Jeremy Dulkis Jeremy Dulkis

First post: Sep 15, 2018 Latest post: Oct 12, 2018
       Jeremy was diagnosed in 2011 with Multiple sclerosis (MS); a chronic, progressive neurological disease where the immune system damages the brain/spinal cord, affecting motor and cognitive function. He has tried conventional therapy and after two failed prescription medications; the progression of the disease has continued. The result and complications has severely reduced Jeremy's quality of life and his ability to work as a Chef which is what he loves to do and is quite gifted in doing so. We will post some photos soon of his workmanship!

       He embarked into learning about clean eating, nutrition and the effects of current food sources, he changed his diet, the way he cooks and although his general health has improved, there was no positive effect in slowing or improving the neurological damage. He continues to have some difficulty walking.
       Jeremy has decided to pursue a stem cell transplant of his own stem cells; which has shown promising results in not only slowing, and halting but even reversing some of the effects of the nerve damage. The best results are seen in Europe; and these stem cells are his own and are the ones that can regenerate, recoup and rebuild injured tissue. 

       Stem cell transplants are NOT covered by insurance even though they have been successfully doing them for years. Some facilities costs range up to -$120,000. The facility that Jeremy hopes to go to in Europe (80-90% effective) costs about $50,000 without travel expenses. Secondary facilities (65-70% effective) are in the US and are still NOT covered by insurance. Jeremy is still clinically a good candidate for this therapy. 

     Lord willing; that  we are able to arrange finances for the European facility and he has the best possible results and improvement; his desire is to continue to do what he loves best and transition his career into the health and wellness arena where others will benefit from his experience, skill and knowledge. This is our journey!

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