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Maybe historical vampires were just old people drinking blood lol

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Heck yeah. VLAD knew best!

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Stermcells can also cure aging, because it's original. If you can keep a copy of your stermcell since childhood and inject into yourself as adult, you can cure most of disease faster and reduce aging effect

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Great, yet another way for the rich to live longer. I swear, pretty soon we'll be living in the dark sci-fi universe that Vampire Hunter D takes place in.

If you've never read the manga or seen either animated film, it takes place in the far future, when earth is ruled by a few ageless and (nearly) deathless vampire lords...It's plutocracy taken to the utmost extreme.

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6 hours ago, FlyingAngel said:

Stermcells can also cure aging, because it's original. If you can keep a copy of your stermcell since childhood and inject into yourself as adult, you can cure most of disease faster and reduce aging effect

Source?

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2 hours ago, seanjo said:

Does anyone else find this a bit scary?

No, not really.

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18 hours ago, FlyingAngel said:

Stermcells can also cure aging, because it's original. If you can keep a copy of your stermcell since childhood and inject into yourself as adult, you can cure most of disease faster and reduce aging effect

No they can not. And no they don't cure any diseases.

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Just harvest the stem-cells from yourself at ages 7 through 10 with a dialysis machine and reverse the process at ages 40 through 44

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22 minutes ago, danydandan said:

No they can not. And no they don't cure any diseases.

This is common practice to cure Hodgkin's. My brother had it done.

https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/healthlibrary/conditions/hematology_and_blood_disorders/bone_marrow_transplantation_85,P00086 

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Just now, TripGun said:

This is common practice to cure Hodgkin's. My brother had it done.

I didn't think it was a cure, but a treatment. They are used treat, ie help with symptoms and or prevent an illness. Not to cure an illness. The use of them is very up for debate.

http://www.closerlookatstemcells.org/stem-cells-and-medicine/nine-things-to-know-about-stem-cell-treatments

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13 minutes ago, seanjo said:

So you don't get visions of young waifs and strays being kidnapped off the streets of India or elsewhere so their blood can be harvested for rich old folk?

So organ trafficking.

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Just now, seanjo said:

Yes!...you don't find that scary?

Sure it's murder, but this research isn't about murdering people.

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4 minutes ago, seanjo said:

Maybe not, but the results might lead to murder.

No different to anything else then.

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2 hours ago, seanjo said:

Maybe not, but the results might lead to murder.

People murder for money too, let's get rid of money first. The root of all evil.

2 hours ago, seanjo said:

Yes!...you don't find that scary?

Nope, solution to overpopulation problem.

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19 hours ago, FlyingAngel said:

People murder for money too, let's get rid of money first. The root of all evil.

The love of money is the root of all evil. ;) 

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22 hours ago, danydandan said:

I didn't think it was a cure, but a treatment. They are used treat, ie help with symptoms and or prevent an illness. Not to cure an illness. The use of them is very up for debate.

http://www.closerlookatstemcells.org/stem-cells-and-medicine/nine-things-to-know-about-stem-cell-treatments

Cured my brother so I misused the term. 

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20 minutes ago, TripGun said:

Cured my brother so I misused the term. 

By the way glad to hear your brother was cured. Should have been through first thing I said.

I had to have chemotherapy and radiotherapy for the cancer I had. Was told by the doctors that stemcell treatment is a 'pipe dream' it's just a treatment not a cure.

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On 9/10/2018 at 10:07 AM, seanjo said:

Does anyone else find this a bit scary?

No more scary than the scientists that want to inject H2S into your cells to arrest ageing.

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