Point a mother towards the end of the earth and that’s where she will go, in her determination to find a cure for her ailing child. An accountant by profession, Emily Miller’s firstborn Jason was only 4 years old when he was diagnosed with Pervasive Developmental Disorder, also referred to as PDD, a severe form of autism. The pediatrician said that there was no cure for Jason’s condition.
“Jason did not show any characteristic signs of autism, but he was clearly not developing like other children his age,” says Emily. Although he could read, he wasn’t able to speak spontaneously. He threw tantrums, could not express what he wanted, whether he was sad or hungry, and didn’t reach out to other kids his age,” says Emily.
Like most children in the autism spectrum, the boy had attention difficulties. “He was rigid and spaced out most of the time. It was heartbreaking to see my poor baby this way,” she adds. Emily refused to accept that there was no cure for her son’s condition. “I devoted myself to ensuring that my son got the best possible treatment and researched endlessly,” she says. She quickly put her son on biomedical treatment and a casein and gluten-free diet, under the supervision of a Defeat Autism Now (DAN)-licensed doctor.
Jason, now 11, has undergone various treatments, and has been taking supplements and B12 injections to help with attention issues. He has even benefited from occupational and speech therapy. Early last year, a clinic offered Emily an opportunity to try regenerative tissue therapy.
Emily agreed to go ahead with the treatment as she was willing to try anything that could help her son. The accountant mom read up on the supposed benefits of regenerative tissues for autism and other medical disorders.
This therapy involves the harvesting of fat from the patient’s stomach or thigh. After this, a machine isolates the regenerative tissues from the fat. The fresh cells are then injected back into the patient’s body in order to stimulate the production of new and healthy cells. In patients who are very old or sick, or have autism like Jason, the cells are taken from a close blood relative.
The cells were taken from Emily’s tummy and injected into her son. The procedure is deemed safe, but infectious screening, blood screening, compatibility testing and a complete physical checkup should be performed prior to the procedure. Compatibility testing is crucial to determine which parent is a better match donor.
The effects of the treatment on Jason after just a week or two were dramatic, says Emily. “We noticed that he was quicker in question-and-answer response, was visibly more aware, and more in the moment.
Besides autism, there are several other benefits of this therapy, which include regenerative tissue breast augmentation, regenerative tissues for diabetes, neurodegenerative and cardiovascular disorders, regenerative tissues for spinal cord injury, asthma and even regenerative tissues for hair loss treatment.
Convinced with the results of the therapy, Emily also states that Jason would not have improved over the years if it weren’t for his biomedicines and special diet. Regenerative tissue therapy makes a vast difference in certain conditions, but along with traditional doctor-guided medication, she says.