Regenerative Cellular Therapy (RCT), A Clinic Specializing In Alzheimer Treatments Sponsors Motion Picture With Award Winning Cast

 

Movie, Cast and Clinic Aim To Provide Dollars and Awareness To Support Research

 

rct-alz-movieRegenerative Cellular Therapy (RCT) has sponsored the motion picture, “It Snows All The Time”. The movie is based on Omaha native Ed Hover, who was diagnosed at age 58 with Alzheimer’s. “The goals of the movie are aligned with the goals of RCT,” stated Hans Truesdell, RCT President. “This movie aims to raise awareness on the epidemic of Alzheimer’s.” RCT is dedicated to creating vaccines and conducting research using proteins and peptides to treat specific diseases, such as Alzheimer’s. RCT’s sponsorship is providing support from the biomedical community and their network of patients and partner researches.

RCT is dedicated to creating vaccines and conducting research using proteins and peptides to treat specific diseases, such as Alzheimer’s Disease. The types of peptides used in RCT’s Alzheimer’s treatments are neurotrophic factors, which are in the growth factor category of signaling molecules. Neurotrophic factors are responsible for the growth and survival of developing neurons, the maintenance of mature neurons and promote the initial growth and development of neurons in the central nervous system and peripheral nervous system. RCT’s protein and peptide treatments are designed for conditions ranging from Alzheimer’s, Autism, Brain Injury, Epilepsy, Type-1 Diabetes, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Osteoarthritis, and various forms of Cancer.

The movie production started in October with a star-studded cast that includes an Oscar nominated actress Lesley Ann Warren and many recognizable faces from hit TV shows. “Alzheimer’s is the 6th leading cause of death in the United States, but I do not think that people realize this,” stated movie producer Jay Giannone. Giannone“This movie is about a family sticking together through a difficult situation, showing the bonds between a father and his children and the love between a husband and wife. “The cast includes Erich Hover (“Moneyball”), Brett Cullen (“42 and Dark Knight”), Oscar nominee Lesley Ann Warren, Jay Giannone (“Gone Baby Gone”), Taryn Manning (Orange Is The New Black and “Hustle & Flow”) and Tatyana Ali (Fresh Prince of Bel Air and Kiss The Girls). Grammy nominee Clinton Sparks and Sterling Knight (“Disney”) are also part of the cast. 10% of the movie’s profits will be donated to Dementia/Alzheimer’s research, RCT’s sponsorship helped green light the movie.

About Regenerative Cellular Therapy
Regenerative Cellular Therapy is using proteins and peptides that are carrying genetically encoded information into a specific type of cell in order to treat a specific disease. Once inside the cell the protein or peptide modifies the DNA and RNA. When this process is completed, the new gene will make functional protein to treat a disease. The functional protein, when necessary, exits the cell and inserts itself into neighboring cells that are unable to synthesize functional protein and the organ or tissue begins to regenerate.

Visit the movie website at www.itsnowsallthetime.com or the IMDB page.

Media Contact: Jonas Roeser | jonas@roeserresources.com | 206 245 4960

 

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