February 5, 2019 Presentation: Is angiogenesis a treatment or even a cure for neurodegenerative diseases, including Parkinson’s disease, ALS, stroke, Alzheimer’s disease and more?
We have scheduled a scientific and medical presentation on Tuesday, Feb 5th which is entitled:
“Is angiogenesis a treatment or even a cure for neurodegenerative diseases, including Parkinson’s disease, ALS, stroke, Alzheimer’s disease and more?”
We appreciate that many of you will wonder if this is real or not. Because of this, I would like to give you a short introduction into some of the medical evidence that the presenters have provided to us which we believe is compelling.
One clinical program with this drug was carried out in patients with coronary artery disease. The results from an FDA-authorized clinical trial in these heart patients was so successful that ABC Nightly News did a story on it which can be viewed here:
From this video, you can see with your own eyes, the growth of new blood vessels in the heart of one of the patients that was treated. The presenters believe that once this treatment is available to the public, it alone, could extend by decades the lives of millions of people suffering from coronary artery disease, the number one cause of death in the United States.
The presenters now want to use this same drug to treat neurodegenerative diseases, including Parkinson’s disease, stroke, Alzheimer’s disease and other diseases of the brain that they believe result from a lack of blood flow to specific areas of the brain. They hope to get FDA clearance and to be dosing patients with Parkinson’s disease by the beginning of 2019.
The presenters also directed us to another video clip put out by Time Magazine Health which talks about recent medical research by neuroscientists at Columbia University School of Medicine in New York which lends strong support to the presenters’ hypothesis that vascular disorder and lack of blood perfusion is the underlying cause of many brain disorders. That video clip can be viewed here:
In this video, you saw that Columbia researchers felt that a lack of blood perfusion in the aging brain leads to cognitive decline due to less active brain cells (neural stem cells that give rise to new nerves). The presenters also believe the same process is occurring in numerous other brain disorders, including Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, traumatic brain injury, ALS and PTSD. They are hoping that within 12 to 18 months they will have confirmation from FDA-cleared clinical trials if they are correct on their hypothesis and that their drug is a safe and effective way to treat these disorders.
Lastly, here is a link to the presenters YouTube video entitled: “Parkinson’s Disease: is angiogenesis a treatment or possible cure?”.
It can be viewed at: https://sites.google.com/view/pdzhittya
If you know of anyone suffering from a neurodegenerative disease, please send them this link, as it should bring them hope of a possible treatment within a few years.
The presentation at Centered for Life will be on Tuesday, February 5th at our office. The presentation will be given twice, once at 12 noon and then repeated at 7:00 PM the same day.
Drug research and clinical development are high risk and there are no assurances that these drugs will be approved by the US FDA. What we do know is that if these drugs are approved to treat these horrible diseases, we want to be at the front of the line to have our people treated and that is why we have arranged these presentations with Zhittya Regenerative Medicine. We believe, most importantly, that this presentation should provide hope to those who are suffering from these devastating diseases.