The syllabus on the use of BCRO fetal cell transplantation (BCRO FCT) and BCRO fetal brain cell transplantation as a treatment of incurable/untreatable diseases of all organ systems (including that of central nervous system!)
1/ Genetic diseases: All of known ~4,500 genetic diseases – all incurable/untreatable by current medicine (controlled by the Big Pharma) – can be successfully treated by BCRO FCT!
Such a huge statement can be made despite that there is no sufficient proof of results of such treatment for many extremely, or very rare, genetic diseases. In my experience of 26 years, whenever I was asked to treat such patient, the result was a success (of various degree) in practically all of correctly(!) diagnosed patients.
However, it is mandatory that the BCRO FCT treatment be done as soon as the diagnosis is made, i.e. without any major delay. The later in life the patient gets the treatment, the lesser is the chance of success. This applies in particular to the diseases of central nervous system in children, where all BCRO FCT treatments must be completed before reaching the 4th year of life(!).
In 1994 I treated - by request of close friend/colleague and his wife - by BCRO FCT his 24 years old oligophrenic daughter, likewise very close to me. This colleague was a member of Board of Directors of IIBM in Moscow, so he knew that his daughter was way too old to get a positive result from FCT. I treated her twice. Both parents were convinced that their daughter, who is today 48 years old, was noticeably improved by FCT’s.
In 2007 our well known Hong Kong colleague, professor of medical school in Vancouver, Canada, advised me about a local TV program, where a mother of 3 years’ old boy with CHARGE syndrome, a very rare genetic combination of anomalies, in particular deafness and blindness, was begging hospitals and physicians to help her son. I decided to give it a try for free although I did not know anything about CHARGE syndrome, except for the old adage (of mine): when there is nothing known about extremely rare genetic disease, there in nothing wrong with trying BCRO FCT, because it is so safe! After three FCT’s about four months apart the success was exceptional, in particular the reversal of blindness and deafness. It was reported on the same Hong Kong local TV station.
Central nervous system is the sole system of the human body, the development of which is not completed until the end of 4th year of life, i.e. the diseases of central nervous system respond to the BCRO FCT very well until then, but the same cannot be expected later on.
Human being is the sole member of animal kingdom, completely unprepared to live independently up until one year of age, i.e. no Tarzan could survive alone in Nature during the first year of his life, without the nurturing of his mother, in this case the gorilla.
Our International Institute of Biological Medicine in Moscow, in existence from 1990 till 1997, carried out a clinical research in collaboration with a Russian Research Center of OB/GYN and Perinatology of RAMS, whereby all newborns with Apgar score 1 – 3, i.e. with miniscule capacity to survive and to develop as normal human beings, got CT scan of their brain at the age of 2 weeks (no MRI was available then) and if the classical radiological sign of ‘peri-ventricular malacia’ was found, then at 6 weeks of life the first fetal brain cell transplantation of white matter of brain was carried out, even though no official neurological diagnosis could be obtained as yet. The same treatment was repeated in 4 months, and again in another 4 months, following which the clinical diagnosis was already possible to make, that explained the reason(s) for low Apgar score. Later on, after the age of 1 year, fetal cell transplants of other parts of the brain and other body organs were added, as needed.
If ethics of modern medicine demand a resuscitation of every newborn with a birth weight of 500 grams, and extraordinary intensive care to keep such newly born alive, then medicine and human society should also assure that such newborns get a chance to become more than just permanent wards of chronic care hospitals.
When facing a serious damage of brain, the earlier in life is BCRO FCT done, preferably immediately after the diagnosis is established, (even in utero!), the better will be the outcome, because BCRO FCT cannot repair scar tissue! At such an early age there is no need to transplant fetal brain cells directly into the brain (by intrathecal implantation), a standard implantation works well, because the ‘homing’, which delivers fetal cells of the brain where they belong, i.e. into the brain, even if implanted elsewhere in the body, for example under the skin, is most active(!) at that stage of human development.
In other words, in any case of brain damage caused by event in utero, or during birth, treatment by BCRO FCT should be carried out as soon as possible. Later on any such treatment is much less effective, and definitely so if done past the 4th year of life.
Once the child is diagnosed with a ‘cerebral palsy’ after 4th year of life, BCRO FCT, or any other, will have a much diminished effect, if any. Parents of ‘cerebral palsy’ children spend enormous amount of time and money seeking treatment at the time when it is already too late.
One such child born at Russian Research Center of Mother and Child of RAMS in Moscow, was diagnosed at the age of 9 months with a congenital deafness, but already at that age the hearing loss was diminished to 60%, thanks to fetal brain cell transplantation, as was done already at 6 weeks of life( !).
Such very early BCRO FCT treatments were exceptionally appeciated in cases, where the newborn was extremely wanted by the parents.
2/ Chromosomal diseases, such as Down syndrome, with an incidence of 1:500 of live births, the most common among chromosomal and genetic diseases, and its treatment by fetal cell transplantation, proved to the world that hopeless inborn childhood diseases can be helped by such treatment quite well. It was the tremendous work of Prof.Dr. Franz Schmid, of Germany, born in Czechoslovakia, as Sudeten-German, No.1 expert in cell therapy, until his death in 1997 (next after the official “father” of this treatment Prof.Dr. Paul Niehans).
Major West German statistics of 1950 – 1990’s proved that fetal cell transplantation, following the rules described above under ‘genetic diseases’, did allow Down syndrome children to enter the regular German public schools, which are much more difficult, than the private ones, successfully finish 8 years’ course of studies, obtain a vocational education, which prepared them to get regular jobs, in at least 50% of instances.
Our IIBM in Moscow started its treatment with IIBM FCT in early December 1992 by starting with our first patient: 2 years’ old boy with Down syndrome (in honor of our Director Prof.Dr. F. Schmid). Right after, our first study was commenced, comparing two matched groups of Down syndrome patients, all 2 years old, one treated with FCT, and the second not treated. Of the second group 50 % of patients died within 8 months - before they reached the age of 3 years! This was the last comparative study ever for IIBM to do.
In 1993 came to us in Moscow a 4 years old girl from Puerto Rico, who was previously treated by German cell therapy by Prof.Dr. Schmid. Her father wanted to compare the results of our FCT with cell therapy. It happened that the patient was in Moscow at the same week as Mike Wallace of CBS 60 Minutes was doing his most valuable report about me and IIBM. Mike Wallace talked the father to let him to film his daughter: as usual he betrayed the trust of father, as he made fun of the patient and her father in his usual way.
The patient had very good result, so the family decided to have FCT No. 4 in 4 months.
When the patient was entering the school at the age of 6, the laws of Puerto Rico required the entrance exam by clinical psychologist. The father wrote me a letter, excited that the Ph.D. psychologist pronounced his daughter as normal and she entered the school for normal children. He added, that Mike Wallace better did not show his face ever in Puerto Rico, because he will learn how “hospitable” Puerto Ricans can be…
The patient was lucky because her parents believed in FCT and started her treatment when she was 2 years old. These patients have only one real handicap, even after FCT: lack of abstract thinking, thus they will not become Albert Einsteins…
There has been also a success in FCT treatment of Turner syndrome, Klinefelter syndrome, Angelman syndrome, Greig syndrome.
3/ Cerebral palsy has been successfully treated by BCRO FCT for years as long as treatment began prior to the age of 4 which was practically never!
With dyskinetic and ataxic CP children there is frequently a therapeutic success even if BCRO FCT is done even later, but not past the age of 10.
In hypotonic forms BCRO FCT treatment should be tried once, even if the patient is already past the age of 4, as there may be some therapeutic success, in which case additional treatment - every 4 months - should be done, as long there is appreciable positive result.
4/ Classical autism (Kanner autism, described in 1943) treatment by BCRO FCT was pioneered by myself, in 2007 in Hong Kong, where the colleague of mine, previously the professor of medical school in Vancouver, Canada, asked me to donate my time to give a consultation to the parents of a 9 years old boy with a classical autism. I was aware, that based on official teaching of all California physicians, the state in U.S. with the highest incidence of classical autism in the world, - where I was a practicing surgeon, I likewise was of the opinion, that classical autism is a psychiatric disease, and as such untreatable by FCT!
