Connor - Family Update on Stem Cell Patient
In October 2009, Katie, Coy and Connor sat with us to catch up on Connor’s condition. Connor received umbilical cord blood transplants in July 2008. Connor stopped breathing moments after birth and was diagnosed with Persistent Pulmonary Hypertension. He developed jaundice soon after that and was later diagnosed with Congenital Panhypopituitarism, Optic Nerve Hypoplasia, Schizencephaly and Diabetes Insipidus.
Connor’s parents cover the improvements they saw following the transplants and the quality of life improvements the therapy has yielded for Connor and his family.
This video was shot under low light at an awareness event in Springfield, MO. Please excuse the picture quality.
Non-embryonic umbilical cord blood stem cell therapy is available today. If you are interested in a medical evaluation for your condition please submit an inquiry at StemCellsChina.com.