Category Archives: Bioscience

Resurrection and Biotechnology

"“He is not here; He has risen,” — Matthew 28:6 As billions of Christians around the world are getting ready to celebrate the Easter festival and holiday, we take pause to appreciate the awe inspiring phenomena of resurrection. In religious and mythological contexts, in both Western and Eastern societies, well known and less common names…
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The ReAnima Project (Neuro-Reanimation)

"I have spent the last 30 years in various aspects of the biopharmaceutical industry, which for the most part has been a very rewarding experience. However, during this time period, having been immersed many different components of therapeutic development and commercialization, one thing has always bothered me: a wide array of promising research never makes…
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Is Death Reversible? Is it the right time to find out?

"Death is defined as the termination of all biological functions that sustain a living organism. Brain death, the complete and irreversible loss of brain function (including involuntary activity necessary to sustain life) as defined in the 1968 report of the Ad Hoc Committee of the Harvard Medical School, is the legal definition of human death…
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Interview on CNN en Español with Dr. Joel Osorio (Spanish)

Is science close to "reanimate" dead brains? So far there is no documented case of recovery of patients with brain death but US companies Revita Live Science and Bioquark work in 'ReAnima', a study that aims to regenerate the brains of clinically dead patients. *Interview in Spanish USA and India initiate a medical study that…
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