I met with parents of autistic boy, two highly educated young people, who devoted all their available time to learn everything that was known about autism. After their three hours’ long lecture, they convinced me that autism is not a psychiatric disease, and it is a result of measles-mumps-rubella vaccination, and that’s why the incidence of classical autism was highest in California in the world, because 100% children there were vaccinated (and when they were not, they were not permitted to enter school) with MMR vaccine…
I was willing to accept their explanation of mistake of official medicine, because I learned in my medical school in Czechoslovakia about an extensive research, done in Europe before WW2, about the mandatory vaccination against the measles of young men : the live attenuated vaccines were given to young men before drafted into the army, that measles gotten at the age of 18 – 20 caused large number of cases of encephalitis.
I saw their son, my first patient with classical autism ever, and it was a frightening sight: he almost destroyed the doctor’s office in 20 minutes despite being held by 3 bodyguards.
One month later I carried the BCRO FCT on their son, with help of 3 able bodied men and the father to hold him down. Two month later I saw the patient again. He was a completely different person, a calm, self-controlled, intelligent boy. He greeted me with polite handshake and kisses on both of my cheeks. The parents said that during two months post FCT he was upgraded two classes up in his private school. The school teaching staff spoke about a “miracle”. The parents did not tell anyone that their son had fetal cell transplantation.
I told immediately the organizers of my FCT scheduling to call back all parents of other autistic children, that I previously refused to treat, and inform them that I changed my opinion: now I do treat all classical autism patients with FCT. Every single patient with classical autism under age of 12 that received BCRO FCT lost all symptoms and signs of being autistic.
The therapeutic success has been 100% in all of 60 first patients treated. One problem remained: their education remained on the level of age, when they became autistic. It was mandatory to saturate the brains of all patients with all information, that they did not absorb while they were in autistic state.
One BCRO FCT treatment was sufficient in all patients.
Up until 12 years of age subcutaneous implantation of BCRO FCT has been used. - Over the age of 12 intrathecal implantation of BCRO FCT (via lumbar puncture) must be carried out, due to the closure of hemato-encephalic barrier, that usually becomes complete by the age of 12.
Classical autism is caused in all patients by MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccine. Since in the State of California the MMR vaccination is mandatory and enforced by law ( the child is not allowed to enter the school with the legal consequences for the parents) the incidence of classical autism is 1:100!
A few years ago an artificial (and illogical) classification of “autism spectrum disorders” was made, which bears no relationship to reality. There are no ‘autism spectrum disorders’ known in Nature.
BCRO FCT cannot be used to treat “autism spectrum disorders”, only classical autism patients as defined by Dr. Kanner.
5/ Aging disease has been at all times the most common reason for fetal cell transplantation therapy for 80+ years. According to the West German statistics of 1950 – 1990, of 5 million patients, who received such therapy in that country, about 4 million claimed that aging was the main reason for seeking such therapy, although many of them suffered from a variety of other medical conditions as well (besides menopause in women and impotence in men). FYI, 250.000 Americans travelled to West Germany or Switzerland for cell therapy, primarily for treatment of aging disease.
German patients considered their ‘zellentherapie’ successful in 90% cases and desired a repetitive treatment at regular intervals. According to BundesGesundheitsAmt report one aging man received such therapy 27 years in a row (German method of preparing “zelltherapeutica”, which is less sophisticated than that of BCRO FCT, required once a year treatment).
With fast growing incidence of dementia, most commonly diagnosed as Alzheimer’s disease, the frequent component of aging disease is becoming the treatment of dementia by intrathecal BCRO fetal brain cells implantation via lumbar puncture, with exceptionally good results, even in the most advanced stage 4 of Alzheimer’s disease patients.
With BCRO FCT it is recommended that the treatment of aging be repeated every 3 years.
After the end of WW2 the post of West German Chancellor was offered to Konrad Adenauer, then 73 years old. To take the responsibility of leading the country completely destroyed by WW2 at that age was considered a super-human task. Yet the Chancellor Adenauer kept that job until he was 94, for 21 years(!) It was a common knowledge of all Germans, that he religiously set aside one week a year for his cell therapy treatment.
Charlie Chaplin married at the age of 57 a woman 30 years younger. He bought right away a villa next door to Prof.Dr. Niehans, the father of zellentherapie, to make sure that he would receive fetal cell transplantation every year. After the birth of child No. 8 Madame Chaplin paid a visit to their neighbor to beg him to “stop giving her husband those cells because she is already tired”. Charlie Chaplin finished his last film “King in Hong Kong” at the age of 84, in his usual way: he wrote the script, directed the movie, composed the music and played the main role.
Many kings and presidents of countries, famous personalities, etc., received such treatment between 1931 to this date. The partial list is available.
In 1985 the First Lady Nancy Reagan decided that her husband, President Reagan, must get the cell therapy. He just lived through Hinckley’s assassination attempt plus was found to have a precancerous condition of colon. He was the oldest U.S. President to date. So she was absolutely right when she tried to help her husband by getting for him the very well known treatment, that worked. The ban by U.S. FDA of cell therapy since 1956 was not stopping her! Invited German physicians carried it out at Walter Reed Army General Hospital in Washington, D.C. That treatment helped President Reagan to successfully finish his two terms!
I learned about it during the annual meeting of selective German Society of Cell Therapy, that I was the only U.S. member of. My friend Prof.Dr. Schmid was a President.
In 1977 we became neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Reagan. Their house was ¾ of mile from ours. They lived there for 30 years. “Riviera” was a very friendly, closed community: our neighbors gave a welcoming big party for us and they all to make us feel welcome. My wife was introduced to Mrs. Reagan by her best friend to this date, who was our neighbor. Her husband was a chief of Department of Surgery in nearby St. John’s Hospital, the best private hospital in L.A. then, where I had surgical privileges. I shared my chiropractor with past twice governor of California and future U.S. President. In honor of this relationship I broke my rule (that I made after the departure from communist Czechoslovakia) to never become politically engaged anywhere and joined the Republican Party. I still keep many honors - in memory of President Reagan and his First Lady. He was the only U.S. President that I really liked.
I started to take FCT every 3 years when I was 47. My last treatment was combined with fetal brain cell transplantation on 12/12/2016.
The goal of medicine should be not only to find out why aging disease takes place, but also discover therapy to preserve the vitality of aging organism for as many years to come as possible, perhaps until the limit of our life, which is allegedly 120 years.
Vitality measures an ability of one’s organism to realize all vital functions in physical, mental and spiritual spheres. It is an optimal performance of capacities existing in an individual. The best time to start such treatment is at the age of 40.
6/Diabetes mellitus type 1 with complications:
Every patient with diabetes mellitus type 1, or juvenile diabetes mellitus, will – with a guarantee - develop complications typical for this disease over the next 10 years, such as diabetic retinopathy, the most common reason for blindness (in U.S.), diabetic nephropathy, leading cause of kidney failure, requiring hemo-dialysis and eventually kidney transplantation, diabetic poly-neuropathy, causing in 90% of such patients untreatable pain in lower extremities, diabetic lower extremity arterial disease, with gangrene of legs, requiring amputation, brittle diabetes in children, which is a very serious condition(!) of fast development of diabetic complications, complications of pregnancy in diabetics, such as fetal death, and female infertility. In all such patients BCRO FCT is the sole(!) treatment for such problems, that works uniformly well every time.
USSR was the first country in the world that discovered that human FCT is the sole treatment of complications of type 1 diabetes mellitus in late 1970’s, by Prof.Dr. Shumakov and his team at Research Institute of Transplantology and Artificial Organs of USSR Ministry of Health in Moscow, which led to the development of BCRO (animal) fetal cell transplantation in 1997.
In early 1993 our IIBM began to receive requests for FCT treatment from abroad. The first South Korean patient was a young music composer, author of anthem for Seoul Olympic Games, who suffered from a very advanced type 1 diabetes mellitus with serious complications. He was treated with FCT: he became insulin-independent(!), which means that he did not have to take any insulin for 5 months(!), and his health improved tremendously. He let to know about it the entire nation of South Koreans. Soon VIP’s of that country were coming in drones to Moscow for FCT.
In 2007 in Peoples’ Republic of China, after several visits to Shanghai, Guangzhou, Suchow, with all day long lectures about BCRO FCT, I was invited to Beijing by the famous four star general T.Y., that was the No.2 man behind Marshall Yap as No. 1, (Marshall Yap was the No. 5 in the hierarchy, after the Chairman Mao), of the team given the task - by the Politburo of the Communist Party of China - to take care of worst problem that country ever had, the coup of the first wife of Mao Ze Dong with “the gang of four”, which almost destroyed that country. General T.Y. was the one who found Mr. Deng Xiaoping in the concentration camp, where he was kept locked up by the “gang of four”, and was instrumental in installing him as a leader and “architect of new China”, as we know it today.
