Chewing Gum And Bubble Gum

October 7, 2008

Chewing Gum as a Transplant Rejection Remedy

One of the biggest fears for transplant patients is rejection after a successful surgery. It does not matter if it is a foreign object or a part from someone elses body; living flesh. Nevertheless, there is always a risk and the patient knows this and the doctors know there are also odds involved in any transplant surgery of any type.

It is for this reason that I believe we should develop an ionically charged chewing gum to help these transplant victims. It could also be used to cause bonding of certain electrolytes so they could not enter the body, which would subdue the immune system for transplants or prosthesis preventing rejection?

As the patient chews the gum it would slowly release the charged fluid into the saliva and into the stomach and therefore help. Consider if you will the fat-blocker principle, which prevents fat from entering the system, by binding with it in the stomach and thus it goes out without being digested properly.

People who are over weight love this, because they can eat their favorite sweets without all that entering their system and ending up expanding their bellies. This would be a similar strategy but it would take out the nutrients that the immune system might use to fight the transplant temporarily and then once the body was use to the new part you could switch to regular Peppermint Gum. Consider all this in 2006.

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