Furthering observations of Stem Cell Outcomes in ASD

Stem cells are a powerful source of natural healing, but are still inadequately understood and challenges remain is ways to optimize the outcomes from cell therapies. This lecture will provide new insights into the methods being used and the likely mechanisms of healing. Cases will be discussed to illustrate the methods and successes.

James Jeffrey Bradstreet

Dr. Bradstreet is a graduate of the USF College of Medicine and a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians. He is extensively published in autism biomedical interventions and recently published the first paper describing GcMAF protein therapy for autism. He is conducting research on stem cells in Europe and collaborating on an enhanced neurophysics intervention for ASD.