“Aging has no known treatment“ has been a slogan perpetuated by drug regulatory agencies for decades.
But 4 million (80%) out of 5 million patients treated by fetal precursor cell therapy worldwide during the last 80 years have done so because they suffered from ‘aging disease’.
Their decision was based solely on their instincts and intuition and in total disregard of official statements about a lack of acceptable research protocols to prove the value of any therapy in slowing down the aging process.
Because the issue has always been ‘not to add years to life, but life to years’.
One cannot treat aging related diseases, or for that matter many diseases in an aging individual, without anti-aging treatment.
On the other side one cannot seriously talk about the ‘revitalization’ or ‘rejuvenation’ therapies without a serious attempt to diagnose any and all diseases that the individual suffers from and their successful treatment: otherwise any attempt at ‘revitalization’ will fail!
Dementia, known also as senility, is a brain disease that causes a long term and gradual decrease in the ability to think, reason and remember clearly so that a person’s daily functioning is affected. Emotional problems, language difficulties and a decrease in motivation are additional symptoms along with depression, anxiety, and a variety of neurological symptoms The decline must be greater than one would expect from normal aging.
In 50 to 70% cases the cause of dementia is Alzheimer’s disease, in 25% vascular dementia, in 15% Lewy body dementia and frontotemporal dementia. Sometimes 2 or 3 types of dementia are combined in one patient. About 10% of people develop dementia during their lifetime.
There is no cure for dementia. BCRO fetal cell transplantation is the only therapy known that can stop further progression of dementia, i.e. you must treat the patient in the early stages of this disease. To stop the further progression of dementia in its late stages (of cortical brain atrophy) is meaningless and to stop it in the middle stages requires a decision by the family.
There is hardly a 40+ years old individual in the western world that is perfectly healthy physically, mentally and spiritually, and thus does not require treatment of ‘aging disease’.
This optimism about the possibility of ‘successful aging’ stems from the growing acceptance of the rights of the aging population to live a full and complete life rather than to die in a hurry right after the retirement in order not to be a burden on the society.
The ‘usual aging’ should be classified as a disease, and all diseases related to aging should be clearly described as such. Scientists agree that genetically we are programmed to live 120 years. In reality we live on average only ~80 years (in civilized world).
There are some societies with simple lifestyle where people live frequently much longer than that. But in western countries more and more people experience now a ‘successful aging’, too. As an example, aged people can achieve levels of oxygen consumption equal to those of sedentary young adults by a regular aerobic exercise.
The programmed aging process, which should lead to our graceful demise at the age of 120 years, is disrupted in principle by three factors:
1. Severe illness,
2. Severe trauma,
3. Abnormal aging or ‘aging disease’.
The first two factors are self-explanatory: severe disease or severe trauma can destroy even the healthiest individual. But what about the ‘aging disease’, ‘devitalization’, biological age versus chronological age, ‘vitality’ as a measurement of ability of one’s organism to realize all vital functions in physical, mental, and spiritual spheres’ ?
• The rate of age-related decline in the function of every organ in the body varies greatly, so that people become less alike as they age.
• Within any individual the functions of different organs decline at different rates.
• Each one of us has at least one weak organ or organ system (if not more than one).
• Different people generally age at different rates.
There are two major types of ‘aging diseases':
• There are aging mechanisms that are accidental or random, and there are those that are planned.
• “Mother Nature does not need us forever. Our evolutionary, biological purpose is fulfilled once we have produced offspring. Evolution, biology, or Mother Nature, is interested in only one thing: survival of species. And that means a continued production and survival of children.
• Once that is accomplished – once the children are old enough to take care of themselves – the parents are useless as far as Mother Nature is concerned. They have passed on their genes, and their survival skills,
and have protected their young until they can protect themselves.” (from “Forever Young 3″)
• It was not so long ago when our ancestors died in their mid-twenties. They fulfilled their duty of procreation and passed away.
• Are we required to live longer today for some reason? Are we perhaps in greater need of the wisdom and experience of older people to help ensure the survival of human race?
• The ‘alarm’ on our ‘aging clocks’ seems to be set somewhere between ages of 35 and 40. Before that time our bodies have been in a state of dynamic equilibrium, constantly renewing, rebuilding, and replacing every cell in the body.
• Every seven years – by scientific estimate – nearly all molecules in the body are replaced by new molecules from the outside the body.
• “When the age alarm sounds, the replacement cells are not quite as good as the original. The homeostatic balance of growth, regeneration, and repair, versus trauma, destruction, and stress, begins to slip out ofour favor.” (from “Forever Young 3″)
“Our physiological functions begin to decline. Our ability to adapt to, and survive in a changing environment, declines.
• All over the body, the structure of tissues becomes disorganized.
• More fat is deposited.
• Active tissue is hidden or lost.
• Individual cells increase in size, but decrease in number, by almost one-third.
• Connective tissue between cells, muscle fibers, and bones increases and becomes less elastic.
Psychometrically, reaction time slows down, learning takes longer, memory fades, in particular the recent one. The social skills and intellectual abilities of young years begin to slip away. There are changes of personality. The gross motor and fine motor abilities and coordination deteriorate.” (from “Forever Young 3″)
When it comes to the treatment of ‘aging disease’ the opinions vary. This is due to the lack of a single hypothesis capable to possibly explain all of the aging processes. According to the Merck Manual of Geriatrics (1995) there are six such theories. Experts of fetal precursor cell therapy have always believed in a complex approach consisting of various biological therapies, but BCRO fetal precursor cell transplantation is the most important.
BCRO type of fetal precursor cell transplantation, has been used successfully for 80+ years as treatment of many diseases
• for which modern medicine has had no therapy (i.e. incurable), or
• in which ‘state-of-art’ therapies stopped being effective (i.e. no longer treatable),
in documented over 5 millions of patients worldwide. Physicians can learn about it in a textbook by E. Michael Molnar, M.D.: Fetal Precursor Cell Transplantation, BCRO Fetal Precursor Cell Transplantation”, published in 2014 by www.amazon.com
On the same web site the general readership can find out all about it in the book by the same author: “Treatment of Incurable and No Longer Treatable Diseases”, published in January 2015, as well as in his
autobiography: “Diseases and Genocide are not Our Destiny”. You can buy it as ‘free reader download for PC’ as well as Kindle Book.