The Theoretical Foundation of Medicine

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Thomas Nordström, PhD – Bromolla, Sweden

Series: New Developments in Medical Research
BISAC: MED000000; MED075000; MED106000
DOI: 10.52305/TWHO5119

It is difficult to find solutions for diseases such as cancer and neurodegenerative disease if we do not understand the most basic structures within the human body. Instead of such mechanisms as integrin, ATP synthase, homeostasis and the sodium-potassium pump, we need to find an alternative explanation when it comes to the organization of flows of masses in and between systems of the human body. Even the molecule of DNA requires a new interpretation. This new concept is TRANSFORMER, where there is interaction between the pathway, its infrastructure and the packages – they are woven and interconnected together. Packages enter the pathway in order, then by the infrastructure they are organized and transformed into a new shape; a new entity occurs, e.g. cells, organs, humans and the species.

The theory in this book presents an alternative understanding of the human body based on one principle by using the criterion of simplicity. It all starts with one fundamental postulate: Nothing exists in isolation; everything exists in relations. Also proposed in this book is a new method for finding drugs. We have seen how many factors can be the cause of Alzheimer´s Disease, so we have to create a manifold drug, i.e., a combination of integrin protein, kinesin, dynein and others.

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Table of Contents

Prologue

Acknowledgments

Introduction

Chapter 1 Postulates

Chapter 2 The Principle of Relations

Chapter 3 The Principle Applied to the Human Body

Chapter 4 DNA Transforms Masses

Chapter 5 The Lowest Common Denominator of Diseases

Chapter 6 The Scientific Illusion of Homeostasis

Chapter 7 How Mass Moves in the Human Body

Chapter 8 The Principle Applied to ATP Synthase and Sodium-Potassium Pump

Chapter 9 The Principle Applied to Inflammation and Its Diseases

Chapter 10 The Principle Applied to Cancer

Chapter 11 The Principle Applied to Testicular Cancer

Chapter 12 The Principle Applied to Alzheimer’s Disease

Chapter 13 The Principle Applied to Diseases of Kidney, Heart, ADHD, Mental Illness and the Human Conciousness

Chapter 14 A Medical Tool for Diagnosis and Treatment by Cell Transplants in Order to Restore Damaged Flows

Chapter 15 Two Different Theories Dealing with the Human Body Conclusion

Epilogue

Appendix I: Reality and the Paradigm of Relations

Appendix II: Concepts Understanding Reality, Its Transformations and Its Different Shapes

References

Index

About the Author


Author’s ORCID iD

Thomas Nordström, PhD0000-0003-1418-2004