Thursday, March 22, 2018

God hasn’t written our death

God hasn’t written our death

We are made of only one cell. After the fertilisation of the egg, the rapid process of division begins, the egg travels down from fallopian tube and implants in the uterus, an embryo starts growing. With hormone HSG (human chorionic gonadotrophin) produced by the cell, placenta forms. Thereafter, some cells from the embryo and some from the placenta build the body organs and make our full shape of human with all necessary organs. 

So there is one Master cell (blastocyst containing pluripotent stem cell) and thereafter, the tissue specific cells for each unit; cells for making heart, cells for making kidney, cells for making lever, etc, act as building blocks of making the body. It is interesting to note that the cells making heart can’t make kidney. The division of work is very clear. 

It is like building a house, we load plenty of material till the constructions get over. But once the construction completed, we keep limited reserve blocks, tiles etc, in the store room to attend small repairing. Similarly the materials, building blocks of cells are in plenty till we reach the age 20Y. If something gets damaged in young age, the recovery is faster because the body has enough stock of material to take care. But when the damage is bigger, it needs external support or assistance to repair. At 20, the body given to us by God is full of life and without any expiry date. We die due to external factors, our life style, food, environment, nature, accidents, etc. Therefore, the life line of all humans are not equal, some live more, some less. As we grow, we age. Ageing is a disease. In 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s, as we progress in life, the building blocks and material support within the body decreases. The recovery slows down. We need more and more external support to recover. And one day, when all the options are closed, we die. Our ancient Rishis were living long by slowing down the process of ageing. 

An Indian Scientist Dr Anand Srivastava MS PhD, (of BHU and settled in US) considered the father of Stem Cell technology, has found out the way to create new building blocks to slow down the damage, stop the damage and reverse the process of damage. When President Reagan died of Alzheimer, his wife Nancy Reagan placed interest in the subject that whether Stem Cell Therapy could have cured her husband. She and Dr. Srivastava then opened the field of research and now the science is ready to treat humans.

The stem cell injected support the repairing and rejuvenation of the damaged organ. It can regenerate the brain cells. If the disease is in the initial stage, it gives great results. Individual’s own cells are used in treating many diseases. It can work on all kind of Autoimmune Diseases (Diabetes Type 1 & 2, Liver disease, Lung Disease); all kind of Arthritis such as Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Knee problems, Avascular Necrosis, Sports Injuries, Heart Disease, Myocardial Infraction; all kind of Skin Diseases, Spinal Cord Injury, Macular Degeneration, Retinitis Pigmentosa, Kidney Disease, Crohn's Disease, Scleroderma, Erectile Dysfunction, Vasculitis; Neurological autoimmune diseases: Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, Autism, Stroke, Brain Injury, Multiple Sclerosis, ALS, Myasthenia Gravis, Anti-Aging Treatment, Hair growth, Face lift, etc. 

It can work on blood related diseases like leukaemia, sickle cell anemia, thalassamia, lymphoma, etc. In blood related diseases, the cells of relative or matching cells of other persons are used. 

The most important part in Stem Cell treatment is that it doesn’t carry any side effects. 

Stem Cell treatment can’t give immunity from death, but this regenerative medicine with it’s potential to heal can delay the death and can give better quality of life. Our Rishi and the research of Stem Cell technology has proved that God hasn’t fixed our expiry date. Till life is protected, death can’t come. 

22 March 2018

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