Dr. Sümer Zeynep Karabey, Aydin, Turkey
Dear bioresonance therapy enthusiasts,
I am delighted to have the opportunity this year to report once again on our work in Turkey.
Some of you may recall that last year I reported on our nationwide study involving autistic children. After the Congress we received numerous enquiries about specific treatments and the actual procedure for treating people with autism. This showed that autism is a topical subject amongst therapists. I was particularly delighted to receive calls from colleagues who informed me that my presentation had given them the courage to use bioresonance techniques to help these children. I am also grateful to Regumed’s international sales department who forwarded questions to me without any hesitation.
This year I would like to report on our work in the area of gluten enteropathies. So what gave my Turkish colleagues and me the incentive to pursue this line of investigation?
1. We received a lot of enquires from ...