Kristopher Boesen may have just become an inadvertent poster-boy for the possibility of regenerating just about any part of the human body – from the brain to the fingers, to eliminating cancer cells and replacing them with new ones, with stem cells. . . but there’s more.
Stem cells are of special interest to many scientists because they are understood to be completely self-renewing and multi-functional. They can be renewed to regenerate any part of the human form. This was proven recently when 21-year-old and paralyzed Kristopher Boesen regained the use of his hands and arms.
In Boesen’s case, he regained the use of his body by injecting stem cells (AST-OPC1) during a surgical procedure, which is truly miraculous in and of itself, but there may be less invasive ways to trigger our own stem cells to “revitalize, and regenerate” new body tissues and functionality simply using energy.
For example, neuro stem cells were recently “ignited” when electricity was applied in one study to repair brain damage. New skin tissue was created by using stem cells in another, similar application. There are almost infinite possibilities for regeneration of the human body utilizing stem cells, however, they are currently “mined” from fetal tissue, which leads to obvious moral and ethical issues. Embryos must be destroyed in order to get new stem cells.
What if, instead, we could simply regenerate our own bodies with our own stem cells? Stem cells have the ability to differentiate into different cell types needed for specific applications, and we already have evidence that sound therapies can enhance cellular function – even kill cancerous tumors when applied at the right frequency. The technology, called high-intensity focused ultrasound therapy (HIFU) has proven its use as an effective cancer treatment, but might this same therapy be applied to our stem cells, which could then be directed to areas needing regeneration and renewal?
HIFU’s (simply an energy treatment) effectiveness is proven. For example, the research showed that pancreatic cancer cells were shattered between 100,000 and 300,000 hertz. Ovarian cancer cells and leukemia cells responded by shattering the same way. The frequencies resulted in the destruction of anywhere from 25% to 60% of cancer cells.
If we can eliminate the need for chemotherapy, which kills all of our cells, with HIFU, then why not eliminate the need to use fetal tissue to generate useable stem cells?
In humans, there are two broad types of stem cells: embryonic stem cells, which are isolated from the inner cell mass of blastocysts, and adult stem cells, which are found in various tissues. If we could use these stem cells to promote our own health using energetic changes (just like applying electricity) then we should expect to see changes in the regenerative processes of our bodies.
Stem cells have been called the “black box of reprogramming” – and scientists have already been “reprogramming” them for decades. Another scientist, Shinya Yamanaka, recently discovered how to “turn back the clock of adult stem cells,” reverting them to their embryonic state – so why not use this information, combined with the latest technologies in energy therapies, to reprogram the entire human form?
Yamanaka’s so-called induced pluripotent stem cells (iPS cells) seem to be essentially identical to embryonic stem cells and possess the ability to become any cell. So, this discovery combined with HIFU technology means we could literally transform, or regenerate any part of the human form. Need new brain cells? Done. Need a new hand? Done. Need a new liver? Done. The only question that remains is – what are we waiting for?