If most diseases are caused by bacteria, fungi, viruses, worms, yeast, etc., yet
these same parasitic infestations can be destroyed by weak electric current, then
why is so much effort and money spent to control these organisms with drugs, radiation
and surgery … all of which, can cause dangerous side-
According to a 1978 Food and Drug Administration (FDA) report, 1.5 million people were hospitalized in the United States due to pharmaceutical side effects. Another report found that 100,000 people die each year in the United States as a result of pharmaceutical reactions. This may indicate what many doctors – and certainly the “malpractice” insurance companies – already know and why many are looking to alternatives.
It is a historical fact that Electro-
The Zapper is an outgrowth of this suppressed research. Other inventors have recently “rediscovered” that weak current destroys parasitic organisms. Rresearchers at the Albert Einstein School of Medicine, were attempting to patent (control public access to) this technology.
THE HOUSTON POST
March 20, 1991 – Section A-
Scientists say Electric Current may help fight AIDS
Reuters News Service New York – Doctors at a prestigious New York medical center are testing a new way to fight AIDS – using electrical energy to weaken the killer virus – and say their first results are encouraging.
Researchers William Lyman and Steven Kaali of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine
said Tuesday that initial laboratory tests have shown electrical current can weaken
the virus believed to cause acquired immune deficiency syndrome. The two men said
they plan to move to the next phase of the experiment in April using blood samples
from people with AIDS. If their tests are successful, the researchers hope it could
lead to a new way to treat AIDS patients, possibly involving a dialysis-
“What we have done is expose the AIDS virus in laboratory circumstances to electrical current and then incubated the virus with white blood cells susceptible to the virus. We found that the virus became much more ineffective,” Kaali, a specialist in the medical use of electrical current, said. He added that the use of electrical energy has no toxic side effects and that a similar technique has been used as a treatment for reducing Herpes.
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