Stem Cell Therapy for Autism

May 3, 2018 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Old Quarry Library
7051 Village Center Drive
Dianne Doggett

Our speakers will be Heidi Carabine and Dianne Doggett, both of whom have personal experience with stem cell therapy for autism.

Heidi Carabine is the mother of a 22 year old son with autism. When her son was small, he had a severe form of autism. After many years of treating him with dietary, nutritional, biomedical, and finally stem cell treatments, he is now in college, and on the honor roll. Heidi herself has suffered from various life threatening immune system conditions, and used stem cell therapy successfully to treat them. She and her son have been treated at three different stem cell clinics: Stem Cell Institute in Panama City, Panama; Bioss Celulas Madre in Monterrey, Mexico; and a clinic in Russia that no longer treats patients with autism.

Dianne Doggett is the mother of a 20 year old son with autism. She and her husband have treated their son with dietary, nutritional, and biomedical treatments for many years, with some success. This past March, they took him to the World Stem Cells Clinic in Cancun, Mexico for stem cell therapy. While they have not seen huge improvements yet, they are beginning to see improvements especially in speech and tactile awareness. Dianne is also the Organizer of the Austin Autism Treatment Forum.