Posted Fri, 2013/01/04 - 01:56 by amybscherAs my words finally make it out into the world (in print!), I sit here and reflect on all that I have learned. I wonder how I can capture it all and bottle it, so I never forget. Not even 50 years from now. The suffering I endured from Chronic Lyme disease and all of my other diagnoses, is something that that I'd never give back now. For so much of where my life has landed has came from flying blindly through all of those years.
The India Story
Posted Wed, 2012/03/07 - 01:58 by amybscherThe book about my wonderful and adventurous while-sometimes-too-thrilling healing journey is almost finished now. I am looking forward to sharing more with all of you, my loyal and appreciated cheerleaders — and hope my being a few steps ahead on this journey will help keep you headed toward the light.
Posted Wed, 2011/11/09 - 04:18 by Kyla PuklusA year after receiving my first embryonic stem cell therapy, I return to New Delhi for booster cells. As my health continues to improve, I explain my decision to return and the positive changes in my life this year.
Posted Fri, 2011/09/09 - 06:19 by amybscherIn recent days, the India pot has been stirred up a little. I have had several people contact me, concerned that I have relapsed. Apparently, that was the word around what I call 'Lyme-town,' the virtual world where Internet forums and email groups and patient blogs rule. And often, as I've learned in this little loved cyber town, reporting can be inaccurate.
Posted Wed, 2011/02/16 - 05:23 by Kyla PuklusIt's been six months since my last embryonic stem cell injection, and I've noticed some improvements with my immune system.
Posted Wed, 2010/10/06 - 07:44 by Kyla PuklusAfter spinal procedures, heat stroke and a long airplane ride, I am back in the states and working like a "normal person." This is my first blog in two months and I have some improvements to report.
Posted Wed, 2010/08/11 - 20:12 by Kyla PuklusAfter small daily injections of stem cells, I experience my first 'procedure,' a large infusion of stem cells into the spinal area. Although these are classified as "not my favorite days," the end result is uplifting: procedures make the difference.
Posted Tue, 2010/08/10 - 20:35 by Kyla PuklusAfter seven weeks of receiving embryonic stem cells, I have noticed no real side effects from the treatment itself.
Posted Wed, 2010/08/04 - 20:22 by Kyla PuklusAfter daily injections of embryonic stem cells, I see improvements by the third-week mark. Jessie passes the care-taking baton to Andrea and I reflect on the necessity of friends.