international researchers studying “near-death experiences” agree that near-death individuals retain broad memories of life after death.

“Not Hallucinations or Illusions”: Renowned Medical Research Team Confirms “Near-death” Experiences

A group of international researchers studying “near-death experiences” agree that people who have been brought back to life after their hearts stopped beating retain broad memories of life after death.

The Jerusalem Post reports the researchers published the first-ever peer-reviewed consensus statement examining accumulated scientific evidence about “near-death experiences” and laying out guidelines for further scientific study of them.

Led by Dr. Sam Parnia, M.D., Ph.D., and director of Critical Care and Resuscitation Research at NYU Grossman School of Medicine, the team studying the phenomenon included researchers with varied medical backgrounds from Harvard University, Baylor University, University of California Riverside, University of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University, Medical College of Wisconsin, and the universities of Southampton and London.

The statement of their agreement on the subject was published in the Annals of The New York Academy of Sciences.

The research team found human brain cells do not immediately die when the heart stops beating and a person has been declared dead.

“From a scientific perspective, death remains potentially reversible for as long as the underlying cellular processes have not reached biological irreversibility,” the study said.

Source: CBNNews, Steve Warren

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