Bill B.

Wellsboro, PA

Age: 82  |  Location: Wellsboro, PA  |  Condition: COPD

When Bill B.’s COPD was causing increased shortness of breath and made daily activities challenging, he knew it was time to investigate other options. Bill’s pulmonary function test showed that he wasn’t receiving enough oxygen, so his physician prescribed inhalers and supplemental oxygen. Before stem cell treatment at the Lung Institute, Bill had trouble walking down his driveway to get the mail, and if he had to go downtown, he used a scooter. Afraid he might have an attack, Bill stopped doing his favorite activities. After treatment, Bill feels better and says that, while he understands COPD is a progressive disease, his COPD seems to have been halted in its tracks. Now, Bill looks forward to taking his boat out to go bass fishing, staying involved in his theater group and helping with the library’s book sale. As Bill says, “For me, it’s astounding.”

If you or a loved one has COPD or another chronic lung disease and would like to see results like Bill’s, please feel free to contact us today at (800) 729-3065 to learn more about stem cell treatment options.

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