ADVOCACY MindaNOW: Villa Medica Revisited: I saw stem cell ‘harvest’

GERMANY (MindaNews/15 October) This is a follow up report on my last published article about our return trip to VILLA MEDICA in Edenkoben, Germany for our familys continuing search for ways to cure my wife Beths ailing kidneys by trying the unorthodox treatment using fresh stem cells. If you recall, we went for the first time last November 2012 resulting to her kidneys recovering a bit but still not within safe levels. Hence this2nd visit buoyed by the modest improvementalmost one year after the first injections.

Day 1, Monday wearrived with some Davao friends on the same flight from Manila on board ETIHAD AIRLINE after a 14-hour flight with a brief stopover at Abu Dhabi. It was cold and chilly but VILLA MEDICAs luxurious Mercedes Benz van (with a built- in wine bar to boot) made the one and a half hour land trip along Germanys famous auto-bahn highway a pleasurable zippassing through verdant green landscapes that were starting to turngoldendue to the onset of autumn.

We arrived at the Regenerative Clinic on time for a mid-morning breakfast andmet upwith the rest of the group mostly from Davao arriving from other airlines. They were there trying for the first time Fresh Stem Cell Therapy FCT except for Beth and another friend from Davao who were on their 2nd visit after an encouraging first round of treatment about a year earlier. Well, for those who have no serious health conditions but arehere for rejuvenation, anti-ageing or just plain well-being, a single FCT treatment will suffice. Unless of course one wants to get the optimum experience for good health in which case Villa Medica is the modern day Mecca of sorts, authorized and licensedby the German health authorities as a holistic, regenerative cellular therapy clinic nestled in ahideaway amidst vineyards andforests. Edenkoben is a quaint old pre-warGerman town with narrow streets and brick houses with a high-walled religious nunnery converted into a winery today.

After breakfast, all of us were immediately directed to proceed to the common Infusion room where a cocktail of Vitamin B12, glutathione, Vitamin C was introduced intravenous, to open up and prepare the body for the following days stem cell injections.

Day 2, Tuesday. It was about 10 oclock In the morning while waiting in our room for the doctors to come for the injections when my daughter KRISTEL suddenly called me to say that I was being invited by BOBBY CHIA, the Thai owner of VILLA MEDICA to come down at the laboratory area in the basement. It was at that timewhen the mother pregnant sheep was to be slaughtered and the stem cells extracted from the young unborn fetus and immediately injected to guests. Yes, I was waiting for this moment. I purposely requested Bobby earlier to allow meto see for myself how the stem cells were harvested. Within 2 hours from harvesting, the stem cells must be injected on the receiver for maximum effect. In that condition, the young fresh cells are potent and not prone to cause adverse effects or rejection by humans.

Iwas told that the basic underlying principle in the Villa Medica procedure isthe centuries old health maxim same heals same. Meaning kidneys of the donor heal kidneys (for renal problems); heart heals heart (for heart ailments); pancreas for diabetics ; brain for autism, Parkinsons; testicles for sex potency and so on and so forth. In simple laymans words, the donor cells are said to function as catalysts that when injected in the buttocks of a person,trigger the receivers own aging or sick cells to start reacting by producing young cells which set in motion the process of cell repair and rejuvenation.

Moreover, young unborn sheep fetus was used successfully over the years, since 1913, and Villa Medica had been pioneering this regenerative process some 50 years with about 100,000 clients so far. And still counting.

So when I got word that I would be welcome to see the harvesting, I rushed down with Kristel and met up with two Singaporeans. Bobbywas there waiting and gave us lab gowns, masks, caps and fitted our shoes with sterilized plastic covers. Bobby merely said, Jess, you said you wanted to see this. So go aheadsee for yourself.

I could only reply, Wow! I quickly donned the standard sterile garbs and prepositioned myself at the glass windows. In the next room from my observation post were eight masked technicians also garbed in blue-colored lab gowns. They were busy methodically slicing from a slaughtered baby sheep on the operating table I saw them gingerly slicing into thin and small pieces the different organs and flesh of the donor and classifying them into small glass containers. Bobby earlier warned me not to accidentally touch a button at the connecting door because the required conditions were such that a mere whiffof air from the outer chamber could mean infecting and aborting the on-going procedure. It was that stringent and extremely sterile as required by German health authorities. Even the breeding and raising of the donor herd that Villa Medica maintained had to comply with strict government regulations.

Although masked, I recognized one of them, a Filipino doctor whom I knew since our first visit November last year. Dr Andrew Morato had been with Villa Medica for years. He spoke fluent German. Last time I met him, I thought some full-blooded German was speaking until I caught a glimpse ofhis standard Bicolano features. Dr. Andoy, although now a German citizen, is proud of being Pinoy.

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