R3 Heroes Program – Nominate Your Favorite Teacher!
Any teacher can be nominated, and our selection committee evaluates the stories and picks as many as we can. To date we’ve performed over thirty procedures on Heroes, with many more to come!
May 22, 2019
The R3 Stem Cell Heroes Program is now including teachers in the nomination process for who can receive complimentary regenerative therapies. R3 Founder Dr. David Greene started the program to help give back to military veterans, first responders and now teachers who have kept this country free and helped shape the minds fo future generations.
Any teacher may be nominated at https://r3stemcell.com/hero. The Heroes selection committee picks winners based on the story, and what makes the person a “Hero”. This can be a “Hero” to family, friends or the students.
Said R3 CEO Dr. David Greene, “We would love to provide the free umbilical stem cell therapies to everyone that gets nominated. However, our selection committee evaluates the stories and picks as many as we can. To date we’ve performed over thirty procedures on Heroes, with many more to come!”
The free stem cell procedures are offered in Las Vegas during the R3 Stem Cell Provider Training Course with Board Certified doctors. R3 Stem Cell is the only company nationwide to have achieved Institutional Review Board (IRB) approval for the umbilical cord stem cell protocols. An IRB is an accredited third party that is underneath the Department of Health and Human Services.
The regenerative therapies are offered for many types of chronic conditions including arthritis, COPD, autoimmune conditions, neurodegenerative issues and more. The outcomes to date at R3’s Centers of Excellence nationwide have been very good. No patients have experienced have significant adverse events at R3’s Centers in over 10,000 procedures to date.
The free procedures are performed every two months in Las Vegas, so there are plenty of opportunities for nominees to be selected.
Disclaimer: None of the stem cell procedures have been evaluated by the FDA. The FDA considers stem cell therapies experimental. R3 Stem Cell makes no guarantees regarding outcomes, all patients are different.
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Published at Wed, 22 May 2019 00:00:00 +0000