Anja Meyer, Naturopath, Lörrach, Germany / Switzerland
I am delighted to be able to report on my experiences of anti-smoking therapy using bioresonance on the occasion of the 50th International Congress here in Fulda.
I come from Lörrach, a town in South Baden, right on the Swiss border near Basle. I have worked as a study nurse at the University Hospital in Basle for more than 6 years. Two years ago I opened my own naturopathic practice to complement my work as a nurse.
My job at the University Hospital in Basle involves clinical research into pneumology and I head up several medical studies (in-house studies from various senior physicians and professors at the hospital and various studies commissioned by different pharmaceutical companies).
One of the first major projects I undertook at the University Hospital in Basle some 6 years ago was anti-smoking therapy. I have helped several hundred patients in their efforts to quit smoking. During these studies I learnt...