Discoveries that made Pakistan stand tall

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Staff Reporter

Over 687-796 million unborn or new born babies could be saved from lifelong multiple disabilities now, as a scientific study has discovered the factors behind such a large-scale disabilities among the upcoming generations.

Doesn’t it sound great?
Yes, of course, it is, especially when it transpires that the cutting-edge research has been conducted by a Pakistani arch-researcher, Prof. Dr. Aurangzeb Hafi, and duly validated by a Britain-based international organisation after a long, competitive and transparent process.

The Impact Hallmarks© [IH] announced its domino effect verdict on January 28, 2021, declaring the scientific study, IRT Model of Embryonic Iatrogenesis, one of the most impactful research works of the last two decades.

Prof Hafi’s research revealed enough-provable linkage and incontestable ‘causal relationships’ between certain medications and multiple forms of disabilities among newly born as well as unborn babies.

Prof Aurangzeb Al Hafi says that despite huge developments in ‘medical measures’ like vaccine-inoculations, and their massive encroachments, the past 45 years have witnessed an enormous rise in complexities of pre-birth as well as post-birth disabilities.

He told a new agency that most of the prevalent drug-formulations are predominantly based on complex chemical-compositions, which, essentially, do pose serious threats to the physio-chemical synchrony of fetal tissues – thus, eventually leaving the baby on severe vulnerabilities of life-long disabilities – both, structural as well as functional.

Not only are these embryonically ‘non-compatible’ hefty drug-formulations hard to be absorbed by the fetal tissues, but also their chemical structures remain intransigently tough enough to be broken down and processed by the fetal cells in the same time-frame and interval-break-intermissions, as those of the mother’s body-cells.

The other world scientific discoveries, shortlisted by the Impact Hallmarks were ‘Boson’ by François Englert and Peter Higgs (Belgium & UK); and ‘Neutrino Oscillation’ by TakaakiKajitaand Arthur B. McDonald (Japan & Canada).

While famous humanitarian of Pakistan, BilquisEdhi, was declared the ‘Person of the Decade’, along with human rights rapporteur of the UN Prof.

Yanghee Lee and the US ethicist Stephen Soldz, Prof. Aurangzeb Al Hafi was listed among “Top of the Top Ten” over his scientific discoveries.

According to the ‘Preamble Note’ of the Impact Hallmarks© [https://impacthallmarks.org], the finalists were shortlisted out of over 1.6 million notables with diverse backgrounds and from over 190 countries.

The international organisation, that conducted the process, listed Prof.

Hafi, an erudite, a polymath and a discoverer, on the sixth position among the most impactful persons of the world.

Lt. Col. (R) Azhar Saleem, senior coordinating officer at the SAARC-ASEAN Post-Doctoral Academia, told a new agency that Prof Hafi’s other scientific studies are equally important with great impact value for the human beings.

In 2004, when the Magneto Sectorial Model of Prof.

Hafi was made public for the first time, the Pakistani researcher was unofficially offered British citizenship, along with over two million pounds sterling for providing the original manuscript of his magneto-sectorial model, he says.