Epidemiological and Cytogenetic Study of the Bioresonance Effect on Human System

Periklis Karakos
Abstract
Bioresonance is a new holistic approach on the human system. The following study will make an attempt to thoroughly exam the overall bioresonance methodology as far as its contribution to dealing with specific diseases, taking into account epidemiological data from various laboratories and medical centers in Greece that apply this technique, while at the same time will study the possibilities of the bioresonance implementation in Laboratory using the sister chromatid exchange methodology (SCEs). It is a specialized technique of controlling mutagenic substances in cellular level by examining distal blood lymphocytes in vitro present or some non mutagens (such as melphalan and irinotecan) and with the simultaneous action of antioxidants (such as vitamins or amifostine), cross checking the possibilities of applying bioresonance in these very studies.
The statistical data process includes the study of several parameters such as age, gender, family status, schoo...

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