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A girl left seriously ill when both her kidneys failed astounded medical experts by growing two new ones.
Angel Burton suffered from painful kidney infections from birth to the point where she required surgery at the age of five.
But surgeons were amazed to discover the little girl had four kidneys, with two new fully-formed organs sitting on top of her old ones.
It's all in the head people! You're own mind can heal anything, even AIDS and Cancer. This is well known n certain communities, but this is being kept secret, otherwise the pharmaceutical industries can't sell their poison anymore. The related link tells you how you can accomplish this yourself!
"Through the millennia, humanity has more or less consciously known that all diseases ultimately have a psychic origin and it became a "scientific" asset firmly anchored in the inheritance of universal knowledge; it is only modern medicine that has turned our animated beings into a bag full of chemical formulas."
This dogma prevents us from believing that we can recover from cancer; no matter how much we want to live, we are convinced that the doctor is right and this abnormal growth is killing us, unless we take chemotherapy
The mind is an important factor in illness, and my surgeon friend has commented that you can guess the recovery times of his surgery patients by their attitudes.
The crankier they are, the faster they recover, according to him.
A duplex kidney is one which is split into two separate units, each with its own ureter (ureteric duplication). Duplex kidneys can be present on one or both sides. Sometimes only one unit is functional; the ureter from the non-functioning unit may show gross vesicoureteric reflux (see separate entry). Another possibility is that a ureterocoele forms. This is a thin layer of tissue over the opening of the ureter that can obstruct it completely or, more commonly, allow urine out through a small hole in the tissue layer causing a balloon- like structure to appear in the bladder. Surgery is often required to allow free drainage of urine and to reduce obstruction to urine flow out of the ureter.