Saul was a widower who had Critical Limb Ischemia (CLI) with pain at rest. His doctor told him he needed amputation. Saul's son, a physician, found our program. Stem cell treatment ensured Saul avoided amputation and gave him far better quality of life for more 9 years, until he passed away.

Saul C. (Miami, FL)

Dave is a Lobster fisherman and doctors told him that he needed an immediate left above knee amputation for Peripheral Artery Disease. Dave wanted to save his leg long enough for his son to return home from Iraq. After participating in our stem cell trial, Dave was able to postpone his amputation for more than…

Dave L. (Long Island, Maine)

Maria is a 23 year old single mother with auto-immune vascular disease. She was ineligible for a bypass or angioplasty and prescribed methadone (an opioid to relieve severe pain) for pain at-rest. After stem cell therapy, Maria's pain was relieved and she no longer needed methadone for pain management.

Maria C. (Indianapolis)

"We are fortunate to have had the long-term support from CMMRF. These monies have allowed us to explore research opportunities and facilitate movement of new treatments from the laboratory to the bedside to address critical diseases affected by blood vessels."

Keith L. March, M.D., Ph.D. Inaugural CMMRF Chair Indiana University

"... we promote research that improves the quality of life and provides benefits for all mankind; in particular the adverse physical conditions that seem to appear with age."

Gary Wyne Executive Secretary CMMRF

"What the Cryptic Masons Medical Research Foundation has been supporting is nothing short of breakthrough miracles in treatment for thousands of ailments - including congestive heart failure, kidney failure, retinopathy, diabetes, COPD and emphysema, to name but a few."

Ben Williams Editor-in-Chief Rocky Mountain Mason