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Russian scientists speed up human tissue regeneration with supermolecule

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posted on Aug, 7 2016 @ 01:31 AM

Russian scientists said they have artificially produced a unique molecule that can rapidly regenerate damaged human tissue, boasting both antibacterial and antiviral defenses, as well as stem cell growth stimulation.

The wound quickly heals, leaving almost no visible scar. And in case of a burns or frostbites a new fabric with reconstructed structure quickly forms above the affected area.

“The spray can be used to cure sore throat, stomatitis, rhinitis, both bacterial and viral,” as well as other illnesses

it’s a single agent, which is capable of replacing a whole group of medical products

in the future, it could solve the problem of viruses adapting to antibiotics

The molecule can also minimize the negative effect of radiation and be used to diagnose AIDS and other immune diseases


Russian scientists have developed a sort of medical super-molecule that seems to have almost unlimited potential for healing everything from viral infections to severe burns. Interestingly, it can even supposedly minimize the effects of radiation exposure.

posted on Aug, 7 2016 @ 02:07 AM
a reply to: trollz

I genuinely hope that this is true but without extensive independent testing and field trial's we will be unlikely to see it in the west any time soon, if it work's then it sound's like something from star trek's doctors hypo spray cures.
Next a medical tricorder please.

Let's hope big pharma do not snap it up to keep it off the market, they are making a fortune out of suffering and will not want this to see the light of day, likely they have already developed or bought up patent's for many similar cure's and are keeping them off the market for the same reason.

We probably only got to hear about this one because it is in Russia and with all those economic sanction's the big pharma players have probably found it harder to operate in Russia with the Russian's own pharma corp's hoping to steal a march on them and damage there market share, it may even force western pharma corp's to release some of the miracle cure's they are keeping off the market as a damage limitation exercise but it will definitely hurt there sales of expensive and inferior chemical's and pharmaceutical product's.

posted on Aug, 7 2016 @ 09:48 AM
Reading the article, it sounds like something north korea would claim.

"Get the turbo supreme. The commercial says it whitens your teeth while you drive." -Dillmom

Here's hoping it really is what they claim, though- I could use something like that around the house.


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