On August 2nd, 2019 IFBB Pro Champion and professional fitness model Anton Antipov hosts the podcast Gee Talks, and recently had Dr. Brian Mehling on as a guest to have a long, wide-ranging discussion about the potential of stem cell science.
Antipov has received three stem cell treatments from Dr. Mehling, once in the BHI clinic in Bratislava, Slovakia, and twice in the new Montego Bay, Jamaica clinic, and intends to receive more.
Lance Palmer is a featherweight MMA champion who credits stem cell treatments from BHI with a greater feeling of better overall health, more energy, and help with the training recovery process.
Mr. Palmer is a former amateur wrestler and current mixed martial arts fighter. He competes for the Professional Fighters League in the Featherweight division. A four-time NCAA All-American, Mr. Palmer was a member of the Ohio State wrestling team.
Mr. Palmer recently won a fight on July 25, 2019 at the Ocean Casino Resort in Atlantic City, New Jersey via unanimous decision, collecting three regular season points. In the second round Palmer faced Luis Rafael Laurentino at PFL 5. He won the fight via third-round TKO and advanced to the playoffs.
Mr. Palmer has said that his successful treatment at the BHI Jamaica, Montego Bay clinic has helped him become a better fighter. He received his first treatment in 2016 and says it helps with the recovery process, preventing injury, and gave him an overall increase in energy. Mr. Palmer recommends stem cell treatments in general and Dr. Brian Mehling in particular to all other athletes. He describes his experience in the video above.
BHI Therapeutics Jamaica provides access to stem cell therapies to patients who may benefit from these treatments. We engage in collaborative relationships with leading institutions, scientists, and physicians across the globe. We only utilize stem cells from either your own body (autologous) or from umbilical cord donors who have proceeded through a multiple step testing process that ensures stem cell patient safety. We do not use embryonic stem cells, nor will we ever.
BHI Therapeutics Jamaica has US board-certified physicians on staff for your safety. Our Scientific Advisory Board and Ethics Committee oversee the disease-specific protocols to ensure the highest standards of patient safety. BHI Therapeutics Jamaica provides therapies for neurological disorders, autoimmune diseases, and orthopedics conditions.
BHI Rejuve, a hormone optimization program, exhibited at the
Europa Games Nutrition & Wellness Expo in Dallas on June 8-9, 2019. Attendees
of the conference include individuals who are eager to learn more about
improving their quality of life. More than 8,000 wellness enthusiast and
professional bodybuilders, competing for their “International Federation of
Body Builders (IFBB)” professional cards, attended the two-day event.
Representatives from BHI Rejuve presented information on its
hormone optimization program and provided awareness regarding the importance of
one’s hormone levels and their effect on one’s quality of life.
The Europa Games Expo has been in existence for more than 10
years with several affiliate conferences held throughout the USA. The
conferences attract more than 180,000 people annually. It is one of the
very few nutrition and wellness conferences that offers the opportunity to
obtain IFBB Pro Cards. In order to become an IFBB pro, a bodybuilder
must first earn an IFBB Pro Card. To accomplish this, a bodybuilder l must win
a special showcase where he/she is judged on his/her physique.
This year’s conference brought in more than 300 exhibitors,
including BHI Rejuve, 24-hour fitness, Bang Energy, Vitamin Shoppe, Orange
Theory, US Army, Hello Fresh, Gold’s Gym, and Spartan. Exhibitors had the
opportunity to present their companies, goods, and services to
bodybuilders, nutrition fanatics and health enthusiasts from across the
To check out our video from the event, click the link below.
Brian Mehling, MD, and Michael Kelly, MD had a successful presentation at the Princess Grace Hospital Monaco in Monte Carlo, France.
Dr. Brian Mehling’s presentation was focused on BHI Therapeutic Sciences (BHITS) stem cell research studies.
It included BHITS stem cell therapy methods, results of Institutional Review Board approved stem cell research studies, resent advances in BHITS stem cell research (Presentation at the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, 2018 and Presentation at the conference Adult Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine. The New York Academy of Sciences, NY, 2019) and information on FDA endorsed Investigational New Drug (IND) application entitled Evaluation of the Safety and Efficacy of HPC, Cord Blood in Subjects With Acute Ischemic Stroke.
Dr. Michael Kelly’s presentation was specifically focused on BHITS follow-on IND application entitled “Evaluation of the Safety and Efficacy of Hematopoietic Progenitor Cells, Cord Blood in Subjects with Knee Osteoarthritis Associated Pain”.
It described the study objectives, inclusion and exclusion criteria, safety and efficacy endpoints.
Blue Horizon Charitable Foundation was represented at the World Bank and International Monetary Fund Annual Meetings in DC. This year’s events took place in Washington, D.C. from October 14-20, 2019. Katarina Novakova, Director of Relations at Blue Horizon Charitable Foundation attended the meetings on behalf of the organization. The World Bank Group is one of the world’s largest sources of funding and knowledge for developing countries. Its five institutions share a commitment to reducing poverty, increasing shared prosperity, and promoting sustainable development. Ms. Novakova said: “Participants were discussing the solutions that can trigger inclusive economic growth, why debt transparency is important, what the workable solutions are to tackle the biodiversity crisis, and what are the actions needed to address the education challenge, especially the number of children who can’t read by the age of ten.” The program of events showcased unique stories that could help inspire others, such as innovations in creating financial and market opportunities for women entrepreneurs, and how investment and innovation in infrastructure have helped deliver sustainable growth and social development for communities and countries. To boost action and accelerate progress towards tackling development challenges and reducing extreme poverty, delegates from the member countries, observer organizations, civil society, private sector, and media convened at the 2019 Annual Meetings of the World Bank Group and the International Monetary Fund (IMF).