Thomas V.

Keene, NH

Thomas V., an avid ballroom dancer, knew something was wrong when he felt so short of breath that he had to stop and rest while dancing. He went to the local medical center and was diagnosed with emphysema and COPD. He noticed that his quality of life and breathing were deteriorating quickly. Showering, getting dressed and walking left him puffing for air. However, Thomas refused to let lung disease stand in the way of his happiness. After seeing an ad for the Lung Institute, Thomas called and scheduled his stem cell treatment. About 3 to 4 months after treatment, he and his family noticed an improvement to his breathing and quality of life. Now, Thomas doesn’t feel depressed, feels energized and has a renewed sense of wellness. In addition, he enjoys gardening daily, and in the past year, he has ridden his bike 500 miles without feeling out of breath. Thomas says, “The feeling of wellness is wonderful.”

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

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