Groundbreaking New Project Could Bring Dead Back to Life

Patti MayonnaiseMay 4, 20162,385 Views
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A mind blowing new trial that will ultimately attempt to regenerate the brains of dead people has just been approved to move forward by health officials. A US biotech company was granted ethical permission to recruit a total of 20 patients declared clinically dead due to a variety of traumatic brain injuries. These patients will undergo testing on their central nervous systems to determine whether they can in fact be revived.

By utilizing an array of therapies including stem cell brain injections and cocktails of peptides to find the perfect formula, scientists hope that the combination of these techniques along with deploying lasers and stimulating nerves will prove successful. Every trial participant will have been certified dead remaining alive only through life support. Over the course of several months with brain imaging equipment, patients will be examined for signs of regeneration.


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Most importantly, signs will initially be searched for in the upper spinal cord which is the lowest region of our brain stem controlling independent breathing as well as heartbeat. The biotech team believes that brain stem cells could have the potential to erase past trauma and re-start life once more with the surrounding tissue. It’s a process they have seen within animals such as salamanders able to regrow entire extremities.


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Bioquark Inc.’s CEO, Dr. Ira Pastor says, “This represents the first trial of its kind and another step towards the eventual reversal of death in our lifetime. We just received approval for our first 20 subjects and we hope to start recruiting patients immediately from this first site – we are working with the hospital now to identify families where there may be a religious or medical barrier to organ donation.”

“To undertake such a complex initiative, we are combining biologic regenerative medicine tools with other existing medical devices typically used for stimulation of the central nervous system, in patients with other severe disorders of consciousness. We hope to see results within the first two to three months.”

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