Interview with US stem cell surgeon Dr M Propis
Doctor Propis a surgeon with over 30 years experience has had tremendous success with stem cells, treating a wide range of conditions from Cardiac-Pulmonary to diabetes, to neurological disorders and osteoarthritis.
The Repair Stem Cell Institute (RSCI) recently interviewed Dr Melvin Propis about his medical work, as well as his roles as mentor and public speaker.
Read what he had to say here;
Seventy-two year old Melvin Propis originally worked as a specialist ENT cancer surgeon and has also worked as a cosmetic surgeon.
Some 8 years ago Dr Propis was at a Medical Conference and quite by accident walked into a room where the speaker was talking about stem cells. At the time he knew very little about stem cells but did immediately realise that this was the future of medicine. For the next five years Dr Propis devoured journals, took courses, found mentors and learned everything he could about stem cells.
Dr Propis said, ‘Stem Cell Medicine is 21st Century Medicine. We are just at the beginning but I’ts going to improve in ways we can’t now imagine, totally changing the way medicine is delivered and what results it produces. If we just continue at the pace we’re at now, it’s likely that in 2 generations, the average American will live to the 100 year mark. And, I’m not just talking about existing – I’m talking about living because by injecting their own adult stem cells into their own muscles, bones and other tissues, along with controlling chronic diseases and conditions, people will be healthy and strong. Stem cells will also be able to replace brain cells that are dying off, so people will stay mentally sharp and active.’
Dr Propis confirmed that the stem cell treatments he has carried out have been using only the patient’s own stem cells, and said that because of this he has never seen a single complication or infection or has needed to refer a patient to a hospital because of an adverse reaction.
Most of his patients had seen improvements in 2-6 weeks, which continued to approx. month 6, and then stayed constant at their level.
Dr Propis concluded the interview by saying, ‘Some patients expect miracles, of course, to which we can only respond that miracles are rare. But, let’s also bear in mind that what we call a medical miracle these days may be standard operating procedure in the future’.