Information Medicine

Information Medicine

The Revolutionary Cell-Reprogramming Discovery that Reverses Cancer and Degenerative Diseases

Ervin Laszlo, Pier Mario Biava, Deepak Chopra

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A look at the future of medicine based on cutting-edge stem cell research

• Shares Dr. Biava’s groundbreaking research on stem cell differentiation stage factors (SCDSFs) as a cellular “reprogramming” treatment for cancer and other degenerative diseases

• Explains how SCDSFs restore communication between cells and the epigenetic code, the information that programs the normal function and growth of every living cell

• Explores how the universe operates like a cosmic information-network and how this new scientific worldview will shape the future of healing and medicine

The universe is not a mechanical system of matter--it operates like a cosmic network that runs on and is connected by information. Information “in-forms” and underlies all of the physical world, including the human body. In this book, Pier Mario Biava, M.D., and Ervin Laszlo, Ph.D., show how this “information” worldview can be applied to healing and medicine and, specifically, how it underlies a revolutionary new approach to cancer and disease treatment, one that works directly with the epigenetic code--the information that programs the function and growth of every living cell.

The authors explain how tumor growth and cellular dysfunction are manifestations of disconnections in the information network of an organism. Unveiling Dr. Biava’s groundbreaking research on stem cell differentiation stage factors (SCDSFs), they explain how SCDSFs work directly as epigenetic regulators to reconnect aberrant cells to the body’s information network and reset them to their original function--in the case of cancer cells transforming them from malignant to benign, from dysfunction back to normalcy and health. Dr. Biava’s research on SCDSFs--derived from Zebrafish embryos, which have a very high percentage of proteins identical with those of human beings--has shown good success in reprogramming and inhibiting cancer cells in clinical trials with patients with advanced liver cancer, as well as success in in vitro studies with 7 different human tumor lines. SCDSFs have also shown promise in the treatment of chronic diseases such as psoriasis and neurodegenerative diseases. This research will also allow the development of new treatments for Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and multiple sclerosis.

Unveiling the holistic future of medicine, the authors show how we will no longer need to approach the treatment of cancer and other degenerative diseases as a “fight,” but as a restoration of our cells’ original programming. With the advent of Information Medicine, we now have the power to program ourselves to heal.


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Ervin Laszlo:
Ervin Laszlo is a philosopher and systems scientist. Twice nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, he has published more than 75 books and over 400 articles and research papers. The subject of the one-hour PBS special Life of a Modern-Day Genius, Laszlo is the founder and president of the international think tank the Club of Budapest and of the prestigious Laszlo Institute of New Paradigm Research. The winner of the 2017 Luxembourg Peace Prize, he lives in Tuscany. In 2019, Ervin Laszlo was cited as one of the "100 Most Spiritually Influential Living People in the World" according to Watkins Mind Body Spirit magazine.


Pier Mario Biava, M.D., has been studying the relationship between cancer and cell differentiation for more than 3 decades. The author of over 100 scientific publications and 6 books, he works at the Institute of Research and Treatment in Milan.


Ervin Laszlo, Ph.D., is a philosopher and systems scientist. He has published more than 75 books and over 400 articles and research papers. He lives in Tuscany. Pier Mario Biava, M.D., has been studying the relationship between cancer and cell differentiation for more than 3 decades. The author of over 100 scientific publications and 6 books, he works at the Institute of Research and Treatment in Milan.

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