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Changes in Heart Transplant Recipients that Parallel the Personalities of their Donors
Paul Pearsall, Ph.D.

The incidence of recipient awareness of changes in their memories and other aspects of their consciousness associated with their donor is unknown. Interviews with transplant recipients, recipient families and friends, and donor families and friends suggest that the effects of immunosuppresant drugs, physiological and psychological stress of the precipitating condition, treatment, and surgery, and statistical coincidence are likely insufficient to explain the documentation in 10 cases of 2 to 5 parallels per case between changes following surgery and the histories of the donor. This presentation outlines the theory and research on "cellular memory," energy cardiology and the possibility of "heart-to-heart connection across time and space.

Dr. Pearsall is a licensed clinical psychoneuroimmunologist. He earned his Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical and Educational Psychology at Wayne State University in 1968. Currently he is a Clinical Professor in the Department of Nursing at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. He also serves on several advisory boards at both the University of Hawaii and the University of Arizona. Dr. Pearsall is vastly published in medical and scientific journals as well as an author of 15 best-selling books.

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