Thursday, 15 October 2015

No defective medicine

No medic is allowed to apply defective medicine. Yet in 2002 biochemical treatments became defective medicine – and all biochemical patents became invalid.
Since the 1950s medics had found low power ultrasound causes inflated structures to give off X-rays. This shows up cancers, heart disease, diabetes, asthma, arthritis, IBS and mental health problems.
The ultrasound initiates Molecular Nuclear Fusion
1 H2O+US->He+O+E2+X-ray
This works as the structures are inflated. Ultrasound burns occur at higher power levels for body cells – 180 W 40 kHz.

So we have a non-invasive way to remove all 200 cancers out there. High Intensity Ultrasound also removes the other diseases of age.
HIUS to the top left of the chest and kidneys clears coronary heart disease – medically published in 2012. The standard treatment time is only ½ a minute.
HIUS to the bottom right of the chest over the pancreas clears all types of diabetes – confirmed personally with 30 former diabetics. Type 1 takes 3 days to remit! A full minute of HIUS may act quicker here.
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So surgeons are ethically prevented from giving cancer or heart surgery.
No GP can prescribe biochemical treatments – or instantly cease to be a Dr – dating back 13 years. Hence the sudden rush of retiring GPs. Also the economic unsustainability of health centres.
The Hippocratic oath is an invariant. Any GP prescribing biochemistry ceases to be a Dr, is barred from medical service – and faces criminal prosecution for multiple counts of 1st degree murder.
The cheapest source of HIUS is a 5 W 1 MHz ultrasound massage device. They are medically licensed for unsupervised home us.
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HIUS to the chest, throat and nose for ½ a minute cures the viral or bacterial infection you have. Stopping cancer etc..
No Dr is allowed t oresearch defective medicine.

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