But it is said that the pancreas cells which produce insulin are dead in case of Insulin-Dependent Diabetes Mellitus (IDDM). What do you think about this?
Who has given adequate scientific proof of this statement? Who has shown us that the insulin-producing pancreatic cells are really dead? It is all just a "pseudo-scientific" supposition as there are many others in medical sciences.
In fact, even more precise sciences, such as mathematics and physics are also based upon suppositions. We always suppose and say "If... " whenever solving a problem in these sciences. These sciences help us to solve many problems, yet many others are left unsolved due to their inexactitudes and suppositions. Medicine is even a more perfect science insofaras 'inexactitude' is concerned. Hence, from here all our mistakes and miseries.
The latest researches conducted by me over a period of 25 years show that insulin-producing pancreas cells are not all dead, but a good majority of them remains physiologically altered at various levels, and therefore, physiologically dormant too. With appropriate bio-stimulation, these altered and/or dormant pancreatic cells can be made to produce insulin once again.
Furthermore, the human body can be stimulated in such a way together with the pancreas so as to cause regeneration of new and physiologically competent insulin-producing pancreatic cells. These new cells take over the physiological load of endogenous insulin production and thus effectively fight DM.