The U.S. House of Representative’s Select Investigative Panel produced a final report on the sale of aborted baby parts by StemExpress and Planned Parenthood. Released on December 30, 2016 by the Energy & Commerce Committee the report goes into detailed forensic accounting of payments received for the sale of a long list of aborted baby parts and fetal tissue products used in medical research. The investigation was prompted by a series of undercover sting operations by a group called the Center for Medical Progress showing video evidence purportedly showing employees of Planned Parenthood and Stem Express discussing the sale of aborted baby body parts for profit. Sale of aborted baby parts, fetal tissues and fluids for medical research is not illegal in the United States under the National Institutes of Heath Revitalization Act of 1993 signed into law by then President Bill Clinton. The 1993 law does not allow for the sale of fetal tissues for the expressed purpose of making a profit, which is why the Justice Department is now investigating StemExpress, Planned Parenthood and other companies after the Congressional Judiciary Committee produced yet another report on this grisly subject entitled HUMAN FETAL TISSUE RESEARCH: CONTEXT AND CONTROVERSY
“Since 2010, three companies – Advanced Bioscience Resources, Inc.; StemExpress, LLC; and Novogenix Laboratories, LLC (Novogenix has since gone out of business) – have paid affiliates of Planned Parenthood Federation of America to acquire aborted fetuses, and then sold the fetal tissue to their respective customers at substantially higher prices than their documented costs.” HUMAN FETAL TISSUE RESEARCH: CONTEXT AND CONTROVERSY
“Alkahest’s mission is to enrich the health and vitality of humankind through transformative therapies that counterbalance the aging process.”
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In the past few years, however, a small number of labs have revived parabiosis, especially in the field of ageing research. By joining the circulatory system of an old mouse to that of a young mouse, scientists have produced some remarkable results. In the heart, brain, muscles and almost every other tissue examined, the blood of young mice seems to bring new life to ageing organs, making old mice stronger, smarter and healthier. It even makes their fur shinier. Now these labs have begun to identify the components of young blood that are responsible for these changes. And last September, a clinical trial in California became the first to start testing the benefits of young blood in older people with Alzheimer’s disease. Ageing Research: Blood to blood January 21, 2015 Journal Nature
Clive McCay, a biochemist and gerontologist at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, was the first to apply parabiosis to the study of ageing. In 1956, his team joined 69 pairs of rats, almost all of differing ages3. The linked rats included a 1.5-month-old paired with a 16-month-old — the equivalent of pairing a 5-year-old human with a 47-year-old. It was not a pretty experiment. Ageing Research: Blood to blood January 21, 2015 Journal Nature
Dr. Tony Wyss-Coray and Dr. Saul Villeda, in collaboration with Dr. Rando, subsequently reported that the old systemic environment negatively affects adult neurogenesis in brains of young heterochronic parabiont animals, and conversely, a young environment can increase neurogenesis in the old brain3. This led to the discovery that soluble factors – rather than cells – in old blood are responsible for the decrease in synaptic plasticity and impair learning and memory. They discovered certain protein factors3,4 that impair adult neurogenesis and cognition in mice. Other groups demonstrated rejuvenating effects in a wide range of tissues and organs in old heterochronic parabionts.
In 2014, Villeda, Wyss-Coray and colleagues advanced further to show that such effects could be achieved without permanently connecting circulatory systems thus opening up the potential for a translatable therapeutic route. They reported that plasma from young mice, repeatedly injected into old mice, can increase memory function by targeting classical molecular pathways known to be involved in cognition and stimulate morphological processes in the hippocampus5. Multiple aging factors or rejuvenating factors exist within plasma that originate from and target different tissues.
These recent scientific data support the existence of beneficial “rejuvenating” factors in young plasma and the presence of “age-promoting” factors in old plasma. Both classes of agents offer therapeutic opportunities for the treatment of cognitive dysfunction and other age-related diseases. Alkahest Website
Alkahest is a hypothetical universal solvent, having the power to dissolve every other substance, including gold. It was much sought after by alchemists for what they thought would be its invaluable medicinal qualities. Wikipedia
Immortality has been one of the goals of Alchemists, scientists and the elite through out history. Examples such as Robert Boyle. One of the founders of the Royal Society, founded in London in 1660. Whose main scientific interest was the ” The prolongation of life“. Through the use of transfusions of old blood with young blood.
Andreas Libavius a German Alchemist in 1615 advised connecting the circulatory system of an old and young man. Looking to transfer the Alkahest from the young to the old.
The hot and spirituous blood of the young man will pour into the old one as if it were from a fountain of youth, and all of his weakness will be dispelled
Andreas Libavius 16th Century Doctor and Alchemist