Stem Cells And Spinal Trauma
In 1985 Dr. Jim Larsen came up with a theory regarding autoimmune disease and cancer. He believes that stem cells within the vertebrae can escape after compression fracture and leak into nerves and nearby tissues. How one's immune system handles the leakage will determine the end result of autoimmune disease or cancer. Nerves provide a protected roadway for stem cells to flow into and end up in th...
Paperback: 126 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1 edition (August 2, 2013)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.3 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 10193138
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support tissues of organs. The immune system reacts violently to the raw stem cells. Organ tissue is destroyed and scarred as the immune cells react to the virus-like stem cells. After 28 years, Dr. Larsen has linked spinal compression fractures with over 400 cases of disease and cancer. The stories are real. The injuries are real. And the people within this book had their health change after the injury. The book will hopefully reach others who have had similar fate. More investigation is needed to solidify how stem cells leak from spinal fracture. You can help be forwarding your stories to www.stemleak.com.