Chimerism is a medical condition characterized by one organism;, from Wikipedia:….”A chimera (also spelled chimaera) is a single organism composed of genetically distinct cells. This can result in male and female organs, two different blood types, or subtle variations in form.[1] Animal chimeras are produced by the merger of multiple fertilized eggs. In plant chimeras, however, the distinct types of tissue may originate from the same zygote, and the difference is often due to mutation during ordinary cell division. Normally, chimerism is not visible on casual inspection; however, it has been detected in the course of proving parentage…”

Lorraine Moss of England talks about her theories of Chimerism, and how it affects her daughter, and its place in Western Medicine today. In this video, John Hewitt, a Medical writer, and John Bennett MD ask Lorraine a few questions about Chimerism and the issues surrounding it.


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