Treatment of iatrogenic diseases by fetal precursor cell transplantation

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New practitioners of fetal precursor cell transplantation ask why so many patients receive the fetal precursor cell transplants of hypothalamus and adrenal cortex. The reason is a malfunction of hypothalamus – adrenal cortex – peripheral endocrine gland axis that is very common in patients living in the modern fast world due to two causes:

1/ modern medicine prescribes cortisone for very many diseases, during an excessive length of time, and chronic cortisone intake suppresses the function of the adrenal cortex;

2/ chronic stress triggers an excessive secretion of adrenaline and cortisol from the respective cells of adrenal medulla and cortex, and that brings on a state of chronic exhaustion of cortisol-producing cells of adrenal cortex.


In both situations fetal precursor cell transplantation treatment of the patient suffering either from chronic bronchial asthma treated by cortisone for 15 years, or from ‘manager syndrome’ for 10 years, must include a support of 'hypothalamus - adrenal cortex - peripheral endocrine gland axis' in order to get a good clinical result. Another example is secondary amenorrhea and infertility after the many years’ use of contraceptives, when it is necessary to-restart the functioning of the same 'axis of hypothalamus - adrenal cortex - ovary'. The regeneration of various neurons damaged by the use of various ‘home-made’ street drugs requires fetal precursor cell transplantation as well.