Subsequently General T.Y. decided to get involved in the organization of BCRO fetal cell transplantation project in China.
He suffered from advanced untreatable disease (I don’t have his permission to disclose his diagnosis). Before his FCT he requested a permission to get such treatment from the first secretary of Communist Party of China - in writing. Only after he was given such permission - in writing – I received a “green light” for his BCRO FCT. It was done in improvised operating room of five star hotel, big enough for about 50+ guests, invited by him to observe his BCRO FCT, with two TV cameras to record it. I was assisted by four senior surgical nurses. This was the first BCRO FCT I did in China. - After that all remaining patients were from the same group.
My private medical consultations in China were done usually in front of audience of up to 100 people. I was told that the visitors consisted mostly of family members. I did up to 10 consultations at the time, of different family members. Son of General T.Y., who lived in California, U.S. citizen, was my translator and keeper of patients’ medical records.
One problem I had was that only Chinese was spoken. In the rest of the countries - on all five continents - I was able to understand the patients partially, though enough, to be able to establish the usual “physician - patient relationship”: my translator could not cope with the volume of information so that I could not get into the real relationship (meeting of minds) with the patients as I was accustomed.
That was the first time in my life where I had the opportunity to get the first hand information about the life of ruling class.
The second patient was a four star general, who was until his retirement 2 years ago, the chief of secret service of China for 22 years. He spoke Russian too so that I could speak to him without a translator. Prior to taking this post he had to be found hidden in one of the concentration camps, courtesy of “gang of four” and their leader: wife of Mao. He suffered from the medical problem, which could not be helped by FCT, but he wanted to give it a try anyway. The next patient was his wife.
And there were many others from the ruling class of China.
I learned interesting facts about Mao Ze Dong and the Chinese history, modern and past, which I did not learn in school even though I lived until May 1, 1969, in the communist Czechoslovakia.
IIBM was invited in 1993 by Sansum Medical Research Foundation, Santa Barbara, California, for cooperation and a treatment of patients with incurable/untreatable diabetes mellitus with diabetic retinopathy and nephropathy, and with Los Gatos Hospital. In U.S.A. we treated altogether 55 patients. There was a wide publicity in Los Angeles Times of this. (Read my https::/bio-cellular-research.com, Chapter I: Definition and Basics, part 3: History, under the heading: Bio-Cellular Research Organization, – for details.)
Type 2 diabetes mellitus with diabetic complications(!) has been an indication for BCRO FCT, but the success is limited only(!) to cases of non-obese diabetics.
BCRO FCT has been a mandatory(!) treatment for children with ‘brittle diabetes’. It has to be done in a hurry, to prevent the much faster development of the usual diabetic complications. The pioneering work was done in USSR in 1980’s in Kiev.
7/ Other endocrine diseases:
Pituitary nanismus was the first disease successfully treated in 35 children by animal fetal cell transplantation, already 100 years ago, by Prof.Dr. Niehans.
Various forms of ‘hypothalamic syndromes’ have been treated successfully by FCT, such as Sheehan syndrome, anorexia neurosa, bulimia, morbid obesity, intractable diabetes insipidus.
Diseases of adrenal cortex, such as adreno-cortical insufficiency, Addison’s disease, exhaustion of adrenal cortex by over-treatment of variety of diseases by cortisone, excessive use of cortisone in treatment of variety of diseases, without real indication, all these require timely BCRO FCT treatment.
Male infertility is the cause of infertility of a couple in 50% of instances(!). There is a successful treatment of this condition, the entire protocol is based on BCRO FCT, that could be carried out in most modern infertility clinic.
A young ophthalmologist, that was made by Prof.Dr. Fedorov a liason between the world famous Fedorov Eye Institute in Moscow and IIBM, was infertile. He asked me to be the first male to be able to father a child, despite the total lack of sperm. Along with Infertility Center of IIBM’s minority partner, the huge Russian Center for Care of Mother and Child of RAMS, we developed the therapeutic method for male infertility. The young eye specialist was the first infertile male to have the son of his own. There were two more such lucky men in Moscow.
At IIBM we developed a technique, which could be used for infertile males. It required services of an infertility clinic. After a complete evaluation of the male patient the FCT was carried out. After a month the patient’s ejaculate must be collected every week for 4 weeks, and inspected for normal, mobile spermatozoa. If any are found, they have to be concentrated and saved by freezing. When a sufficient quantity of mobile spermatozoa is accumulated, an artificial insemination is carried out. These steps are repeated, if necessary.
As a male is usually not happy with the idea that the child of record would not be really his, before electing a sperm of the donor to be used for in-vitro-fertilization, a trial of above method is worthwhile.
Premature menopause has reached epidemic proportions in the modern world, full of young women that are overzealous in their competition with men, many with 36 known venereal diseases transmitted by unprotected sex.
One third of 170 such patients received hormonal therapy, which was unsuccessful, while the second third of patients got repeated (!) BCRO FCT treatment with dramatic improvement of all pertinent hormonal levels, and the last third received placebo only. Such therapeutic protocol was developed by International Institute of Biological Medicine in Moscow in 1993/4.
Untreatable endometriosis, and uterine myomas, can be successfully handled, without hysterectomy or more aggressive surgical procedures (in case of myomas), by BCRO FCT.
A 42 years old Chinese businesswoman wanted a first child, but was not getting pregnant. Her gynecologist found a huge myoma in her uterus, which most likely was the cause of her infertility. Then she heard from me, that BCRO FCT usually shrinks myomas. She received FCT, got pregnant soon thereafter, married the father of her baby and became a happy mother of little boy.
Intractable chronic prostatitis with impotence has been successfully treated with by fetal cell transplantation and demanded loudly by wives of Soviet Navy men, loudly complaining to commanding admiral of the fleet about sexual non-performance of their husbands.
Untreatable hypothyroidism, congenital goiter or athyreosis, have been successfully treated by BCRO FCT. These treatment protocols were devised by IIBM in Moscow.
8/ Immune system deficiencies are all incurable diseases.
BCRO fetal cell transplantation is the sole immuno-stimulant known to the modern medicine, that really works in every such instance(!).
The best proof is the treatment of pre-terminal or terminal AIDS patients, 6 – 8 weeks before death: it is their last chance to stay alive by getting the BCRO FCT treatment. Such patients, that look like a cadaver, and act like one, will (within 4 weeks after BCRO FCT) become normal human beings, that do not appear ill, move around like healthy people, speak well, working like nothing happened to them. It is an unbelievable turn of events. No physician ever, who has not seen such a patient, would believe that anything like that is possible! In 2007 the top professors of No.1 medical school in Abuja, capital of Nigeria, became instant believers in BCRO FCT, when they witnessed (with me) such change in terminal AIDS patients. This therapy was designed and introduced into medicine by my teacher, Prof.Dr. Franz Schmid, who chaired the two committees of German GesundheitAmt (like FDA), that supervised the cell therapy treatment in 1980’s in West Germany. (I have his typed instruction on how to use it for treatment of AIDS.)
Working conditions in Nigeria were exhausting because of heat, that my body was not accustomed to. The large catholic hospital in Enugu, (on the territory of former Biafra, a country destroyed in civil war), where our BCRO FCT patients were hospitalized, had air conditioning only in Operating Rooms tract, where I survived between the FCT treatments. Once, while I was so waiting, a man in civilian clothes tried to enter. Since no one was stopping him, I tried to play a security guard. A man spoke: “Doctor, don’t you remember me? You treated me here two months ago.” Whom I treated two months ago, I could not possibly know, since all those patients looked like dead then. All pre-terminal AIDS patients look the same, skin and bone, covered by skin infested with Kaposi sarcoma, immobile. Now in front of me stood this man, alive, normally looking human being. No one could think that he was sick with terminal AIDS just two months ago. He told me that he was back to work and living an active life(!)
From 2003 till 2009 we ran a BCRO FCT project in Nigeria, working with mostly patients of one of the three main tribes, that make up the most of people of this very populous country in Africa, the Ibo’s, who are all Catholics. (I had a private audience of the King of Ibo’s.)
I received a full support for our project from the lady, who was the chief of Nigerian “FDA”, and the Nigerian national hero: the Big Pharma almost succeeded to assassinate her for throwing all Western pharmaceutical companies out of country, when she caught them cheating. She was half bald, when the several bullets set her bushy hair on fire, but luckily did not harm her skull and thereby her brain.
