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KoolK3n
post Jan 05, 2012, 10:29 AM
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http://stlouispark.patch.com/articles/orio...ng-to-jablonski

I live very close by and my whole school has been aware now. The surgery he had yesterday failed and he may never be able to walk again. I will attempt to call the parents and set up a meeting with them to discuss alternative treatments. The chances are slim but it's better than nothing.

List of treatments I will propose:
-Lions Mane Mushroom
-Royal Jelly
-Huperzine-A
-Stemgevity
-Resveratrol
-B-Vitamins
-Turmeric
-Melatonin
-ALCAR
-Phosphatidylserine
-Omega-3
-Piperine
-Coenzyme Q10
-NADH
-Etc

Also, I will refer them to StemGenex...

Expect updates.
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post Jan 05, 2012, 03:18 PM
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Well this issue has developed significantly the past couple days. I finally contacted the relatives and hope to get a response soon. Again, I don't expect a reply but hopefully the fund-raiser we started will change their minds into considering it as a viable alternative otherwise he will stay paralyzed for life.
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