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Blue Horizon Stem Cells Treats Celebrity Using Anti-Aging Treatment

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10/29/2013 | 12:15am CEST

NEW YORK, N.Y., Oct. 28, 2013 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- On September 24, 2013 Blue Horizon Stem Cells (BHSC) treated their first celebrity patient, Janice Dickinson, the company announced today. Treated in the BHSC Wuhan, China facility, Dickinson received an anti-aging treatment using stem cells. Thirty days after her original stem cell treatment Dickinson feels amazing and is ready to discuss her experience.

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Anti-Aging NEW YORK, N.Y., Oct. 28, 2013 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — On September 24, 2013 Blue Horizon Stem Cells (BHSC) treated their first celebrity patient, Janice Dickinson, the company announced today. Treated in the BHSC Wuhan, China facility, Dickinson received an anti-aging treatment using stem cells. Thirty days after her original stem cell treatment Dickinson feels amazing and is ready to discuss her experience.

Dickinson flew into China on September 23, 2013 and received treatment the next day. The stem cell anti-aging treatment is an out-patient procedure requiring two to three hours in the hospital. She was escorted personally by Blue Horizon Stem Cells Chief Medical Officer and Founder, Dr. Brian Mehling.

When asked how Dickinson reacted to the treatment, Mehling stated, “Janice expected the change in her physical appearance, but it’s the change in energy and decrease in aches and pains that truly impressed her.” According to Mehling, those results are typical among most patients that receive stem cell treatment.

Mehling and Dickinson were introduced by a mutual acquaintance. Once Dickinson learned of the potential benefits of the anti-aging treatment, she could not resist.

When asked why she decided to receive stem cell treatment by Blue Horizon Stem Cells, Dickinson said “It was a no-brainer … I am 58 years old and with the promise of experienced doctors, a safe procedure and looking and feeling amazing; why wouldn’t I use Blue Horizon Stem Cells. It’s amazing!”

The anti-aging stem cell treatments produce a more youthful look without the pain and healing associated with cosmetic surgery.

Blue Horizon Stem Cells has performed thousands of procedures using stem cells. BHSC uses adult stem cells for its procedures and conducts research on its patients. Treating celebrities with this cutting-edge, proven technology is only the beginning. The international company is preparing to open additional facilities in Europe and Asia. Coupled with the launch of its new skin care line, Blue Horizon Stem Cells is preparing for a productive year of new patients and global opportunities.

Blue Horizon Stem Cells is a division of Blue Horizon International that provides stem cell therapy and research to achieve health benefits. Uniquely positioned to take advantage of its clinical research, Blue Horizon Stem Cell has safely and efficiently performed over 2250 procedures, documenting each procedure while tracking the progress of patients throughout their treatment cycle. Blue Horizon International’s stem cell therapy program is associated with The Stem Cell Centre, Hongqiao Brain Hospital and Wuhan University School of Basic Medical Science, Wuhan, China. For more information visit http://www.bluehorizonstemcells.com/ .

No celebrity endorsement claimed or implied.

NEWS SOURCE: Blue Horizon International :: This press release was issued on behalf of the news source (who is solely responsible for its accuracy) by Send2Press® Newswire, a service of Neotrope®.

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