Earlier in the day when we met in her office, in front of about 100 people from the Nigerian “FDA”, she declared me to be “her white brother”, whereupon I countered by calling her “my black sister”.
The tribal chief, a Ph.D. politologist, who was the President of our “Nigerian Society for FCT”, a big man, as Nigerians mostly are, praised me later for my accomplishment of winning her over and not being afraid of her: “We all are scared of her, because she is tough as nail. Even the President of Nigeria, (who ruled with an “iron fist”), the five star general, is speaking with her very politely. Yes, you are a brave man.” I was proposed to become the honorary tribal chief of Ibo’s. I still have the official dress of the tribal chief in my closet.
On that night, when the FDA chief announced to Nigerian nation our FCT project on national TV (at 21:00, when all TV stations had to go off the air), and explained to the public, why she decided to give it a blessing: “Because I do not know if I will not be the next one, who will need BCRO FCT treatment.”
Prior to that, in 1991 I met socially in Los Angeles No. 3 man of the hierarchy of U.S Baptist Church, as a professor of one of two black medical school U.S., in L.A. Two years later, I got a phone call in Moscow from a friend, asking me to treat the same man for terminal AIDS, combined with syphilis. When the patient arrived in Moscow, he was in moribund state, with advanced pneumonia, CD4+ was zero, as was CD4+/CD8+ ratio. IIBM FCT was done immediately after stabilization of patient’s general condition. All Russian big medical chiefs were very nervous, since our IIBM FCT project was just starting, and the patient was black, a very powerful clergyman, which was uncommon to see in Russia…
Four weeks later his IIBM FCT treatment the patient began a preaching tour throughout U.S. Baptist churches, openly admitting his past transgressions that caused his sickness. He declared that “God’s miracle” in Moscow saved his life and he will not sin anymore.
My Italian anesthesiologist, Enzo D.V., a close friend, who worked with me when I was teaching courses in plastic surgery in Naples, during years 1988 – 1992, a very best in his specialty, suddenly disappeared from the scene. I was told that he became fully disabled due to severe chronic weakness syndrome, which is incurable disease with no known treatment. He was so weak that he was unable to get out of bed in the morning. His marriage fell apart. He told me that he wants to come to Moscow. Our IIBM physicians first of all finally confirmed his diagnosis, using two very sophisticated immunological tests. He was the first patient with such diagnosis that I treated with IIBM FCT.
In 2 months he was back to work, feeling perfectly well. He re-married a real Italian beauty, himself being a very good looking Neapolitan - actor type, that he is to this day. We remained close friends all these years. I treated him with BCRO FCT later on - for aging disease, also his wife.
In February 2005 my wife went to the dentist in Southern California to take care of infected remnants of molar tooth, covered by a bridge. An incompetent dentist was unable to complete a dental extraction and – on the top of it – he did all this work without any antibiotic coverage. The next day an oral surgeon finished the extraction of the infected molar tooth.
In March 2005 my wife returned to Europe. Since the dental infection appeared to be cured, she received her pre-planned - as is customary to do every 3 years’ – BCRO FCT for revitalization and immuno-stimulation.
Two day later she developed a low-grade fever and very(!) excessive sweating, which lasted full two weeks. This was never seen reaction after FCT(!) An examination by an internist and cardiologist did not show anything unusual. Unfortunately blood culture was not done.
Two weeks later the follow-up examination by the cardiologist was negative.
A month later we travelled both to South Africa. Since my wife was well she accompanied me.
In June 2005 we visited a colleague-friend in Mexico and in the evening of our arrival my wife reported during dinner a sharp pain in upper abdomen. The next morning CT scan of abdomen in Tijuana, Mexico, showed a 7 x 5 cm liver abscess. My wife preferred that our close friend-surgeon at St.John’s Hospital in Santa Monica takes care of her: Prof.Dr. Decio R. scheduled an aspiration of liver abscess under CT scan the next day.
The following day St. John Hospital, which was my No. 1 hospital, while I was in private practice of head&neck surgery in Los Angeles, cancelled the emergency surgery of my wife, because of alleged problems with our international Lloyd’s of London medical insurance. A hospital infectious disease specialist prescribed for my wife a standard treatment for liver abscess consisting of two antibiotics. A July 4th weekend came up and my wife was not feeling well at all. On that evening the pain became unbearable and then suddenly came a relief.
The next morning my wife’s CT scan at St. John’s Hospital showed a ruptured liver abscess, with all contents of the abscess floating on the bottom of peritoneal cavity.
Aspiration of now empty liver abscess was done in a hurry – there was no longer any problem with our Lloyd’s of London medical insurance(!) The abscess cavity was empty by then, all infected fluid was flowing freely in the peritoneal cavity, as expected.
There was something very strange going on – to me and to Dr. Decio R., professor of surgery of UCLA Medical School, older than me, who was turning his head in disbelief: with the all pus of the liver abscess in the peritoneal cavity there should have been a very quickly developing “peritoneal shock”, indicating a super-acute peritonitis, followed by a death of a patient within a very short time!
The infectious disease specialist tried to make my wife to sign a consent for a 6 weeks’ long hospitalization to receive a daily huge dose of intravenous antibiotics combination as a treatment of choice - to cover up her’s and hospital’s medical malpractice. At that point my wife lost any remaining trust in St. John’s Hospital and their infectious disease specialist and walked out against medical advice!
My wife remained well, had no symptoms of any disease whatsoever. Three weeks later the ultrasound of her abdomen showed her liver to be perfectly normal, without any sign of abscess or any other liver abnormality. Dr. Decio R. told me: “Mike, you know something about this miraculous recovery from certain death, that you are not telling me about.” Yes, I knew the secret, but was not speaking… BCRO FCT done 5 months ago optimized the performance of my wife’s immune system, so that it could cope with the attack of overwhelming peritoneal infection, caused by the ruptured liver abscess! I could not find any data in the medical literature about a “miracle” - called BCRO FCT.
I had another witness besides Dr. Decio R.: there was a patient that received FCT for rejuvenation ot the same day as my wife, for the same indication of the stimulation of immune system function. It was my colleague from the same class of medical school, Dr. Jan B., a close friend, a retired chief of Department of OB/GYN, in Slovakia, still alive and well today.
A wife of a Southern California cardiologist Dr. Michael M. suffered for years from a most severe case of no longer treatable Lyme’s disease, with very advanced interstitial cystitis, that required 6x times a day treatment by urologist’s instillations of a narcotic into her urinary bladder to keep her pain under control. She became a psychiatric patient as a result of all of this. I had no prior experience of treating Lyme’s disease with BCRO FCT. She was the first patient that I saw with that diagnosis. She received BCRO FCT in 2009, which was spectacularly successful and turned the life for her and her loving husband from hell to paradise! It definitely saved their marriage.
9/ Autoimmune diseases are all untreatable/incurable. When cortisone fails to to work, only BCRO FCT can rescue the patient from certain death.
10/ Cancer treatment results could be substantially better if the Big Pharma would allow the modification of their standard therapeutic protocol by:
a/ replacement of the extensive aggressive surgery with resection of tumor with large margins of healthy tissue - by removal of only the necrotic center of the tumor(!),
b/ lowering dose of radiation to 3,000 cgy only,
c/ lowering the dose of chemotherapy to 20 – 30% of their standard required doses,
d/ acknowledging the similarity of immune system function in pregnancy and cancer(!), and allowing the use of BCRO FCT to modify immune system performance from that favoring the cancer to bringing the immune system function to that found typically in pregnancy: it is no secret that pregnancy prevents cancer(!), (cancer of any kind in pregnancy is extremely rare),
e/ including in the cancer treatment also the balancing of bio-energetic flows in the body by daily electromagnetic treatment of hypothalamus, the ‘master gland of the internal milieu of the body’, a contribution of the Chinese and Korean medicine to the cancer treatment.
Chronic lymphocytic leukemia, M. Hodgkin, Chronic myeloplastic leukemia in New York, were treated by FCT.
11/ Hematologic diseases, incurable, are successfully treated by BCRO FCT: sickle cell anemia, thalassemias, hemolytic anemias, porphyrias, hemochromatosis, genetic thrombo-embolic diseases, thrombocytopenic purpuras, as is documented in published reports(!).
