Omental Tissue is found around the Spinal chord, and contains useful healing materials (see http://www.healingtherapies.info/Omentum.htm and http://www.neurologyindia.com/vol50-1/FullArticles/cr-1.pdf ).
It has been reported that transferring a bit of the omental tissue to the affected part - so far, the brain (for epilepsy?) or the spinal chord (for a broken back) - can help healing. Not cure the ill, I note - but help healing.
This technique actually originated in India, but is as yet unknown in the USA or the West because no scientifically rigorous investigation has yet been done on the results of the surgery. But results have occurred, but have not yet passed the "anecdotal" stage.
1) An Adobe Acrobat file on Omental surgery
3) As a treatment for Alzheimer's Disease.
4) Brain And Spinal Cord Revascularization
5) An article has just been recommended to me about the problems of large-scale ageing
My own reply to this at the time, was...
It made a good point about pensions and
living until well past the centenary. Pensions arte basically a form
of life insurance, and will be blown to pot by a change - an extension - in life
expectancy. For a male in Britain this is currently 76 or 86, I
forget which. Pensions are paid for, now, largely by the
contributions of younger (wo)men as well as by the