Regenerative Biology – Cellular Combinatorial Biologics
Ira Pastor – CEO – Bioquark Inc. The biologic regulatory states of our cells, tissues, and organs represent the central control processes behind our health (as well as our unfortunate transition towards disease, degeneration, and aging). His work at Bioquark focuses on these critical biomedical issues.
Merging 21st-century knowledge of regenerative biology, evolutionary genomics, and bio-cybernetics, Bioquark’s core program focuses on developing a novel class of substances termed combinatorial biologics, which take a unique approach to reversing underlying disease, degeneration or aging processes, as opposed to only affecting the symptoms of such conditions.
His Brief Bio:
“Over 30 years of experience across multiple sectors of the pharmaceutical industry including pharmaceutical commercialization, biotech drug development, managed care, distribution, OTC, and retail; Served as VP, Business Development for drug development company Phytomedics Inc., raising $40 million of private equity, consummating over $50 million of licensing deals, and bringing lead drug candidate from discovery stage to Phase III development; Prior to that, employed by SmithKline Beecham Pharmaceuticals working in sales, marketing, and business strategy positions.”
His Perspective & Background
“We currently live on a planet with other organisms that from a health and wellness perspective, are much further advanced than human beings.
Many lower organisms can replace lost or damaged organs and tissues that are identical in structure and function to the original, effortlessly regenerating a wide variety of living tissues, including spinal cords, limbs, hearts, eyes, and even parts of their brains.
Similarly, many of these same species possess fascinating skills for repairing and reversing the cellular and genetic damage. Cancer, as an example, is found to be extremely rare in species displaying an efficient regenerative mechanism, even under the action of potent carcinogens. In many cases, when cancer does occur, tumors have been found to remodel and integrate into their surroundings spontaneously, as healthy tissue.
Some of these organisms can age, and then return to a youthful state later on in life. Some can even die and be reborn.”
Join us the hear about the varieties of compelling searches for new healing options.
Forward This Audio Message Link To a Friend
Thanks, Mr. Pastor, for joining us here at CBJ to review these useful insights for our evolution toward more comprehensive, more targeted, biomedical psychiatry.
Have some feedback you’d like to share? Leave a note in the comment section below. If you enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post.
Also, please leave an honest review for the CoreBrain Journal Podcast on iTunes. Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and much appreciated. Reviews do matter in the rankings of the show, and I read each one of them. Be counted.
If this post with these several references is helpful, please take a moment to pass it on.
In closing, if you have any questions, drop a comment on any posting here at CBJ, and I’ll get back to you. This discerning show of world-class experts is here for you, your families, and your clients – to tighten our collective dialogue for more precise answers.
And finally, don’t forget to subscribe to the show on iTunes to get automatic updates, or if you’re on an Android Device subscribe for timely updates at Google Play. Yes, these extraordinary experts with hundreds of years of combined experience are free.
Our Next CoreBrain Journal Episode
212 Beth Battinelli Ph.D. reports on her exciting experiences with prison inmates who have no idea of their brain reality regarding the underlying executive function challenges that led them to poor judgment, impulsivity and breaking the rules. In this CBJ/212 Episode, she talks about a program she is working on The ADHD Project.
Her mission for the ADHD Project is to increase ADHD awareness, understanding and recovery for inmates in corrections. It’s an educational program that starts with primary brain science education for incarcerated individuals, and by using existing online resources, it is a program to continue upon the individual’s release, for example, CoreBrain Journal’s Neuroscience Clubs.
She also wants also to start or join a conversation about paradoxical reactions to pharmaceuticals for those incarcerated. The current news about the opioid crisis directly connects to both of these topics. Forewarned is likely to reduce recidivism in this vulnerable, underserved population.