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Scientists from Stanford University Validate Pleomorphism or Cell Transformation and 30 Years of Pleomorphic Research of Dr. Robert O. Young

Pleomorphism is a scientific doctrine originally suggested by French medical doctor and researcher Dr. Antione BeChamp in the late 1800’s. He suggested that plant, animal and human cells will biologically transform into different cells depending on environmental factors. Such as a red blood cell would morph or transform into white blood cell or a white blood cell could morph or transform into a body cell such as a connective tissue cell. Dr. BeChamp also suggested that a body cell would transform into a bacterial cell or a yeast cell when there was a declining alkaline pH of the environment. In other words, the germ was born in us and from us out of a transforming blood or body cell.

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