sábado, 7 de abril de 2018

LYMPHEDEMA / LYMPHOEDEMA - DOCTOR KENNETH GERSHENGORN AND THE MAUREEN DIGAN CLINICAL CASE


Although science forecasts for the near future, great breakthroughs toward resolving lymphatic diseases, to this day no definitive treatment is known. Surprising is therefore, the following facts that once drew worldwide attention.

The event occurred on the 30th April 2000, when by mediation of Pope John Paul II, the Vatican canonized Blessed Faustina, recognizing in this way too, the supernatural cure of a person with Lymphedema. The case of the North American lady Maureen Digan, born with Primary lymphedema (Milroy Disease), was accepted after the recognition of 5 independent medical specialists, and several years of intense ecclesiastical research, as something inexplicable to science, and miraculous for the church.

The Vatican institutes stringent guidelines for what constitutes a miracle. A cure must be sudden, complete, lasting, and—most importantly—inexplicable by contemporary science. The Church privileges medical testimony, who scrutinize the evidence submitted conserning facts and dates. Very few alleged miracles make it past the “Consulta Medica,” as the body is called. In miracle tribunals, a cure is assumed natural until proven otherwise, a position arrived at through a lengthy process of elimination, which is centered on a forensic, even skeptical, approach to assertion, argument, and interpretation. When the tribunal thinks its work is complete, its members seal all documents in a ceremony and sends them to Rome. As to the ultimate cause of Mrs. Maureen Digan,s spontaneous regression of lymphedema, the judgment was unanimous: her cure was quick, complete, lasting and inexplicable to science. Her case was well evidenced, well proven, well documented, and well biopsied that she suffered an incurable disease.

In the following video we can see Maureen Digan telling her story and Doctor Kenneth Gershengorn speaking about the clinical case: 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_gxWVk8gzKA



For more information:

KENNETH GERSHENGORN, MD


THE VATICAN     

DOCUMENTARY: OCEAN OF MERCY

















NEW CAMPAIGN
 


For global awareness it is being asked that the 
WHO - WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION
name: 
"LYMPHEDEMA - AWARENESS & CURES"
as its World Health Day campaign 

  

  KATHY BATES
LYMPHEDEMA EMBASSADOR


SIGN THE PETITION HERE





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