12/ Diseases of central nervous system, 100% incurable/untreatable – with an exception of early Parkinson’s disease, temporarily treatable by L-Dopa – were successfully treated by IIBM, as a result of superb work of Prof.Dr. Saveliev and team of neurophysiologists from Russian Academy of Sciences, and of neurosurgeon Prof.Dr. Lebedev and his team from Sklifasovsky Institute of Emergency Medicine of Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, and our IIBM team, with me as a clinician and Dr. Alexander J. Anikin, a bright physician – scientist, devoting his complete dedication to the brain, in Moscow. This group of talented and dedicated people proved, that all patients with untreatable/incurable diseases of brain and spinal cord can be successfully treated by fetal brain cell transplantation.
Treatment of Parkinson’s disease in late 1980’s in Mexico City by neurosurgeon Dr.I.Madrazo, and his team, and then in Sweden, Germany and U.S.A., by neurotransplantation, was noted by us, particularly the fact that their therapeutic success was only in 3 % patients, although in animal experiments it reached 95%.
Experiments of Saveliev and his team began in 1990 with search for reasons of a failure of work done in Mexico, Sweden, Germany and U.S.A: by transplantation of brain cells between vertebrates and non-vertebrates, as well as between various species of mammals. It proved that survival of animal fetal brain cell transplants in the host’s human brain was three times longer than in transplantation of human fetal brain cells, particularly when animal fetal brain transplantation was between genetically discordant species rather than concordant ones.
A meticulous research taught Saveliev and his team, first of all, that primordial brain cells of various genetic mutants of Drosophila melanogaster were very useful in neuro-transplantation into the brain of various vertebrates, including all mammals. Their exceptional success stemmed from the fact that Drosophila survival in mammalian brain was 3 months(!) The mixture of human fetal brain cells from ventral mesencephalon and basal ganglia with primordial brain cells of the genetic mutants of Drosophila melanogaster, in weight ratio 50:1, or higher, was prepared in laboratory and then implanted under stereoscopic control into ventrolateral thalamic nuclei of patients with Parkinson’s disease. Three of the several operated patients’ case histories were described in a published report. After 12 months’ follow-up there was no recurrence of Parkinson’s disease and overall success was 95%.
The genetic mutants of Drosophila melanogaster served as a stimulants for implanted human fetal brain cells TO PROMOTE THEIR DIFFERENTIATION AND VASCULARIZATION and GROWTH OF THE HOST’S NEURONAL PROCESSES TOWARD DONOR BRAIN CELL TRANSPLANTS as well as STIMULATION OF CIRCULATION IN ADJACENT HOST’S BRAIN TISSUE.
One of the eight patients of this series died of unrelated myocardial infarction 8 months later, and a full autopsy of his brain was carried out, that showed the reason for the complete success of described combined xeno-allo-fetal cell transplantation as a treatment of Parkinson’s disease. It is published by Saveliev.
Next, our extensive experimental work on transplantation of animal fetal brain cells in Moscow led to a discovery of clinical effectiveness of their intrathecal implantation(!).
Then Saveliev and his team began search for reasons for major failure of work done in Mexico, Sweden, Germany and U.S.A.
The initial findings were:# in order to establish synaptic connection with host neurons, it is mandatory to transplant animal fetal brain cells with well known and pre-determined properties; we learned that human fetal brain cells were not the only cells to accomplish that goal - on the contrary, the animal fetal brain cells were much more suitable for such purpose;
- transplanted cells must be highly metabolically active, and here we learned, that human fetal brain cells alone cannot fulfill such requirement, other kinds of brain cells of non-human origin must be added;
- transplanted brain cells must be strongly genetically pre-set in their direction of differentiation.
The implanted brain cell transplants must be alive (with a guarantee) in order to be therapeutically effective. Without life, there can be no success with fetal brain cell transplantation treatment!
A lot of information was obtained from more than 100 hopeless patients in coma due to gunshot wounds of the brain. They all were treated by intrathecal implantation of fetal brain cell transplantation, and after their death, subjected to a detailed autopsy of the brain: nothing unusual was found, in particular there was no evidence of obstructive hydrocephalus, so that there was a complete patency of foramina Magendie and Luschkae.
For a comparison, in comatose patients with diseases of the brain the recovery after fetal brain cell transplantation was the usual outcome.
All this work was published, or reported at our First Symposium on Transplantation of Human Fetal Tissues: fundamental investigations and clinical practice, in December 4 – 7, 1995, in Moscow.
The initial published study of 14 patients, from 29 to 82 years of age, 4 with cerebro-vascular accidents, 4 with Parkinson’s disease, 2 with coma after clinical death for 18 days(both), one with toxic encephalopathy, 1 with vascular collapse, 1 with post-traumatic encephalopathy, 1 with Alzheimer’s disease, treated with intrathecal implantation of fetal brain cells, done in 1994-5.
The 14 patients reported on were hospitalized in Central Clinical Hospital- only for “nomenclatura”. Before this study started, there was two hour meeting with the director of the general hospital for 1500 patients, hidden in a forest of birch trees, where every detail was discussed by the 5 senior members of Department of Neurology and 2 doctors from IIBM – I was one of them. All patients had the highest security clearance, so no error was permitted.
First patient was a 29 years old mother of two, who 30 seconds after injection of Ampicillin developed anaphylactic shock. Resuscitation restored spontaneous breathing and improved cardiac function, but deep coma persisted. On 18th day of coma human fetal brain cell transplantation by lumbar puncture was done. 18 hours later a patient opened her eyes, recognized her mother, was answering questions in simple words. Left-sided hemiparesis, urinary and fecal incontinence and dementia persisted. Gradual improvement was noted. 10 weeks later 2nd intrathecal fetal brain cell transplantation was done. After two days a dramatic improvement was seen by everyone: athetoid movements of left hand and arm stopped, spasticity on the left side substantially diminished, improvement of speech, reading, writing, comprehension, gait, EEG, was observed.
Second patient, a 45 years old male, was undergoing uneventful surgery for retinal detachment, when a few minutes before the end a sudden bradycardia and blood pressure drop occurred. In recovery room the patient was in stupor, and akinesia with rigidity quickly developed. On 22nd day the patient was transferred to a psychiatric ward for rehabilitation of psychic functions. On 25th day an intrathecal transplantation of human fetal brain cells was done. Two days later a dramatic improvement took place: in particular of writing, drawing. Then 4 months later a 2nd intrathecal transplantation of fetal brain cells was done followed by a continuous improvement.
Third patient was a 65 years old female who with a recent cerebrovascular accident. Intrathecal transplantation of human fetal brain cells was carried out immediately. There was a dramatic improvement, so that rehabilitation could begin already 18 hours later. Only 2 days later hemiplegia improved to level of minor hemiparesis. On 8th day patient began to walk with walker.
Remaining 400+ patients with various untreatable neurological diseases were hospitalized in Navy Hospital in Kupavna, and treated by intrathecal implantation of human fetal brain cell transplantation in 1994 – 5. The report was read at the same above symposium. Overall there was an improvement in all(!) patients.
IIBM treated by FCT also many patients in Qatar, where we had a personal support of (now retired) Emir of Qatar and his wife.
IIBM’s success in Moscow in treatment of incurable diseases of central nervous system was further confirmed by myself, working alone from 1997 till 2016, in various countries of the world, also as my own physician. I got a stroke, which was nearly terminal(!), on August 22, 2016. Considering a state of my intellect I somehow managed to organize my own fetal brain cell transplantation on December 12, 2016: I wrote my own prescription for fetal brain cell transplants that were implanted in my brain by lumbar puncture, which was highly successful - in the opinion of my neurologists and everybody, who knew me well and meets me in person now. Today I can work again with my full(!) intellectual capacity.
Prior to my cerebro-vascular accident, in 1997 - 2016 I had phenomenal success in treatment of dementias, including stage 4 of Alzheimer’s disease, by BCRO fetal brain cells transplantation via intrathecal implantation (by lumbar puncture). IIBM began to investigate treatment of dementias by fetal brain cell transplantation with Alzheimer’s Institute of huge 15th Psychiatric Hospital in Moscow 1995, but we never got to treat actual patients with dementia with fetal brain cell transplantation.
On July 30, 2015, I did BCRO fetal brain cell transplantation (and FCT), at University Hospital of my Alma Mater in Bratislava, Slovakia, to my close friend, Dr. J.M., retired gynaecologist, fellow emigrant to U.S., two years before me, one of the members of Board of Directors of IIBM, for stage 4 of Alzheimer disease. He retired when he was 70 years old. He underwent - soon thereafter - 4 years long battle with cancer of colon with metastases. As a side effect of his cancer treatment, he got myocardial infarct with congestive heart failure and arrhythmia, and dementia.
