Sherry B.

Nashville, TN

Age: 57  |  Location: Nashville, TN  |  Condition: COPD

Sherry’s COPD took a toll on her energy levels daily. It would often take about thirty minutes to recover from any activity, and she would be spent by the middle of the afternoon. This constant feeling of exhaustion made her give up on activities, such as cooking.

After her stem cell therapy at the Lung Institute, she found that she could go hours without needing oxygen. This gave her the freedom to enjoy her daily activities, like cooking, again.

If you’d like to see results like Sherry’s and learn more about stem cell therapy, please contact one of our patient coordinators at (800) 729-3065.

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