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 What Happens When a Patient Decides to Undergo BCRO Fetal Precursor Cell Transplantation

BCRO fetal precursor cell transplants 

  • of several different organs or tissues,

  • each placed in different syringe, 

  • are implanted at the same time 

  • via separate injections. 

A patient is fully awake, and the sole medication used during the procedure is a minute amount of a local anesthetic  to anesthetize the dermis at the point where implantation needle punctures the skin. 

There is but a minimal discomfort during and after the treatment.

With the exception of

  • neurotransplantation (i.e. treatment of brain damage as a result of severe head trauma,  spinal cord injuries, old or new, recent cerebrovascular accidents, etc.);

  • orthopaedic surgery (the repair of underdeveloped bone segments, some non-healing of bone fractures, etc.);

  • invasive heart procedures (treatment of recent myocardial infarction);

  • plastic and reconstructive surgery (the repair of contour deformities, or disfigurement after severe trauma, etc.),

that all need to be carried out in the properly equipped surgical hospital, by properly trained surgeons,

the majority of patients with other diseases can receive BCRO cell transplantations as an out-patient in minor operating room of a hospital or a clinic.

If we disregard the psychological factors, the fear of unknown, etc., BCRO cell transplantation is usually a simple procedure from patients viewpoint. 

The complicated part of this procedure takes place in the manufacturing laboratory where the BCRO fetal precursor cell transplants were prepared for an implantation.

Despite its simplicity, 'just injections', patient must be prepared for cell transplantation by getting the body into an optimum metabolic condition as much as the disease(s) that the patient is suffering from would permit. 

This is mandatory in order to receive a full benefit of BCRO fetal precursor cell transplantation 

All such preparation is carried out after the date for BCRO fetal precursor cell transplantation was set, and the manufacturing of cell transplants already begun. 

So, please

  • mark  down delivery date of your fetal precursor cell transplants, slow down your activities, and allow your physician to bring you into an optimum health condition,

  • eat light, home cooked meals, containing up to 60% fiber, for the last 3 4 days before treatment,

  • take high dose vitamin/mineral combination for at least a week,

  • include of some physical activity or exercise in your daily routine.

Besides that the patients body should be detoxified by

  • stopping intake of non-essential medications and recreational drugs for a week,

  • avoidance of toxins, such as alcohol, for 3 days, and if not quitting, then at least cutting back on smoking,

  • elimination of exposure to any form of electromagnetic energy for 3 days,

  • forcing fluids for 24 hours (if medically permissible), and

  • a coffee enema, that is mandatory 24 hours before cell transplantation in  case that the patient suffers from chronic constipation.

The idea is to prepare the body of the recipient patient so that the fetal cell transplants will be implanted into an environment as healthy as possible. 

Fetal cells are very young and very sensitive to any&all toxins.

Your BCRO fetal precursor cell transplants have to be implanted without delay, preferably on the day of delivery.

After the procedure allow the necessary time for the recovery (since patients generally feel fine after the cell transplantation, many recipients make the mistake of not resting for the required 10 days' period of time).

Some of the above pre-treatment  instructions apply to the first four weeks after the treatment as well, in particular the avoidance of toxins.

BCRO fetal precursor cell transplantation,  has been used successfully for 80+ years as treatment of many diseases
  • for which modern medicine has had no therapy (i.e. incurable), or
  • in which 'state-of-art' therapies stopped being effective (i.e. no longer treatable),

in documented over 5 millions of patients worldwide. Physicians can learn about it in a textbook by E. Michael Molnar, M.D.: Fetal Precursor Cell Transplantation, BCRO Fetal Precursor Cell Transplantation", published in 2014 by
On the same web site the general readership can find out all about it in the book by the same author: Treatment of Incurable and No Longer Treatable Diseases, published in January 2015, as well as in his autobiography: Diseases and Genocide are not Our Destiny. You can buy it as 'free reader download for PC' as well as Kindle Book.



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Updated: December 2018