Stem Cell Health Alliance
Biographical Sketch - Terrence Cooper
Terrence Cooper remembers flashing in and out of consciousness while waiting, waiting in the mangled truck for the Jaws of Life. The car flipped 12 times the night of October 26, 2006. Terrence spent the next three months exhausting all in-patient rehabilitation therapies for his C4 and C5 spinal cord injury. Terrence was employed fulltime and taking college classes before the accident. He channeled that drive into a year of intensive out-patient physical and occupational therapy. Unfortunately, with the economic downturn, the treatment centers closed their doors.
Intensive spasms had overtaken his legs to the point that Terrence's mother or father had to sleep in his room to protect him from falling from the bed during a spasm. He experienced drenching sweats. There was little movement in his arms and he could not sit up for more than a minute without losing consciousness from a sharp drop in blood pressure.
Still focused on finding a way to improve, the Coopers turned to adult stem cells as a treatment for his failing condition. Directly after the treatment of adult stem cells, Terrence began to show improvement. He gained movement in both arms. The spasms and drenching sweats stopped. He can scratch his face, pull off his headphones and do bicep curls with Velcro weights. Terrence can sit in a chair for 5 hours and visit with family and friends.
Terrence knows first-hand the progress made in his abilities with the help of stem cells. He wants additional stem cell treatments to increase his mobility, balance and strength. Terrence wants to walk again.
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note: This clinical study may be referred to as "The Amazing Race To Independence" or "Breakthrough to Independence". Both names are referring to the same clinical trial and your support is very much appreciated.
CONTRIBUTIONS ARE TAX-DEDUCTIBLE TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW. This campaign is administered by Stem Cell Health Alliance a 501(C)(3) non-profit entity (TAX ID: 68-0644468). The Stem Cell Health Alliance will send an acknowledgment for any contributions of $200.00 or more, or if requested by the contributor of a lesser amount. Stem Cell Health Alliance has the authority regarding administration and disbursement of all contributions. For donation of stocks and in-kind equipment, please call Phone: (858) 875-6568 Fax: (858) 658-0986.