GENETIC ENGINEERING Cardiac surgeon Dhaniram Baruah launches four more volumes of his book “It was a Distant Dream: Now it is the Reality”
A ssam-based cardiac surgeon Dhaniram Baruah has just launched four more volumes of his book on genetic engineering, “It was a Distant Dream: Now it is the Reality” in New Delhi. The volumes six to nine of the series were launched by the Governor of Bihar, Debanand Konwar, and Shankaracharya Swami Adhoshyanand Devtirth Maharaj, at the Constitutional Club in the Capital.
Dr. Baruah's books, like “Baruah Syndrome,” “Pancreatic Cancer,” “Infertility” and “miRNA v/s Baruah siRNA” — launched some time ago in New Delhi, make up the series. The broad subject of his books is human genetic science. Guwahati-based Baruah has invented his own method of human genetic engineering and has named it Baruah siRNA. Explains the doctor, “Human genetic science was known to be science fiction and genetic engineering was an unknown subject for the treatment of incurable diseases.” His method is a little complicated to understand for common people, he admits, but believes that more and more people will understand his medical method gradually. “People don't understand my treatment and it will take some time to become popular. But the success rate of my treatment is hundred per cent,” he says. Dr. Baruah has explained in detail his various research workin his books. “I have provided the particulars of my experiments in the field of applied human genetic engineering, animal researches and case studies in the books.” He calls Baruah siRNA “a biological weapon that prevents diseases before the translation processes happen and stops transmitting them from generations to generations.” He adds, “Baruah siRNA selectively identifies, chases and knocks down the detrimental miRNA (microRNA) and corrects the mutated target genes. This process keeps repeating till it destroys the detrimental functions of gene completely.”
I have provided the particulars of my experiments in the field of applied human genetic engineering, animal researches and case studies in the books