Herpes in different guises: successfully treating viral stresses caused by HPV, Epstein-Barr and Varicella zoster

Irene Kolbe, Naturopath, Hanover, Germany

Welcome

First of all I would like to extend my thanks for the invitation to speak at this international congress, which has now become something of a tradition. Thank you for your trust in us as therapists. In bioresonance we have an important therapeutic tool with which to test and treat. Our patients are the real teachers here, because they continue to present us with new challenges. This is what drives me on to look into many of the more complex topic areas in order to gain a greater understanding of the underlying issues from a pathophysiological perspective. This is why my chosen theme today is viruses.

Viruses, a 'borrowed life' (they cannot synthesise their own proteins and have no enzymes for energy production).
Classification

DNA or RNA virusesIn terms of morphology, these are: - double or single-stranded DNA or RNA viruses (e.g. ssRNA)
- enveloped or naked (CWD: cell wall-eficient microorganisms)
Class...

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Therapy options for treating chronic respiratory disorders in horses

Dr. med. vet. Bianka Carstens, Veterinary Surgeon, Rotenburg, Germany

Bioresonance in my practice
Over the last two years bioresonance has become a key element in my holistic practice. Since then, within my otherwise predominantly chiropractic equine practice, many patients have been coming to me not only with restricted musculoskeletal movements, but internal problems as well. A large number of these patients are chronically sick animals that have been treated exhaustively with conventional medical methods. Bioresonance has been introduced as a key therapeutically/ economically viable option in my practice in different stages: firstly, I succeeded in personally convincing my clients of the numerous promising advantages of bioresonance (not least by emphasising how enthusiastic I was about this holistic form of treatment). Secondly, word-of-mouth recommendations have increased thanks to a great many positive and often remarkable therapeutic success stories. We now also ...

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Treating at-risk pregnancies using the Bicom

Dr. Esra Kirsever, Gynaecologist and Obstetrician, Istanbul, Turkey

Twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome Overview
Most pregnancies result in one baby. In about one in 80 pregnancies, twins are conceived. This can occur in one of two ways:
The more common way (which accounts for two-thirds of cases) is for the two different sperm to fertilize two different eggs, resulting in what is called a dizygotic (DZ) twin gestation.

These twins are often called fraternal twins. In this type of twinning each twin has its own sac of amniotic fluid and its own placenta (afterbirth). Dizygotic twins have two sets of membranes surrounding their amniotic fluid sacs (one inner amnion layer and one outer chorion layer), and therefore they are known as diamniotic, dichorionic.
These twins are often referred to as identical twins since they have the same genetic material. Approximately one-third of MZ twins look just like fraternal twins on prenatal ultrasound since there are two separate amniotic sacs and ...

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