Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Research Project

Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Research Study

Robbie Is Dying From An Incurable Disease. A New Research Treatment May Have The Answer. Please Contribute To This Important Project.

Just a few short years ago, Robbie was like every other active 6 year old—running, jumping, climbing—but today, he lays motionless, gasping for each precious breath, his frail body battling a life-threatening enemy within.


The merciless thief stealing his young life is Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. This cruel disease is devouring his once growing muscles turning them into puddles of useless fat cells.


Robbie’s parents watch helplessly, as their beloved child slips from their grasp. They are powerless to fight this life-consuming foe. Once their child was diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, all other personal issues became irrelevant. His Mother and Father hold their breathe, desperately seeking hope against all odds. It is every parent’s worst nightmare—to watch their desperately sick child’s last years of life in painful suffering.

A New Research Treatment May Be The Answer

Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy is the most common fatal genetic disease of children worldwide, affecting approximately 1 in every 3,000 births. It is a progressive genetic disease in which the degeneration of muscles leads to the inability to stand or walk, and ultimately to losing the ability to breathe. This genetic time bomb remains incurable and usually fatal by late teens.


Current research states that transgenerational inherited traumas from parents, grandparents, great-grandparents and beyond can be encoded into the psycho–biology of chronic, degenerative, life threatening conditions. These inherited trauma patterns are like ‘molecules of emotions’ that influence ‘switching’ genes on and off—converting imperceptible memories into apparent effects in the body.


Today’s clinical challenge is to transform traumatic ‘memory molecules’ into regenerative ‘messenger molecules’ through new treatment options that reverse degenerative genetic patterns.


Everyone’s personal timeline and ancestral genealogy is marked with cumulative traumatic events such as accidents, natural disasters, war, illnesses and so much more. Ever since the 1950’s, it has been well documented that the etiology of 90% of all diseases are the results of these negative stress factors. This is among the most important areas of research today—to determine how traumatic inherited memories are transformed into bio-chemistry.


The purpose of this pilot research project, The Effect of Transgenerational Traumas in the Psychobiology of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, is to contribute to the ever growing critical need for innovative treatment protocols for genetic diseases.


The art of medicine, using the tools of science, urgently needs to study disease patterns at the deeper and more comprehensive level of causation. Every quantum leap of expanded scientific research exposes new layers of Nature’s secrets—revealing the laws of healing. The result is powerful new breakthroughs in treatments—savings lives and restoring hope to once hopeless conditions.


Please download the full research grant proposal (PDF file): Project: Stepping-Up—The Effect of Transgenerational Traumas in the Psychobiology of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy—A Pilot Epigenetic Research Study, for additional details and information.


This is a new era of research, challenging the boundaries of how genes can activate healing—demonstrating that we are not passive victims of our genetic inheritances, but rather interactive participants.


Even though science has mapped the human genome, the current understanding of how our ancestral inherited traumatic memories affects our biochemistry still remains uncharted. Each innovate contribution reveals Nature’s previously hidden laws of healing.


This is an appeal to support an evidence–based research study evaluating a new treatment model that investigates the interactions of transgenerational traumatic memory imprints on the psychobiology of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.

A Heartfelt Call For Your Financial Support

Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy is a catastrophic heartbreak for families of all nationalities and ethnic backgrounds. This disease scourge has no boundaries and universally these young victims suffer agonizingly slow and progressively painful deterioration from the ravages of this disease.


This is a call to contribute to end the suffering of so many—now and in the future. You have the power to champion a new treatment for this disease, and to help save the lives of those with this terrifying disorder.


This is a heartfelt request for grant funding for Project: Stepping-Up—The Effect of Transgenerational Traumas in the Psychobiology of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. I personally appeal to your hero’s spirit in contributing to this potentially life-saving research study. Thank you for whatever financial contribution you are able to make, and together we can be heroes for the Robbie’s of the world.


Download Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Research Study (PDF)


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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Cheryl A. Malakoff Ph.D.

Cheryl A. Malakoff, Ph.D., has been a teacher, therapist and student of many classical therapeutic models and spiritual traditions for over forty-five years and has relentlessly pursued the most effective teaching and treatment methods to restore optimum wellbeing. In addition to being trained as a traditional Doctor of Psychology, she has extensive and advanced training in energy medicine methods and treatment systems. These include over thirty years of experience with the Transformation Lessons—a pioneering method of movement communication that activates and deepens special abilities inherent to the human-spiritual template, radiesthesia (remote/distance conveyances), meridian therapies (Emotional Freedom Technique) and kinesiology, as well as epigenetics and psychoneuroimunology (the study of the interaction between psychological processes and the nervous and immune systems of the human body).