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Bio Resonant Frequencies

C3PO1
C3PO1
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HI, I was just watching a video on Ted about resonance frequencies that are used to treat cancer and even talk about Leukemia, by doing a more thorough search I see that Dr Royal Raymond Rife had already advanced in this field, some of you have More information about this technique? , I leave a link to the Ted video

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VaCooper63-NY-USA

Fascinating - may it work! Do you have a date for this?

Virginia

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MN1999

Very interesting! Thanks for sharing this.

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bhayes84

Interesting. I wish he'd said how deep this frequency could penetrate into tissues (the higher the frequency the shorter the depth) and whether they plan tests in animals.

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81ue

very interesting and you can youtube a video " 100000 Hz || 100 kHz Sine Wave Sound "

would that work? I hear nothing.

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Woodsy88

Even though rife therapy was invented nearly 100 years ago it seems to be still an emerging therapy. The basis seems logical. The frequencies seem to disrupt and kill whatever you target. We have just purchased our first rife machine and we are getting a scientist to set it up this week. It is highly scientific and complicated but a have a lot of faith that it will be effective. I will try to update as many people as I can as to our progress. I always ask “if it is effective then why aren’t doctors using it ?” My answer to that might be that why would medical institutions put a million dollars worth of research into something you can buy from the internet for 300 bucks ! What is in it for them - bankruptcy - it costs so much to run these places and these machines will not provide the revenue. I am sure I will report back soon with great news.

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Geom2000
Geom2000
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"My answer to that might be that why would medical institutions put a million dollars worth of research into something you can buy from the internet for 300 bucks "I agree with you 100% , theycan obtain much more money with treatments that should last years than a real solution that cure!

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AussieNeil
AussieNeilAdministrator
in reply to Woodsy88

You should be able to prove this works to lower you lymphocyte count by having blood tests prior to and a few days after a therapy session. However, even if you do see a reduction, I don't expect you'll gain the benefits you hope for, because I very much doubt it will have any effect on your likely greater tumour burden in your nodes, spleen and bone marrow, where CLL cells grow. (They are dormant in the blood) That's because other than in the blood, the CLL cells are not free-floating, but attached to stromal cells which will dampen any resonance. Why do I say you won't see the benefits you hope for? Because a similar process - leukophereis, where lymphocytes are filtered out of the blood only gives a temporary reduction in the tumour burden and proven treatments are still needed :

cancer.org/cancer/chronic-l...

With regard to your argument about the cost influencing the likely use in a clinical environment, remember that quite often it's the service (skilled labour) you are paying for. The contribution from the cost of any equipment or research may only be a small part of the overall service cost, depending on how many patients the recovery cost is spread over.

Neil

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81ue

I did a search on youtube and got this soundy Rife

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