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In todays medical world, organ transplantation has become a sort of routine feature. We are hearing of various types of transplants in human anatomy. 

Some important transplants that takes place somewhere in the world on daily basis are:

Heart transplant

Lung Trans plant

Liver transplant

Pancreas  transplant (Pancreatitis)

Cornea transplant

I understand that amongst them the pancreas transplants are less successful than others. I came across a case where a man had both Liver and Pancreas transplants at different times.

He has no problem with both these organs and is leading a normal life. But, he has one problem. He has to take about six to seven medication on daily basis. His pancreas was transplanted about twelve years ago.

He says that his insurance is inadequate and he has to spend a lot of his money buying medicines every month. Paying for anti-rejection medications are a financial burden on him.

I would like to ask some questions about homeopathy and transplants:

Can Homeopathy help to reduce or eliminate his medication requirements?

Can Homeopathy help in cases where the body is rejecting the donor organ?

What can he do to alter these problems?

What life style changes are required to improve the quality of his life?

One thing he dislikes doing is any sort of exercise, especially going to gym.

I suggest he explores yoga, meditation and some changes in his diet.


The point of writing this story is to know the different views that Homeopaths and conventional doctors may have to offer, especially in terms of the questions that were put by this man. 


Whole Organ Decellularization


New methods of providing donor organs may be the answer to rejection.


In late 2005, cardiac researcher Doris Taylor revived the dead. She rinsed rat hearts with detergent until the cells washed away and all that remained was a skeleton of tissue translucent as wax paper—a ghost heart, as Taylor calls it. She injected the scaffold with fresh heart cells from newborn rats. Then she waited.

What she witnessed four days later, once the cells had a chance to make themselves at home, was astonishing. "We could see these little areas that were beginning to beat," says Taylor, director of the University of Minnesota's Center for Cardiovascular Repair. "By eight days, we could see the whole heart beating. The first time that happened, it was like 'yes!' "

Diseases of the heart and arteries; their causes, nature, and treatment.

Includes valvular diseases, endocarditis, pericarditis, effects of rheumatic fever, cardiac hypertrophy, angina pectoris and their homeopathic treatment. With many cases reports.
This book reflects the author's in-depth analysis and understanding of the causes, nature and treatment of various heart and artery diseases. It simplifies the complex subject of cardiology making treatment easier and more successful for practitioners.

  • "The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched - they must be felt with the heart." ~ Helen Keller


  • Perhaps one day in the near future, scientists will provide transplants with less tendency for 'Rejection'. Ah! A heart filled with love.


The Treatment of Certain Heart Conditions

Douglas M. Borland


A small but reliable booklet on the treatment of heart problems of various kinds. Acute and chronic heart failure are discussed. Borland also offers information about angina and pseudo-angina.

- Acute Heart Failure
- Chronic Heart Failure
- Angina and Pseudoangina



Texas Heart Institute

Dr. Taylor, one of the world’s leading cell therapy and cardiac regeneration scientists, joined the THI in March 1, 2012, recruited with support from the Houston Endowment. She and her team are internationally renowned for their research on “whole organ decellularization,” in which they’ve demonstrated that they can remove the existing cells from hearts of laboratory animals, and even humans, to leave a framework for building new organs. By repopulating the framework with other human adult stem cells and giving it a blood supply, the heart regenerates, taking on the characteristics and functions of a revitalized beating heart.




Dr. Doris Taylor's groundbreaking working in decellularization and bio-artificial organs.




Ghost Heart In A Jar created 29 Oct 2013 by CounterCultureLabs at BioCurious in Sunnyvale, CA Time lapse video from 1pm to 10pm condensed to about four minutes.





They are also working on 3D printing human organs

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