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Archive Project : Filming Rapid Wound Healing In Real Time

The Institute is currently  archiving the development and   application of advanced healing interventions that are demonstrating the efficacy  to achieve rapid-wound healing visible to the human eye in real time. 
The archive project will capture leading pioneers whose evidence-based research is  providing evidence that supports the efficacy of a mind-body-spirit approach to achieve tangible health benefits .  The footage captured in the Genesis Laboratory for Advanced Healing Research  consists of  never-before-seen  footage capturing rapid wound healing, in real time, shot by an award-winning medical cinematographer under the supervision of Board Certified Physicians. In addition the archive contains  eye-witness reactions from Physicians and Scientists as they offer expert commentary on the potential benefits  for the future of healthcare possible by integrating healing into healthcare.  The Institute’s archive of processes and testimony  from leading voices in integrative medicine  will be used as a teaching resource and  it is our hope that we will be able to include our footage to be aired to the public some day in the near future. The institute has engaged an emmy-nominated medical Cinematographer to to over see the filming of Rapid-Wound Healing. .   We invite you to support,  and assist  us in underwriting this important and unique archiving project.  educational film. GIVE NOW

Advance praise for The Institute's research and Dir. Farrrell's  pioneering  work in Rapid Wound Healing

"When this work comes out it is going to have huge ramifications for science and medicine." - John E. Mack, M.D.,   Professor, Harvard Medical School,  Pulitzer Prize Winning Author
"These people are at the cutting edge. This field is going to facilitate the development of the new medicine. " - Beverly Rubik, Ph.D., Biophysicist, Founding member  NIH: Office of Alternative Medicine.
“I decided that I would be my own guinea pig. I would see how it went so that I could refer patients if it seemed to be a modality that worked. And it does…What was unusual was  what he did, to watch my knee transform.”- Elizabeth Muss, M.D., Cardiologist
 "The evidence is there, all that is required  is a change in consciousness." - James S. Gordon, MD. Fmr Chair of the White House Commission on Complementary and Alternative Medicine. Founder of the Center for Mind Body Medicine.
“Director Farrell's work is at the frontiers of integrative medicine. If practitioners in the healing arts could learn to harness and direct their powers to accomplish what has heretofore seemed impossible…it will have profound effects on our approach to many aspects of medicine.” - Len Horovitz, M.D., Board certified in Internal and Pulmonary  
​“I continued to review  Farrell's  work and have been present  where participants in observational studies have had work done. These individuals had previously been cared for by physicians at some of the highest level institutions in the New York City area and were told there was nothing further that could be done for them. I have seen a dramatic improvement in both the physical and psychological state of participants." - Frank Salvatore, M.D., Board- Certified Urologist, Chair Medical Advisory Board ,GHI ,2006-2009
​ ​“[Director Farrell’s] inspirational work details… remarkable and well-documented cures of a variety of disorders. - C. Norman Shealy, M.D., Ph.D., President, The International Society for the Study of Subtle Energies and Energy
​​"Pay attention world, the paradigm of healing is about to take a major leap."  - Dr. Linda M McCarthy, Ph.D. 
"I think  Director Farrell is going to have a huge influence in the world...people for centuries have been saying there's another way, but he's doing it in a unique time, when science is beginning to recognize this, and people are open." - Theresa Hale, Director of The Hale Clinic, London, author of ‘The Hale Clinic Guide to Good Health'