Only 4 weeks after his FCT there was a dramatic improvement in level of vitality, depression and memory: when I met him 75 days after his departure (from Slovakia) in Los Angeles: he was happy, talkative, the way he was always known to me.
The treatment of incurable diseases of central nervous system has been the biggest success of our IIBM project in Moscow. We proved that the opinion of medical profession of the world that the diseases of central nervous system are untreatable and incurable – by definition – was and is wrong!
After basic research of Saveliev and his team, my further clinical research after my departure from Moscow was based on actual treatment of patients with advanced diseases of central nervous system with BCRO fetal brain cell transplantation all over the world.
I did a lot of intrathecal transplantations of fetal brain cells (originating from closed colony of rabbits) after my departure from Moscow in 1997. At the beginning most of the patients were from South Africa. This was a result of responding to SOS call from parents of a 19 years young man, who broke his neck after jumping in the swimming pool: he was completely paralyzed from head on down. I offered to treat a patient by fetal brain cell transplantation in South Africa, but the President Mbeki and ANC Minister of Health refused to give permission. Big media war was launched. With the cooperation of well known Rehabilitation Institute for Neurological Diseases in Bloemfontein, we treated in Germany 70 patients from South Africa, mostly with old injuries of spinal cord, but also of various diseases of brain. All these patients received the fetal brain cell transplantation by lumbar puncture. CT scan of all patients with injury of spinal cord showed a complete (!) transsection of spinal cord, and despite that in all but two, both over 50 years old, showed a significant improvement. Knowing the microscopic anatomy of spinal cord, such good results were totally un-explainable. One of those patients, a motorcycle rider, was able to race his motorcycle again. His erection came back as well.
All remaining male patients remained impotent, since the autonomous nervous system fibers responsible for control of sexual functions are located outside of spinal cord(!). No one knows how to treat the injuries of peripheral portion of autonomous nervous system as yet.
A 31 year old physician, the rugby star in South Africa, son of a “society physician” in Pretoria, suffered a fracture of cervical spine in a car accident. He was operated on by a professor of neurosurgery of Pretoria Medical School. In the recovery room a patient developed a massive embolization of right carotid artery. He was taken back to the Operating Room. While an attempt was made to remove emboli, a new embolization of the left carotid artery took place. Following all these mishaps, patient was left with a “locked-in-syndrome”, total paralysis of all muscles in his body, with the sole exception of extra-ocular muscles. His neurosurgeon told parents, that the patient will never breathe on his own, speak or swallow. An intensive rehabilitation in South Africa for 12 months followed.
When the patient arrived in Germany, his breathing was shallow, he could not clear his bronchial secretions, could not swallow at all, was able to say a word only by squeezing the air out his lungs. All muscles in his body were paralyzed.
Five days after fetal brain cell transplantation the patient was able to stand up with assistance, cough up his bronchial secretions, speak, swallow and move his hands(!) Two months later he began his horseback riding training and could maintain balance in the saddle on his own. His speech dramatically improved, as well as swallowing and breathing. His eyesight improved, as to extra-ocular muscles function and accommodation.
In another one month, in May 2005, there was a conference at the medical school in Pretoria, Alma Mater of the patient, in my honor. I gave a long lecture about fetal brain cell transplantation. The discussion afterward was chaired by the patient. He had to use some technical help to speak in the large auditorium, like Prof.Dr. Stephen Hawking, but his brain was functioning perfectly well.
A 46 years old male, a sportsman, from London, UK, in 1993 developed encephalitis, following which he lied in bed, motionless. No detailed diagnosis was ever made, no treatment offered. When he complained about lack of any therapy, he was sent to psychiatric ward, from where he was taken home by his wife, against medical advice. After metabolic preparation, in July 2002, in Kiel, Germany, he received BCRO intrathecal fetal brain transplantation. Three months later he was able to move with assistance and receive intensive physiotherapy program. One year later, he was able to walk a short distance and to do a self-care in a wheel-chair. In June 2004 the patient was walking without assistance. He gained weight. In October 2004, he became the father of a healthy boy.
After my departure from Moscow in 1997 I treated additional patients by fetal brain cell transplantation in Germany, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Austria, Italy, Peoples’ Republic of China, South Africa, India, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Turkey, Nigeria, Panama, Mexico, US, by myself, with following incurable/untreatable medical problems:
prolonged coma of various etiologies,, incurable/untreatable Parkinson’s disease and syndrome, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, neurodegenerative diseases, i.e. multiple sclerosis, Friedreich’s ataxia, neural muscular atrophies, Duchenne and Becker muscular dystrophies, myasthenia gravis, cerebrovascular accidents (stroke), etc.
My first post-stroke patient was an Austrian politician, a friend of my childhood female friend, a physician. A patient with diabetes mellitus and a hypertension had 6 months earlier survived a major stroke, with residual hemiplegia and expressive aphasia. He was depressed due to his disability and persistent pain due to spasticity. I treated him with BCRO implantation of 3 different fetal brain cell transplants from rabbits (from the closed colony). His hemiplegia improved 50% and speech 70%. I treated also - at the same time – his diabetes, hypertension by BCRO FCT (from the same rabbits). He was my first West European patient after leaving Moscow.
In 2007 I treated in Hong Kong a 91 years old man with Parkinson’s syndrome (the clinical picture of is the same as that of Parkinson’s disease, but the cause is arteriosclerosis of the Willis arterial circle at the base of the brain), dementia and depression. I treated him with the intrathecal fetal brain cells implantation, plus nine of BCRO FCT’s. In 2 months later, his son reported that 2 weeks ago his father told his valet to prepare his clothes, because he is going to casino at night (as that was his favored past time all of his adult life). There was no way to stop him. He spent most of the night in casino and he actually made some money! He was acting like 20 years younger. The fact that he dared to gamble and gambled successfully, was the best proof of success of his treatment, together with improvement of symptoms of Parkinson’s syndrome.
In 1988 I treated my medical school classmate, disabled by multiple sclerosis. She got the first attack of MS at the age of 26 right after her first pregnancy, as usually happens in women and in age of 33 she was totally disabled. Her FCT was done at the age of 56 when she was already terminal. She got better and wanted to live again to make her husband, a close friend of mine, happy. She died 20 years later in 2018. – In multiple sclerosis - under no circumstances - must not be fetal brain cells implanted in the brain!
Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease (in childhood) was successfully treated in Austria.
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis is untreatable disease, where death will ensue within a few years from the onset. I treated 4 patients from South Africa. First patient was a male, who was treated twice by intrathecal fetal brain cell transplantation and observed to be well for 3 years. Second patient was a male, who received such a treatment once and was well for 2 years. Third patient was a female and her ALS was progressing very fast. She was treated once the same way and her disease stopped for one year. - Fourth patient was a male and his disease progressed even faster than in No. 3. He was treated once, and his disease stopped for one year. – I did not have any further follow-up on all 4 patients.
Muscular dystrophies – 10 Duchenne and 2 Becker patients – were treated by IIBM in Moscow and one I treated in Indonesia by BCRO FCT. The Duchenne patients showed only a minor improvement, while those with Becker had good result. One patient with Duchenne in Indonesia was older than patients with Moscow and the result was only mediocre.
Successful treatment of apallic syndrome in 35 children less than 12 years old was accomplished by cell therapy by my teacher Prof.Dr. Franz Schmid, after the death of Prof.Dr. Paul Niehans the next king of zellentherapie.
