After 10 years of research conducted in the United States and Lebanon, Lebanese researcher Lauren Marcel Greige reached advanced results in studying the role of stem cells and the regeneration of body organs. Lauren, who has a doctorate from the University of California, started her research from blood, genetics and cellular molecules, and was able to develop a very accurate observation technology, and put into action “a microscope capable of monitoring primitive stem cells by 500,000 times, more than any previous device.” This allowed her to learn how primitive cells divide, and discover “how cells determine their future fate? How do diseases emerge and develop?” Greg’s research reaches the stage of “securing human spare parts”, thus eliminating organ donation and immunosuppressive drugs. She explains that the ultimate goal of her research is to achieve this by “preserving the remains of damaged organs”, and then obtaining stem cells from them and treating humans “because there is nothing parallel to God’s creation”. The organs of the human body are able to repair themselves without the need for repeated surgeries. Greg considers that we are facing a “scientific revolution that depends on stem cells that remain silent and dormant inside living organisms and their organs”, and is based on a philosophy saying that these cells exist in nature. And then the human body will be able to renew its members. Greg goes back to 2007, and research by Japanese scientist Shinya Yama Naka (Nobel Prize winner), confirms that we can “get old fast and get younger quickly”. Research has proven that if we take a skin cell from a sixty-year-old human being, and expose it to 4 types of protein, then this cell will be able to return itself to the youth stage, to become an old cell similar to the “child cell”. In a related context, it asserts that its goal is to reconcile man with nature to live a better quality of life. The wave of optimism reaches the treatment of cancer patients in natural ways because “we have the same DNA in plants that self-manufacture antioxidants, inflammations and viruses.” Greg does not rely on the umbilical cord for her research because the cells in it are useful when exposed to disease in the early years of a child, but they are not able to revive stem cells when we grow up. The treatment of permanent youth begins with purifying the human body of toxins, and removing the heavy metals that leaked into the body. Greg explains that the body is covered at intervals with essential oils that are produced from plants, and depend on cleaning the body of the elements accumulated inside it. The Lebanese researcher repeats her advice to return to nature, because it removes toxins from the body and eliminates harmful viruses and bacteria. After this stage, the transition to a second stage is carried out through the resuscitation of the body’s organs, revealing the recovery of people with cancer and advanced gangrene infections and the abandonment of amputations, diabetes and other chronic diseases. After years of research, the young scientist returned to her homeland to establish her own laboratory, unlike a large number of researchers who leave Lebanon in search of opportunities, stressing that there is nothing similar to Lebanon’s weather and environment. Therefore, the import of genetically modified products must be stopped, because “eating processed foods leads to infections and diseases because they are different from the nature of the body.” It turns out that Greg’s treatment begins with a lifestyle change, and anointing the body with essential oils that have been condensed to contain 30 ml of 3,000 kilos of raw materials, because 6 points give the body 10,000 additional cells to interact with the DNA, and seep into the organs and bodies to be treated silently. She also drew attention to the importance of the psychological state of humans and the development and treatment of diseases. By resorting to quantum technology, it was proven that “awareness creates and affects matter.” Lauren Marcel Gregg works with clinicians to adapt treatments and drugs to new scientific directions, recommending molecular biology and stem cell science. It also advises Lebanese talents to conduct in-depth research and benefit from our scientific qualifications, because “Lebanon ranks fourth in the world in the field of scientific subjects.”

By sarah

Sarah Othman, biochemistry student, holds a master's degree 1 from the Lebanese University. Seeking to obtain a second degree in the field of informatics. She works in the media field at Rahal Global News. Interested in cultural, artistic and news matters. A teacher in a school, and a private teacher . Holding laboratory experience in a government hospital and in private laboratories.