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Stem Cell To Treat Autism

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – It’s the kind of news no parent wants to hear – a child diagnosed with a developmental disorder. However, it’s an opportunity for triumph.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – It’s the kind of news no parent wants to hear – a child diagnosed with a developmental disorder. However, it’s an opportunity for triumph.



During Autism Awareness Month, Our News shares the story of a four-year-old autism warrior – in need of your help.

Like other 4-year-olds Sarri Ominski Jr. is not a fan of haircuts.

Otherwise, he is a happy kid but he experiences the world differently.

His mother Torinda Francis says he hit his milestones up to 16 months but when he wasn’t responding she knew it was time to get a second opinion.

A year ago, he was diagnosed with mild to moderate autism.

A traumatic episode led her online to an Arizona-based innate healthcare institution offering stem cell treatment.

It’s a $12,000 treatment. However, only just recently re-employed and with no medical insurance, Francis is raising the money all on her own.

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