This video begins with an example of a hobby shop salesman completely growing back the tip of his finger in four weeks:
Atella’s work with human bladder cells has pushed regenerative medicine to a transformational breakthrough. In a clinical trial at Thomas Jefferson Hospital, Dr. Patrick Shenough performed a bladder transplant with an organ built from the patient’s own cells.
Today, one of the biggest believers in regenerative medicine is the U.S. Military. The army is working in conjunction with Pittsburgh U. to use cellular matrix on the amputated fingers of soldiers home from the war. “The military has invested tens of millions of dollars in regenerative medicine hoping to regrow new limbs, lost muscle, and burned skin…”
A machine in Germany sprays a patient’s own cells onto a burn signaling the skin, not to form a scar, but to regrow.
A patient gets her own stem cells injected into her heart. The hope is to grow new arteries. A patient who can regrow a blocked artery may never need surgery.
Commercial capitol has been pouring in from Corporate America to mass produce custom made body parts. “Building a very real business around a very real and compelling patient need…”
Dr. Steven Nichtberger of Tengion Corporation has bought the license and his build the factories to grow the bladders developed at Wake Forest U. “I look at the patients who are on the wait list for a transplant. I look at the opportunity to build bladders, to build vessels, to build kidneys. In regenerative medicine, I think it is similar to the semiconductor industry of the 1980’s. You don’t know where it’s gonna go, but you know it’s big.”
Can you say “Sixth Day?” I knew you could.
“I want to print out another cat, mommy.”
“What happened to the last cat you printed out, sweetie.”
“Jimmy scared him away.”
“Oh dear, we better print you out a nicer brother.”
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Doctor Cleared of Harming Man to Obtain OrgansBy JESSE McKINLEYPublished: December 18, 2008
The surgeon, Dr. Hootan C. Roozrokh, was found not guilty of a single felony charge of abuse of a dependent adult, after two other felony charges administering harmful substances and unlawful prescription were dropped last spring. Prosecutors had argued that Dr. Roozrokh, 35, prescribed excessive amount of drugs during a failed harvesting procedure on a brain-damaged donor, Ruben Navarro, in San Luis Obispo, in February 2006.
The doctors lawyer, M. Gerald Schwartzbach, had said that Dr. Roozrokh, a surgeon based in San Francisco who had flown in to retrieve the organs, had been trying to ease the patients suffering after other doctors failed to perform their duties. (So, were the other doctors brain dead too? Why don’t you harvest their organs?)
Dr. Roozrokh was put in an untenable situation where he could have walked out, Mr. Schwartzbach said, but had he walked out, there was no one there to care for Ruben. (Did the entire hospital staff leave? Do they just ignore their brain dead patients and let them rot away?)
Dr. Roozrokh is believed to be the first doctor accused of such actions. The verdict came after a two-month trial and two days of jury deliberation. The San Luis Obispo deputy district attorney who tried the case, Karen Gray, did not return a call for comment.
Dr. Roozrokh, an Iranian émigré and naturalized American, had been trying a lesser-used technique known as donation after cardiac death, which involves removing a patient from life support before extracting organs.
Most donations involve brain-dead patients, but a growing demand for organs has led to an increase in such cardiac procedures, which require speedy retrieval after a patients heart stops. (So, this heartless doctor wanted to speed up the cardiac arrest with extra drugs?!)
But Mr. Navarro, 25, who had been brain-damaged and disabled by a neurological disorder, did not die immediately after his ventilator was removed, succumbing eight hours later.
The Associated Press said the jury issued a statement with its verdict saying the case illustrated a desperate need for clear policy on cardiac death donations.
Among transplant groups, the verdict on Thursday was greeted with a mix of relief and concerns about the impact of the case on potential donors.
I think we must acknowledge the sensitivities of the events on the ground, said Dr. Goran B. Klintmalm, a former president of the American Society of Transplant Surgeons, and extend our sympathies for the surgeon.
Mr. Schwartzbach said, Nobody can give him back the three years hes lost, both personally and professionally.
(What you’re saying is that the transplant doctor gave Navarro extra drugs to induce cardiac arrest, unplugged him from life support, let him die over the course of eight hours, but failed to harvest the organs anyway? What you’re saying is that mainstream medicine is a complete failure, so it doesn’t matter what the transplant doctor lost, personally or professionally.)
I want to give you more options. You have the choice of getting expensive drugs and surgical procedures that will cause you painful side effects OR you can settle for a cellular matrix to grow back your flesh OR settle for energy oriented medicine to help you with your chronic ailments and suffering by getting to the root of your problems.
For decades, there have been a subset of doctors who have researched bioresonant energy medicine that have no side effects and only has to be used until a cure is achieved as opposed to an expensive lifetime of drugs pushed by mainstream doctors.
For example, Bioenergetic Biofeedback using the SCENAR is studied as effects of electrical signals on healing wounds and defects. Russian Research produced a bioelectrical feedback device which utilizes this biophysical phenomenon.
Low level laser therapy is used for treating tuberculosis; see a study in patients with primary Raynaud’s phenomenon; Transmeatal irradiation for tinnitus; morphometric assessment of the effect on bone repair; quantum therapy for the treatment of stable angina, and more…
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One more example is my favourite: Read this short Bio on Royal Raymond Rife explains why energy oriented medicine and their researchers are segregated from a morally corrupt society. Dr. Rife discovered that certain square wave pulse frequencies stimulate the corresponding tissues. He first discovered this phenomenon by revealing cellular details unbeknownst to normal microscopes by explosing tissues to monochromatic light in his ultramicroscope. Fascinating Reading!
Dr. Rife like many other true researchers discovered that the body repairs itself much faster when provided with the proper bioresonant stimulation. Energy oriented medicine is NOT profitable to the drug companies which happen to be the biggest most powerful companies on this planet; They don’t want anyone cutting into their profits.
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