Dr. Dipnarine Maharaj is the Founder and Medical Director of the Maharaj Institute of Immune Regenerative Medicine and its affiliates, the Stem Cell Cryobank and the Advanced Stem Cell Education Program (ASTEP).
Dr. Maharaj obtained his medical degree from the University of Glasgow Medical School, Scotland and completed his internship and residency in Internal Medicine and Haematology followed by specialist fellowship training in Haematology, Oncology and Bone Marrow Stem Cell Transplantation at the University's Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Scotland.
In this Episode, Mark and Dr Maharaj discuss:
- The history of stem cell transplants and how they began in the 60’s and 70’s and now form part of standard care.
- He explains how stem cells are the basis of the immune system and how the early research he did inspired him into immune regenerative medicine.
- How the treatment Mark received was as intensive as the radiation exposure casualties of Chernobyl experienced.
- The prognosis and mortality of a typical transplant recipient.
- How his approach is about minimising toxicity and maximising immune system recovery.
- How anyone can harvest their mature immune system and store them as insurance for future healthcare
- The three areas for immune regenerative medicine:
- Replacement – store your healthy stem cells as insurance for healthy adults
- Restoration – fix a damaged or broken immune system
- Reprogramming – for aging and immune senescence
- A discussion that the potential cure for cancer is about immune system regeneration and a whole person approach and keeping toxic burden to a low.
Study Published by Dr Maharaj on Mark’s treatment.
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