From 1999 to my stroke in August 2016 I gave my usual all day long lectures – 9 hours long, (if also BCRO FCT+ fetal brain cell transplantations were done, you will see: also tx)
Singapore, also tx Malaysia – several, in 2006 – 9, mostly in Kuala Lumpur, including one at the 1st Medical School in KL, also tx, Peoples’ Republic of China, several in Peking and Shanghai, Suchow, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, and several in Hong-Kong and Macau, also tx, Taiwan in Taipei, also tx, South Korea: several in Seoul, India: many, several in Bangalore and Chenai, and in every big city in Southern India, and in Jaipur and Bombay, also tx, Indonesia: here I was 75 times, on islands of Java, Sumatra, Bali, with lectures in cities: Jakarta, Surabaya, Bandung, Semarang, Medan, Denpasar, including at University of Indonesia in Jakarta, and “Open Lecture in conjunction with 60th anniversary of Universitas Gadiah Mada” on December 2, 2009, also tx, Thailand: in Bangkok, several times, including being a keynote speaker at the 1st Congress of Thai Society of FCT, also tx, Philippines in Manila, also tx, Cambodia in Phnom Penh, by invitation of Minister of Health of Kingdom of Cambodia, Kuwait in Kuwait City, by invitation of Minister of Health of Kuwait Emirate, Kingdom of Jordan in Amman, Turkey, several in Gaziantep, also tx, and before that as our International Institute of Biological Medicine in Moscow in 1994 and 1985 to Dubai and Qatar
in Australia, twice in Perth, also tx,
in Africa: Nigeria, where for 6 years ran a project under Nigerian Society of Fetal Cell Transplantation, in “the land of Ibo’s”, one of the three main tribes of the country, all catholics, with protection of King of Ibo’s, also in capital Abuja, Lagos and Enugu, also tx, South Africa in Pretoria, at the Medical School of Pretoria, Egypt in Cairo, as an invited speaker at 3-day round table conference on fetal cell transplantation at the Middle East Center of World Health Organization,
in U.S.A. and Central America:
U.S.A, in Orlando, Florida, at ACIM conference, on November 5 – 6, 2015,
Mexico, in Mexico City, at conference of the Central Military Hospital, by special invitation, several times in Tijuana, also tx, Panama, in Panama City, also tx,
Romania, in Timisoara and at the Medical School of Arad, Italy, in Genoa and in Naples, at Naples Medical School, also tx, Germany, in Lenggriess, Sanatorium Dr. Block, also tx, Slovakia, on Diabetology days in Trenchin, 2001, (by invitation of Minister of Health), also tx, Czech Republic, several in Karlovy Vary, also tx, Austria, in Waldclinic, Bad Sauerbrunn, also tx, Switzerland, also tx, France, Anti-Aging conference, Paris, 2008, also tx, Belgium.
Republic of Georgia, in Tbilisi, where the medical profession was instantly very interested to start a project in BCRO FCT, likewise the Minister of Health, who approved it immediately, but by the time I left the country, he was already “sacked” by the President Sakashvili – his U.S. oligarch/boss did not approve it.
You could read the entire https://bio-cellular-research.com, but in particular you should be interested in chapter I: Definition and Basics, part 3. History - the heading: Bio-Cellular Research Organization (BCRO), where you would learn about everything, that is only summarized in this “Syllabus….”.
THESE 910 PAGES IS A VERY DIFFICULT READING EVEN FOR PHYSICIANS.
13/ Genetic disorders of connective tissue, incurable, that have been successfully treated by BCRO FCT, and reported: Marfan’s syndrome, osteogenesis imperfecta, achondroplasia, etc.
14/ Diseases of digestive system, incurable, that have been successfully treated by BCRO FCT, and reported: chronic pancreatitis, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, Hirschsprung’s disease, etc.
15/ Liver diseases, incurable, that have been treated with success by BCRO FCT, and reported: liver cirrhosis, chronic hepatitis, hepato-renal syndrome, etc.
16/ Genetic hyper-cholesterolemias, which represent 20% of patients with high cholesterol(!), for whom BCRO FCT has been the sole life prolonging treatment. These kinds of patients are very prone to heart attacks at very young age and for that reason should receive BCRO FCT before that happens!
17/ Kidney diseases, genetic, incurable, quite many, treatable solely by BCRO FCT.
Beware, that acute kidney failure cannot(!) be helped by fetal cell transplantation whatsoever and in chronic kidney failure it is too late(!) for BCRO FTC!
18/ Cardiovascular diseases: There is only one definitive treatment for untreatable diseases of conductive system of the heart: BCRO FCT transplantation, which regenerates the whole “conductive system of the heart”.
It was a last-ditch attempt for a treatment of my wife, a sportswoman, who in 1988, at the age of 48, still ran competitively 10 km race. She was diagnosed then with mitral valve prolapse by our close friend Prof.Dr. Ganz, co-designer of Swan-Ganz catheter, used all over the world, after she had three episodes of syncopy, passing out without any medical reason. Since no drug therapy helped I designed a new fetal cell transplant: “conductive system of the heart”, that solved my wife’s problem forever. This particular BCRO FCT was used thus far by me in 7 patients around the world, all beyond medical help, with 100% success rate. One of them is a retired general of Indonesian Army, twice the minister of Indonesian government.
Recommended treatment of acute myocardial infarction was developed in the medical schools in Paris, France and Dusseldorf and Hannover, Germany, and modified by E.M. Molnar M.D., and published in 2001 by Martin Dunitz, in London, UK.: Kipshidze and Sertuys(editors): Handbook of Cardiovascular Cell Transplantation. (It requires maintaining at all major cardiovascular centers in the world, that want to use it, a laboratory for continuous preparation of FCT’s, that are usually necessary for treatment.) These are implanted as soon as possible by the intra-coronary catheterization into re-opened, previously blocked branch of the coronary artery, and stent placement, immediately upon arrival to Emergency Room of the hospital. It will decrease the myocardial cell loss due to the myocardial infarction by 50% and thus will give the untreatable heart attack patients “a new lease on life”.
Fetal cell transplantation can be done also the usual way when the clinical situation after MI is not so urgent.
Also successful treatment of peripheral arterial disease and migraine by BCRO FCT was reported.
19/ Lung diseases: Successful treatment of intractable bronchial asthma in children, cystic fibrosis, senile lungs, emphysema, incl. that caused by alpha 1 antitrypsin deficit, pulmonary fibrosis, by BCRO FCT has been carried out and reported.
20/ Treatment of 3rd degree infected burns (due to antibiotics resistance), untreatable – common problem of every burn center in the world.
In Moscow Burn Center we treated a consecutive 35 patients, who were hospitalized for many weeks with infected 3rd degree burns: they could not receive skin grafts due to untreatable infection of the burned skin. Without exception, their recalcitrant skin infection was subdued in 2 days by IIBM fetal cell transplantation, followed then by uneventful full thickness skin grafting, and a discharge from hospital in 10 days. It was reported at 10th World Congress of Burn Surgery in Paris, France, in 1995, and subsequently at the All-India Congress of burn surgery in Jaipur.
21/ Treatment of non-healing wounds – post irradiation and others:
In 1993 after the big success with treatment of famous music composer, with type 1 diabetes mellitus, that became known over the entire South Korea, IIBM received a request from Marshall of South Korean Army, hero of Korean War, No. 1 man in the political hierarchy of that country. He had a diabetes mellitus type1 with chronic kidney failure, which required hemodialysis 3x a week, and an old non-healing frostbite of both feet. We discouraged him from coming to Moscow for treatment. Soon IIBM received a letter from Prime Minister of Russian Federation Mr. Tchernomyrdin, who scolded IIBM for turning down the Marshall and causing diplomatic trouble of major proportion between Russian Federation and South Korea. So the patient arrived in Moscow. His main medical problem – what we did not get from the letter – was the old frostbite of both feet that he suffered during Korean War, 30 years ago. The damage to his feet was getting gradually bigger, also due to repeated surgical attempts to close the non-healing wounds. Eventually the front halves of both feet were missing and the stumps of both feet turned into large open wounds, draining foul smelling secretions continuously. Twice a day he had to undergo cleansing and a change of dressing. He could not enjoy a simple walk in the garden. His hemodialysis 3 times a week was not helping the healing at all.
He received IIBM FCT without any problems.
Two months later we received another letter from Prime Minister of Russian Federation, this time full of praise. The Senior Marshall of South Korean Army was extremely happy with his FCT treatment in Moscow: both of his feet were completely healed! For the first time in 30 years he could walk outdoors in special shoes. His overall medical condition dramatically improved as well.
At the 1st symposium on transplantation of human fetal tissues in Moscow, December 4 – 7, 1995, a paper was presented about our FCT treatment of 3 patients of Russian Research Center of Biophysics of RAMS in Moscow suffering extensive soft tissue injuries, as a result of carrying on their bodies for a prolonged period of time containers with radioisotopes (in attempts to steal the same). According to all medical knowledge there was no hope for healing post-irradiation ulcers by any known therapy in such cases. All three(!) patients healed after IIBM fetal cell transplantation.
The same treatment was used for treatment of indolent (non-healing) ulcers after therapeutic irradiation at Research Center of Medical Radiology of RAMS in Obninsk. Every such patient responded to IIBM fetal cell transplantation by a complete healing.
In 1994 a new patient requested a private consultation by me. He was a former Deputy Director General of USSR Cosmic Program, next in line to Sergey Korolev, Director General of USSR Cosmic Program, responsible for all the activities related to USSR cosmic flights at Baikonur in Kazakhstan, the first and only base on Earth, from which all USSR/Russian flights to cosmos have been departing. He “pushed the button” for all launches, starting with the first flight in the world to the cosmic space of Yuri Gagarin in 1961, as well as the flight of first woman-cosmonaut Valentina Tereshkova in 1963. His pressing the button meant that everything was in order. He was the man, who accompanied Yuri Gagarin on this historic European tour, showing their smiling faces on photographs on front pages of all newspapers, etc.
