Dr. med. univ. Dietmar Stanchina, Eppan, Italy
As a doctor of acupuncture, I have also worked with the bioresonance method for several years now. The combination of the two methods is excellent, and I’ve even taken to blending bioresonance and acupuncture, and preferring bioresonance to laser acupuncture.
Acute and central allergies, regardless of the body compartments in which they occur, mostly respond very well to the usual bioresonance programs. The prerequisites are open organs of elimination, elimination of scar interference fields or geopathic stress, and the removal of any other therapy blocks (enteromycosis, gut dysbiosis, heavymetal stress, etc.). Sometimes, however, we bioresonance therapists seem to be completely stumped. What we are often dealing with here are energy/meridian disorders, and it makes good sense to apply the allergy programs directly to the appropriate acupuncture points or energy axes. What it boils down to is a somewhat differentiated application of con...
Dr. med. Özlem Kiran, Istanbul, Turkey
Brain stem gliomas are tumors that occur in the region of the brain referred as brain stem, which is the area between the sylvian aqueduct and the fourth ventricle. The literature divides brain stem gliomas into three distinct anatomic locations: diffuse intrinsic pontine, tectal and cervicomedullary. Intrinsic pontine gliomas carry a grave prognosis. Longer survival is associated with the tectal and cervicomedullary gliomas.
These tumors have a predilection to originate from the left side. Most are located in the pons; however medulla and midbrain may be involved as well. Brain stem gliomas are highly aggressive brain tumors. Anatomic location determines the pathophysiological manifestation of the tumor. With tectal lesions, hydrocephalus may occur as a result of fourth ventricular compression, With pontine and cervicomedullary lesions, cranial nerve or long tract signs are observed commonly.
Univ. Doz. MR Dr. med. Johann Lahodny, St. Pölten, Austria
According to figures from the World Health Organisation (WHO) the number of people suffering from cancer is rising continuously. 55% of patients with cancer die each year in the industrialised nations.
A situation which, given the latest medical and scientific findings, is no longer justified and should no longer be tolerated in this day and age.
Conventional cancer treatment consists of surgery, chemotherapy or radiotherapy and routine cancer screening. Surgery is meant to remove the visible tumour tissue. Adjuvant treatments such as chemotherapy and radiation therapy are then used in an attempt to kill off the remaining tumour or may also be used as monotherapy. Routine postcancer treatment consists of regular CT or MRI scans and tests for tumour markers at sixmonthly intervals. These examinations are used to ascertain whether new cancerous nodes have appeared.
New research into cell prop...
Sandra Hänni, Naturopath, Täuffelen, Switzerland
The symptoms of echinococcosis range from upper abdominal pains and loss of appetite to jaundice, caused by disturbance to bilirubin metabolism, and portal hypertension.
The main organ in which this parasitic infection develops is the liver, as in 90% of cases, but infestation of the lungs and brain also form part of its clinical picture. It is mainly passed on as a result of poor hygiene from unwashed forest fruits, mushrooms and herbs. Infection by echinococcus larvae produces similar symptoms to those produced by a malign tumour. Characteristic features include inflammations and vascular proliferation with necrosis and cavity formation. It is thought to take 8 to 15 years from initial infection to the first signs of the disease appearing.
If a predator host, such as a dog or cat, becomes infected, the animal will display minimal symptoms, except for an acute worm stress. This is in contrast to animals of prey, such as sheep and ...
Dr. Op. Özlem Kiran, Neurosurgical specialist, Istanbul, Turkey
For the past year I have been using bioresonance therapy in my practice. My work covers the entire spectrum of neurosurgery. I work in my own practice as well as in a local hospital in the Bakirköy district of Istanbul.
Since I started using the bioresonance method (BRM) the number of operations I have carried out relating to herniated discs has fallen considerably. You could say that before discovering bioresonance my team and I were often too quick to reach for the scalpel.
Between February 2006 and February 2007 I treated 124 patients with herniated lumbar and cervical discs using only the BRM. Of these 124 cases, 71 were cervical hernias and 53 lumbar hernias. Without exception all patients had been treated using conventional medicine and were referred to me by colleagues for surgery. Through medical imaging processes (e.g. MRI) all patients were given a clear diagnosis:
‘Herniated disc level 2-3’ with partial los...
Hans Brügemann, Head of the Institute, Gräfelfing, nr. Munich
The phrase “level of evidence” is often used nowadays when attempting to prove the efficacy of drugs and medical devices. It describes the level of scientific proof and presence of meaningful data. The nature of this evidence is based on findings but more particularly on the construction of a scientific study, now also known as a “design”.
Various schemes have been proposed for classifying the level of evidence. We are using here the 8-level scheme of evidence according to the American Heart Association.
Classification of the levels of evidence according to the American Heart Association (AHA), modified according to W. F. Dick: Evidence based emergency medicine (abridged):
Level 1: Statistically significant, randomised, controlled trials (double-blind studies) or meta-analyses
Level 2: Statistically insignificant, randomised, controlled trials (double-blind studies) or meta-analyses
Level 3: Prospective, contr...
Alexander A. C. Rijsberman, Qualified Naturopath, Baar, Switzerland
Multi-resistance is one particular form of antibiotic resistance. We are talking about micro-organisms that have in effect become resistant to almost all antibiotics and virostatic agents. These are known as MRP or Multi-Resistant Pathogens.
In May 2014, the WHO (World Health Organization) published a wake-up call in a medical journal. The headline read: WHO raises the alarm. Antibiotic resistance is present everywhere. Wake-up call: even minor injuries that have been treated effectively for decades may now prove fatal.
According to Dr. Keiji Fukuda, Assistant Director-General — Health Security at the WHO in Geneva, the threat is imminent and affects people of all ages and in all countries. In the article, Dr. Fukuda calls for more intensive research in the field of antibiotic resistance. Time is short because third-generation antibiotics are failing to treat gonorrhoea, for instance. Worldwide, ther...