June 19, 2004
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
EXTREMELY SMALL, SAFE AMOUNTS OF ELECTRICITY (A FEW THOUSANDTHS OF AN AMPERE) HAVE BEEN FOUND TO BE BEYOND THE TOLERANCE LEVEL OF PATHOGENIC LIFE FORMS; AND HAVE BEEN PROVEN TO KILL OR DEVITALIZE HIV, CANCER, HERPES, TUBERCULOSIS, HEPATITIS, COLDS, FLU, AND OTHER VIRUSES, FUNGI, PARASITES, AND BACTERIA IN BLOOD AND BODY FLUID RENDERING THEM INEFFECTIVE TO INFECT OR AFFECT NORMAL HEALTHY CELLS, WHILE MAINTAINING THE BIOLOGICAL USEFULNESS OF THE BLOOD AND OTHER BODY FLUIDS.
DOCTORS AT ALBERT EINSTEIN COLLEGE OF MEDICINE IN NEW YORK CITY HAVE PROVEN THAT MINUTE ELECTRICAL CURRENTS RENDER INEFFECTIVE ANY BACTERIUM, VIRUS, FUNGUS OR PARASITE WITHOUT HARM TO BLOOD OR BODY FLUID; THE DOCTORS REPORT THAT THE AMOUNT OF ELECTRICITY USED IS NO MORE THAN TWO THOUSANDTHS OF AN AMPERE; HOWEVER, THEY WILL NOT BE PREPARED TO TEST 'IN VIVO' (I.E. IN THE BODY) TECHNIQUES FOR SEVERAL YEARS.
INDEPENDENT SCIENTISTS AND RESEARCHERS HAVE PROVEN HOWEVER, THAT 'IN VIVO' -IN THE BODY- ELECTROMEDICAL TECHNIQUES ARE NOT ONLY SAFE FOR HUMANS, BUT WORK QUITE THOROUGHLY ON SYSTEMIC INFECTIONS WITHOUT INVASIVE SURGICAL IMPLANTS OR EXPENSIVE HOSPITAL CARE.
Several recent U.S. and international patent documents report that extremely small amounts of electricity are beyond the tolerance level of microbial life. These electrical forces have been proven to kill or devitalize bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites in blood and body fluids without adverse effect to normal healthy cells and/or the biological usefulness of the blood or body fluids.
U.S. patent 05188738 granted in 1993 and held by the Albert Einstein Medical Centre doctors mentioned above, describes an 'in vitro' (i.e. outside the body) apparatus for removing blood from one arm, electrifying it and returning it pathogen free to the other arm in a process similar to dialysis. The patent also describes a proposed 'in vivo' -in the body- technology as a surgically implanted, battery operated device similar to a heart pacemaker.
Dr. Steven Kaali, one of the patent holders claims their 'in vivo' -in the body- device will take years of testing before it is ready even though no harmful side effects or pathogenic mutation have been indicated. Critically-ill persons who have exhausted pharmaceutical therapies meanwhile fight for their lives without the knowledge that electromedical therapies exist and may very well help them.
Scientists, MD's and individual researchers working independently report that their 'in vivo' -in the body- techniques are completely safe and highly effective. However, the United States' Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued warnings that they would be prosecuted for making any beneficial claims about the technology.
The FDA and the American Medical Association (AMA) have put a strangle-hold on the efficacy and safety information gathered over recent years by numerous scientists, researchers and medical practitioners even though reportedly, AMAZING results have been achieved on humans with their 'in vivo' -in the body- techniques. The threat of jail and license suspension looms constantly over them as 'in vivo' human-testing has never been approved.
According to scientist Bob Beck D.Sc. who has his doctorate in science and who is responsible for designing two simple 'in vivo' blood electrification techniques, many HIV / Aids patients using his modalities have reached undetectable viral counts (as proven by Polymerase Chain Reaction -PCR-testing) at between 4-8 weeks of two hour per day therapy; still he says, he is constantly threatened by authorities. He is perhaps the most vocal critic of an alleged pharmaceutically-based conspiracy to cover up and discredit the electro-medical movement. Records indicate that in the 1930's the Flexnor Report declared the use of electricity in medicine quackery; conveniently ushering in the new antibiotic "wonder-drug" age. At the time, 10,000 medical practitioners in America alone, believed in and practiced electro-medicine. They were forced to stop or loose their licenses to practice.
