Dr. Keiichi Morishita -

Majoring in blood physiology, Dr. Morishita did his undergraduate work in Tokyo Medical University where he graduated in 1930. In 1935 he received his Doctor of Medicine Degree and was later appointed Assistant Professor of Physiology at the same university. In 1937 he taught at the Dental School of the University and in 1944 became Technical Chief for the Tokyo Red Cross Blood Center. Dr. Morishita is presently a member of the Physiology Association of Japan, president of the Life Sciences Association, and vice-president of the New Blood Association.


The findings of Dr. Morishita:

1) The role of our food changing into our blood cells and our blood cells into our body cells.
According to modern medical science, the main role of the red blood cell is considered to be the transfer of oxygen and carbon dioxide. In other words, a red blood cell carries oxygen to a cell and carries carbon dioxide back from the cell to the blood. However, in reality it is not so simple.
He discovered that in our body the digested food (which is organic matter) transforms itself into the simplest life (a red blood cell), and this simple life transforms to a higher stage of life a body cell.  The red blood cells are the pre-cell stage of our body cells produced from the food we intake.

2) The bone marrow is not the main organ producing blood.
The blood production normally happens in the villus of our intestines but by fasting the bone marrow changes into blood cells in order to maintain the needed number of the red blood cells. This is a compensatory blood production or reverse  transformation. Modern medical science has misunderstood this important phenomenon.
How did this error happened: In 1952 four physiologists, Drs. Donn, Cunningham, Sabin and Jordan performed a two-week starvation experiment using chickens and doves. They found that the red blood cells had been produced from the bone marrow. The modern theory of blood production in the bone marrow is the result of the misunderstanding of this  phenomenon. Modern medicine distinguishes between the red blood cells and the tissue (body) cell.

In reality, however, they are related to each other and can be transformed (one into the other) in both directions. This experiment is the basic proof of that theory.  When fasting the cells of the bone marrow, adipose tissue, muscular tissue, liver, etc. transform to red blood cells in a certain order. The process begins with the bone marrow. Therefore, in spite of what the four physiologists thought, this is not normal blood production. It is a compensatory blood production. The normal blood production is done by the intestine.


3) The roles of the intestine: According to modern medical science the roles of the intestine are digestion and absorption of foods. In reality the intestine does its job more dynamically.
The villus of the intestinal wall is like an amoeba. The digested foods go into the villus, not by simple physical process, but by a biological process. In this biological process, blood production takes place. In other words, the villus takes the digested food stuffs into its structure, assimilates and finally transforms them into the red blood cells. Furthermore, these red blood cells circulate throughout the body and transform themselves into the body cells (such as liver muscles, brain cells, etc.)


4) Cells increase in number, mainly by the new-formation of them from organic matter but not by the so-called mitotic cell division.
Modern medicine has never doubted the concept that cells grow by division.  This fixed concept is the inhibiting factor in the development of cancer research and treatment.
The occurrence of the cell division (mitosis) in a specimen of  body cancer is very difficult to recognize. However, it happens in vitro (test tube conditions). This will be explained as follows: In vitro the cell is endangered by insufficient nutrition. The cell then divides itself in order to increase its surface and efficiency of nitrification (ability to receive nutrients). In other words, cell division in vitro is a result of the cells adaptive ability.

Under physiological conditions, the cancer cell grows by the process of fusion and not by cell division. Professor Halpern, a member of the French Academy of Medicine, stunned the cancer researchers of the world by saying that cancer cells grow not by division but by fusion. His theory is close to ours. However, it will be more perfect if he will add the concept of transformation from red blood cell to cancer cell.

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