in Scottsdale, Arizona, and another in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. If either of these locations is near you, we invite you to join us to learn more about the therapies we offer for lung disease. For more information about these and…

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September 2015

Lung Institute is Coming to Dallas! Many lung disease sufferers choose stem cell therapy to improve their quality of life and have been able to go back to enjoying the activities they love as a result. We look forward to opening our next clinic in Dallas, Texas. The expected opening date is early 2016. Breathe…

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August 2015

Build on Your Lung Health at Home You can work toward improving your lungs every single day. Each small step that you take to improve your lung health today leads you to a better life tomorrow. Changing your diet to eat foods rich in antioxidants or starting a new exercise regime are great ways to…

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July 2015

From the beginning, we have been dedicated to helping lung disease sufferers breathe easier with stem cell therapy. After two years, the Lung Institute is excited to celebrate treating our 1000th patient. This milestone represents 1,000 courageous patients who have taken charge of their own health. With a success rate of over 70 percent, it…

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June 2015

It’s Time to Get Your Life Back Since the beginning, the Lung Institute has been dedicated to changing the lives of chronic lung disease sufferers through the regenerative properties of stem cells. Every single day, we are welcomed with heartwarming success stories of patients who have gotten back to the lives they wanted. Whether that means…

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May 2015

Two Years of Changing Lives This month we are celebrating two years of helping patients with lung disease breathe easier with stem cell therapy. With over 800 treatments completed, we are looking for new ways to help people get their lives back within reach. A couple of weeks ago, we announced that we will now…

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April 2015

  Greetings, It’s been a busy month at the Lung Institute. Between organizing awareness events, spreading the word about stem cell therapy for lung disease and changing the lives of our patients, we are excited to be able to sit down and share the good news. With spring officially in our midst, many people are…

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* All treatments performed at Lung Institute utilize autologous stem cells, meaning those derived from a patient's own body. No fetal or embryonic stem cells are utilized in Lung Institute's procedures. Lung Institute aims to improve patients' quality of life and help them breathe easier through the use of autologous stem cell therapy. To learn more about how stem cells work for lung disease, click here.

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