History

Clean Blood-The Source of Health – Strength Magazine – August, 1925

On January 17, 1912, a man put a little sliver of flesh in a jar in a New York laboratory. Merely a section of connective tissue from the heart of an embryo chicken. Every forty-eight hours it is transferred into a fresh fluid. It has kept growing all these years. Under the microscope it is seen to pulsate. A short time ago Dr. P. Le Comte de Nouy, assistant to Dr. Alexis Carrel of the Rockefeller Institute, as he was sailing for Europe, remarked: “I am taking with me the secret Of eternal life. It is this: bathe and feed the cells every clay.”

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