interview starts 33:25
Ira Pastor joins us to chat about Bioquark, the technology and research into regenerative cell therapy and new substances called combinatorial biologics.
The focus is on fixing the problems at the cellular level as apposed to masking the symptoms. Ira has been in the pharmaceutical industry for 30 plus years. We chat about his interest in Sci fi and comic books as well as tapping into living organisms to study how they regenerate. They are starting with 3 targets?. the kidneys, oncology, and the essential nervous system.
We also chat about how many species are way ahead of humans in these terms, combating the modern lifestyle, micro rna, synthetic biology, electroceuticals, stem cells, various research and biomedical literature, the difference between cultures and countries accepting this type of work, FDA research, and of course much more.
In the intro we talk about ways to support the show, Graham reads the UFO quote from Darren’s favorite website. They share some listener feedback through emails and social media. See the links below for stuff we chatted about during the show and the intro:
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