Dr. Rongxiang Xu was an amazing man, a man whose work will immeasurably benefit mankind - and he choked to death. Read this, from the right panel:
Dr. Rongxiang Xu was born in China in February 1958. He loved medicine since he was a boy and was considered a barefoot doctor at 17; he was admitted to Qingdao Medical College in 1977. After graduation, he worked as a surgeon in Jinan Third People’s Hospital until 1986, when he resigned and went to Beijing, where he founded Guangming Chinese Medicine Burns Wounds and Ulcers Institute (predecessor of MEBO International Group), in 1987. He published “Clinical Application of Moist Exposure Therapy of Burn” in 1988, standing out in history, as the developer of Moist Exposed Burn Therapy. His inventions, the Moist Exposed Burn Therapy and Moist Exposed Burn Ointment, were recognized by the China National Scientific Committee, in 1987, as major scientific achievements, and were popularized, nationwide, by the China Ministry of Health in 1989. Moreover, his burn therapy treatments were recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO) as the most effective burn treatments available in 2002. Descriptions of the successes of the Moist Exposed Burn Therapy have been included in college textbooks in China and the United States. Additionally, in 1990, Dr. Xu verified that skin regeneration on burn wounds is attributed to embryonic tissue development; this scientific finding was the origin of his world-recognized study of organ regeneration. Following this important discovery, he founded the system of Human Body Regenerative Restoration Science, disclosed the discovery of human regenerative life science. During his lifetime, he was granted many awards from around the world. Among these were, The Sixth Humanitarian Award by American National Burn Victim Foundation and European Golden Biatec International Award, as reported honorably on Reuters News and on the large, digital screen in Manhattan’s Times Square. He is remembered as the author of several important books, notable among these were, “Burns Regenerative Medicine and Therapy” and “Human Body Regenerative Restoration Science.” These are on file in the American National Library of Medicine collection. He was granted 17 U.S. Patents, along with many more International Patents. Some of these include, “Potential Regenerative Cells” and “Physiological Tissue Repair and Functional Organ Regeneration by Cultivation of Regenerative Stem Cells In Vivo and In Situ.” Unfortunately, in April of 2015, he passed away at the age of 57.
In a fitting tribute to his remarkable accomplishments, his life’s work was recognized by U.S. President Barack H. Obama and former Presidents George H. W. Bush and Bill Clinton, as the discoverer, patentee and implementor of the scientific process of “developing drugs to regenerate damaged organs.” This was acknowledged in President Obama’s 2013 State of the Union message to Congress. In April of 2015, he passed away due to a sudden food choking at the age of 57. Since his passing, Dr. Rongxiang Xu is revered by a grateful public, worldwide, and recognized as the founding father of human organ regeneration.
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