I am pleased to announce that I’m done with my non-fiction book on exosomes. Once I get the endorsements and finish the cover, it will be ready to launch Oct 27th. The book consists mainly of answering the questions: “What are exosomes?” “How is this a new paradigm?” and “What are the scientific and anecdotal data to suggest they can help heal us?”
It features about 184 pages, 46 full color illustrations, and 106 references. It will be available through Amazon as a print-on-demand title or as an E-Book.
I will also be offering personalized and signed copies on my website at www.rechargebiomedical.com (future link to follow to preorder your signed copy).
If you want to give the gift of knowledge and hope, this will be a great stocking stuffer for the holidays!
Here is a review of my book by Bob, the featured patient in this blog about Saint Thaddeus and leg neuropathy.
This is a picture of Bob with a 17 year gap in ages. Except for the legs, he is still very strong!
[Dr. Park’s book] is a peek into a future that has just arrived like a crying baby. It describes healing in a way only dreamed of 20 years ago. Now we wil
l witness the growth of this child as it gains knowledge, vocabulary, and strength and will soon become a thriving, trailblazing, and healing contributor to many human health conditions big and small. A couple decades ago the idea of regenerative medicine was just a hopeful wish. “What? Using our own bodies to repair, recreate systems, and heal ourselves outside of the lab? Pffft” These concepts seemed far from the possibility of the ordinary Joe. In most minds, these were futurist ideas confined to laboratory settings that most of us had no physical or financial access to. Like the auto show magnetic floating futuristic dream car that never will be ours. The future is here. Not only is it now and accessible, we can own it. I do.