Rhonda S.

Macomb, MI

Age: 62 | Location: Macomb, MI | Condition: COPD

Rhonda S has COPD, which made her feel short of breath and like she was constantly dragging. While her inhalers helped some, she just didn’t feel like herself anymore. After having life-threatening pneumonia, she knew something had to change. A friend of hers mentioned stem cells, so Rhonda did some research and decided to receive treatment. Rhonda began to notice positive changes quickly after treatment. Now, Rhonda can take showers, work in her flower garden, and she enjoys having more energy. Hopeful, Rhonda says, “I feel more like myself.”

Like Rhonda, you can breathe easier and bring normal life back within reach. If you or someone you love has a chronic lung disease and would like more information, contact us today by calling (800) 729-3065.

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