BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTS FOR CANCER AND OTHER DISEASES
by Dr. Lawrence Wilson
© October 2015, L.D. Wilson Consultants, Inc.
All information in this article is for educational purposes only. It is not for the diagnosis, treatment, prescription or cure of any disease or health condition.
Of all the allopathic methods of treating cancer, one of the best, if not the very best, is bone marrow transplants. Doctors are not sure how these work, but they are often effective. Basically, a donor gives a small amount of bone marrow, which is removed using a large needle from a large bone. This is somewhat painful and invasive, but not too dangerous. The material is then spun and the red blood cells and iron removed. It may also be filtered in other ways. Then the resulting fluid is given to the cancer patient in an IV solution.
This article explains how bone marrow transplants actually work.
AN IMPORTANT AND SPECIAL FORM OF SELENIUM
Bone marrow, it turns out, contains an important form of selenium. This, I believe, is at least one of the active ingredients in a bone marrow transplant responsible for their success. It is similar to a type of stem cell therapy, only much safer, in fact. In this sense, a bone marrow transplant is a type of nutritional therapy, and little else. For more on stem cell therapies, read Stem Cell Therapies on this site.
DR. REVICCI USED BONE MARROW EXTRACTS WITH GREAT SUCCESS
Dr. Emanuel Revicci, a 20th century cancer pioneer, used bone marrow extracts to cure cancer, so the idea is not new. Dr. Revicci understood that selenium in a special form was the active ingredient, and he wrote about it.
He also knew about the Trophoblast Theory Of Cancer, which is discussed in detail on this website. If stem cells are taken from the wrong organ or gland, they can turn into trophoblast and thus into cancer. However, this does not occur with cells from bone marrow, in most cases.
RELATED TO SEXUAL FLUID CRAVING
Bone marrow is just one example of a tissue that is rich in stem cells or totipotent cells. A similar type of selenium compound in found in all totipotent or stem cells. One of these cell lines is found in sperm and male prostate fluid. In this fluid, the stem cells seem to assist the developing egg and sperm to grow by forming the trophoblast tissue.
A desire for more of the selenium compounds may be one reason that some women, and even some men, crave male sexual fluid or even female sexual fluid, which contains a little of it as well. While it may seem strange, this is not an uncommon phenomenon today. For more on this topic, read Sexual Fluid Craving on this website.
ANTI-AGING AND GLANDULAR THERAPIES
In this regard, all of the freeze-dried glandular tissues used in nutritional balancing science have a little of this stem-cell selenium compound, which may be one reason they are quite effective. They are also much less costly and very safe, much safer than stem cell therapies of other kinds including bone marrow transplants. Bone marrow transplants are thus a type of anti-aging therapy that I hope will be continued in the future.