A master regulator of regeneration

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Science  15 Mar 2019:
Vol. 363, Issue 6432, pp. 1152-1153
DOI: 10.1126/science.aaw6258

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  • RE: Whole body regeneration

    I recently underwent a series of ELECTRO acupuncture treatments intended to regenerate the 50% damaged and dead alveoli in my lungs. An NIH Clinical Trial posted the results of their trial in which they found that the addition of electro to acupuncture resulted in the creation of stem cells that then migrated to my lungs. They tracked them and found that it took 2 hours for this to occur. After more than 10 electro acupuncture treatments, I had a scan of my lungs and found that my lungs had totally been regenerated to completely healthy, as the MD who read the scan said.

    Your article does not say what is the material or process the body uses to accomplish the regeneration, leaving me curious as to what does the work?

    I am writing to you so that if there is anything of value in my telling you of my regeneration process, you can include it in your ongoing research.

    Allan Sanford
    407 795 0392

    Competing Interests: None declared.

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