In the Seattle Post-Intelligencer (a Hearst newspaper) article A Shocking Remedy written in 1993, the now principal investigator at Bastyr University Dr. Leanna Standish said "We're at a very exciting juncture in medical history, we're starting to look at the human organism as a bioelectric system, not just an anatomical structure. I think it's going to be some years before we know the full ramifications." Standish has her doctorate in Neuroscience.
Modern practitioners were convinced even in 1993 that electricity could be a vital force in curing disease. They sensed that futuristic sounding applications such as reversal of spinal-cord injuries and cures for cancer and aids could be achieved by a new understanding of the body's electrical circuitry. This is not "new age" thinking as records from the 1st Century A.D. described the use of electric eels to relieve pain and cure illness.
As recently as 1997, an Austrian Oncology Society conference 'Quantum Physics in Medicine, The Paradigm of the next Millennium' which was attended by German and Austrian cancer specialists, focused on the integration of bio-electric discoveries and conventional cancer therapies. The conference kicked off with a full introduction to the physics of electro-medicine and its benefits. The conference was a giant step forward in the integration of electro-medicine into conventional medicine.
What was around the corner at the time of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer article (1993), may be here today. One bio-electric web site claims "only time will tell if daily, long term (90-120 day) electro-medical combination therapy has killed HIV infections completely (in effect curing the patients completely) or if intermittent treatments will be necessary to keep the infections at undetectable levels in brain, blood, body fluid, bone marrow and tissues." The attitude among all electro-medical researchers is entirely positive, they claim that approved or not, they have seen a remarkably small rate of failure.
It is claimed by practitioners of electric-combination therapy, that even under the worst HIV scenarios, with viral counts over 1 million copies per ml and severe physical deterioration present, these synergistic therapies produce a sharp, nearly immediate drop in viral load with a corresponding rebound in immune system function.
Another proponent took the stance that should HIV remain hidden away in places that are unreachable by electro-magnetics (in this case powerful electro-magnetic pulsing), being HIV or Hepatitis positive, may in the long run be more of an annoyance than a life threatening disease. They went on to say that with periodic self treatments the viruses should remain undetectable. Theoretically they say, viral levels would be so low with the electric combination therapies, that the patients may very well be proven to be non-contagious, though still technically HIV or Hepatitis positive.
It is widely reported by practitioners, that certain electromedical therapies work quickly at greatly reducing the severity and frequency of herpes outbreaks; with some long-term chronic sufferers experiencing complete remission.
A common thread among all electro-medical practitioners is that the treatments are completely safe and appear to stimulate the immune system, thereby heightening immune response to all invaders. So do electrical treatments kill off the diseases directly allowing the immune system to revive, or does heightened immune system response kill off the invading organisms?..they say it appears a mixture of both, although apparently no one really knows for sure, as yet.
If in the end its found that electromedical therapies are proven superior over conventional pharmaceutically based therapies for microbial infections, we will certainly be headed for what can only be called a 'medical revolution'; one which understandably will not be well received by the pharmaceutical industry.
Two of the only books in print on the subject of electro-medicine are; The Cancer Cure That Worked: Fifty Years of Suppression: by Barry Lynes and Dr. Robert Becker's The Body Electric, they are both well written and researched. The first book by Lynes centers around the life of Raymond Rife and his electrical frequency "cure" for cancer. The therapy was tested thoroughly and successfully by the University of Southern California in the 1930's. The second, by Dr. Becker (he is a medical doctor in the U.S.) about the latest discoveries and use of electricity in medicine. Some of the uses like nerve, bone and limb regeneration, though sounding very futuristic, have actually been accomplished.
Scientists can beat disease; politicians simply choose not to.