… and ignored by traditional media
- At the 5th international Fascia Research Congress in Berlin, Carla Stecco presented the discovery of a new cell, vital for the mobility of every human being on the planet. This ought to make her a contender for the Nobel Prize in Physic or Physiology.
- These insights are presented in a short summary on Youtube, that got thousands of views the first couple of days, and which is now translated to German, Italian, Swedish, Portuguese, Japanese, Finnish and Polish.
- But the summary and these findings has so far been ignored by Swedish and international mainstream media and was today prohibited to be re-marketed on YouTube.
- The reason? It included a new perspective on common health issues like low back pain, obesity, diabetes and cancer.
What is Fascia Research about?
During the last decade, Fascia Research has helped us look at the human body in a completely new way, giving us new perspectives on wellness and new explanations to common symptoms and diseases like lower back pain, obesity, diabetes and even cancer.
Fascia is a network of connective tissue wrapped around every part of the body, and is since 2017 acknowledged as the biggest organ in the body, and perhaps the most important one.
These new insights has sparked an international movement of researchers, experts and manual therapists. At the 5th international Fascia Research Congress people where excited, including pathologist Neil Theise:
“It’s all the same human body, we just have different perspectives on it… this kind of work is starting to allow us to see where they meet. If that happens, you would be talking about global medicine and global health, rather than Western versus Eastern”
Why was the research summary restricted by YouTube
Swedish innovation company Atlasbalans has seen the benefits of this new paradigm for years and are now conducting a promising study treating frozen shoulder. To learn more and improve the study, 20 people from Atlasbalans attended the congress, including award winning journalist Niklas Hyland who interview a dozen experts and researchers.
With material enough for a documentary, Hyland and Atlasbalans produced a short summary of the congress that got a lot of attention in the Fascia community, including Dr Robert Schleip who praised the video and used his network to swiftly get subtitles in German, Polish, Portuguese, Japanese and Finnish.
But when Atlasbalans was about to use YouTube’s re-marketing functions to notify viewers of the new subtitles they were stopped.It turns out that Fascia research can’t be re-marketed on Youtube as it contains keywords like low back pain, obesity, diabetes and cancer.
YouTube insisted that it did not matter that the video is a summary of new research from a wellness perspective – it is still classified as “health condition-related services” for mentioning those specific keywords.
Meanwhile more than 1000 Swedish journalists has seen the video without any response.
In conclusion: It is hard to spread new research and ideas about health and well being when traditional media ignores it and new media restricts it
What do you think? Is this information worth writing about?
To discover the existence of a new cell, vital for the mobility of every human being on the planet, is remarkable. Some would also argue that this should be a fascinating story, especially with the upcoming Nobel Banquet in mind.
Do you think Stecco should be considered for the Nobel Prize? Why do you think so few journalists in traditional media are interested in Fascia Research?
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