In 1980 he was on launching pad, when the rocket with 3 cosmonauts aboard suddenly and unexpectedly exploded. The commanding general disappeared in flames, but Stanislav G. Gavrilov (his code name) survived, with his liver and lungs severely burned. But mostly it was intoxication with deadly toxins from the fumes of explosion that did the damage. He was quickly loaded on a plane and flown to the closest specialized hospital. He recovered, but his health was never perfect anymore, particularly his lungs.
He came to see me, curious what fetal cell transplantation could do for him. Frankly, I advised him that I had no idea, particularly because his injury was quite old and no one has ever treated a patient with such a problem using fetal cell transplantation. I treated him with IIBM fetal cell transplants twice, about 18 months apart, in 1994 and 1995. He was very satisfied with the result.
We became very close friends. I declared him my “Russian father”, because I was now his “Russian son”, since he had no children of his own. Whenever I came to Moscow (which was every other week, the whole year), I stayed with him and his wife in their apartment, located on territory of Joint Chiefs of Staff of Russian Army. He was transferred there, and promoted to a general, when his commuting between Moscow and Baikonur started to be too tiring for him. I was permitted to use his apartment, whenever I was in Moscow, even after he moved permanently south of Moscow.
Last research project of IIBM was officially an order of Russian Armed Forces: “The use of IIBM fetal cell transplantation for treatment of gun-shot wounds of lower extremities caused by new types of bullets in Chechnya War”. It was all due to his connections of my “Russian father” to the top bras of Russian Army. - He introduced me to many powerful people in Russia, particularly in military and from cosmic space industry. As he was getting older, he started to have breathing problems even in south of Russia. He moved finally to Crimea, then a part of Ukraine, where he found the cleanest air all year. He became Marshall of Ukrainian Army and Ataman of all Cossacks. His official military uniform weighed over 12 kg with all his medals. I was visiting him there in 2014.
This was the start of my fame in Russian Federation, which led 12 years later to my declaration as “The Father of Cell Transplantation in Russia”.
In 2008 one of my best friends, a classmate from medical school, a chief of hand surgery department at our Alma Mater medical school, asked me if BCRO FCT could do impossible. He had a patient, a 24 years old construction worker, who injured his left hand on the job and developed a deep infection, which was incurable/untreatable, not responding to any antibiotic and surgery. No bacteriological laboratory in Europe could identify the microbe that was causing the infection, except that it belonged to the Genus Mycobacterium. Eventually he had to amputate the entire left hand. Soon the forearm became infected by the same bacteria, and again no therapy could do anything about it. He had to amputate the entire forearm. Then the infection by the “muscle eating bacteria” spread into the upper arm and he had to amputate the entire upper arm at the level of shoulder joint. Further on, the infection spread into the muscles surrounding the shoulder blade. All those muscles were excised by him. Next, the infection spread into pectoralis muscles and he had to carry out the complete excision of those muscles. At this point my friend called me for help: “I am at the end of my wits. The next step will be that the intercostal muscles will get infected and fistula into the thoracic cavity will develop, and the abdominal wall muscles will be attacked, with another fistula into abdominal cavity, and the death becomes inevitable due to intra-thoracic and intra-abdominal infections.”
I treated the young man with BCRO FCT. The spread of infection stopped for 6 years and the patient was well.
Then in 2015 the infection by the same “muscle eating bacteria” showed up in the left lower leg. My friend did not take any chance and asked me to do FCT right away. I did. So far the situation is under control.
22/ Treatment of non-healing fractures and non-healing bone diseases:
In all patients with problem of non-healing bone, when an orthopaedic surgeon has “run out of solutions”, he would be well advised to look for consultation of an expert in fetal cell transplantation, unless his patient has an acute osteomyelitis, that requires aggressive antibiotic treatment first.
23/ Treatment of untreatable ophthalmological diseases:
The success of our cooperative study with Helmholtz Research Institute of Eye Diseases of RAMS on treatment of myopathies of extra-ocular muscles by IIBM FCT was reported on 1st Symposium on Transplantation of Human Fetal Tissues in Moscow, December 4 – 7, 1995, under the title “First experience with treatment of endocrine myopathies by cultures of human fetal myoblasts”. At the same research center also a treatment of post-irradiation eye perforation by FCT was carried out.
In Mexico the patient with retinitis pigmentosa was treated by BCRO FCT: the progress of the disease was stopped for the duration of follow-up.
24/ Treatment of psychoses:
FTC is useless for treatment of schizophrenias, although there was a report from Olomouc medical school in Czechoslovakia of 1985 by Prof.Dr. Nadvornicek about a successful break of completely unbreakable catatonia in 20 years’ old female nurse by FCT.
We treated a 18 years old male with untreatable manic-deppressive psychosis and uncontrollable drug habit, one of the triplets of the same sex, two sons completely normal, a son of my U.S. friends. One fetal brain cell transplantation was sufficient to cure both manic-deppressive psychosis and drug habit.
25/ Use of IIBM FCT for “dopping” of professional athletes:
A few days ago I found – by a pure accident – a letter that I sent to my very good Russian friend, a retired high-ranking officer of Soviet secret service, written on July 21, 2016, e.g. one month before my stroke. I completely forgot about it, which is not unusual – loss of memory after stroke is common, but amnesia extends also to matters that happened before the stroke.
In that letter I wrote that I just watched on TV news about the fight of Russian government with the International Olympic Committee about participation of Russian athletes at Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games, because of alleged “dopping”.
“Frankly, it does not make any sense. Someone is lying here.” I am copying my statement from a letter.
USSR Priorov Research Institute of Orthopaedics was one of those top medical centers in Moscow that IIBM cooperated with. One of their 10 departments was that of Sport Orthopaedics, with Prof.Dr. Mironov in charge. This colleague was also a member of USSR/Russian Olympics Committee. After a re-election of President Yeltsin to a second term in 1996, he became a Minister of Health in his “Moscow shadow government”.
At the requested meeting Prof.Dr. Mironov asked us of possibility of dopping by our method of FCT. There was no doubt in our mind that dopping by IIBM FCT – if successful – would be non-detectable by any means.
The reason for his request was a tragic situation: Russian gymnast, a overall champion of the world, suffered a major psychologic shock, which caused a complete loss of willpower to exercise, not to talk about competing. The reason was a major car accident of his beloved wife. He was not willing to move from her bedside.
I made a combination of FCT’s for the loving husband, for the first time in my life for this purpose. It worked like a dream. In several months he won the overall world championship again.
Subsequently the similar therapy was given to other athletes.
“As you know, due to the dangerous situation in Russian Federation, that turned into a colony of U.S.A., I left Russia in February 1997 for good,” – citation from my letter.
“You told me about the various illegal activities of the General Director of IIBM, Prof.Dr. Gennady Sukhikh, who became a rich man, along with Prof.Dr. Vladimir Kulakov, by selling IIBM know-how abroad, the preparation for which activity they began in 1993 – in U.S.A.” In 1993 Prof.Dr. Sukhikh was for the first time in U.S.A., as a result of invitation of IIBM by Sansum Medical Research Foundation, to California, and I introduced him to several U.S. friends of mine. So he found easily the necessary U.S. connections. (I was a U.S. citizen from 1974.)
“In view of just described facts, it is hard to understand why Russian Federation had to use for their athletes some out-dated method of dopping, so easily detectable, during Sochi Olympic Games.
U.S. (and other countries’) sportsmen apparently did not get caught, because they used our method of dopping by fetal cell transplantation, absolutely undetectable!
Perhaps you should launch an inquiry among your friends about these matters.”
Signed by me, (“the father of cell transplantation in Russia”).
Finally, I have to make a statement: “Without deep knowledge of human and veterinary embryology, cytology of human diseases (never taught in modern medical schools), detailed pathophysiology of human diseases, even availability of BCRO fetal precursor cell transplants is of minimal benefit for the patient with incurable/untreatable disease(s), especially of central nervous system. My fetal cell xeno-transplantation (xeno- means “of animal origin) is an individualized therapeutic method, i.e. each patient receives the necessary fetal cell transplants in accordance with the pathophysiology of his/her disease(s), as analyzed on a cytological level.”