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  • Health applications of Plasma Reactors | Health applications
    applications Initially simple single core reactors and then multiple core models were developed and tested The first test results were encouraging in helping simple conditions such as migraine relief energy boosting and so on Following successful trials in January 2007 full scale testing was initiated and the results have been more than encouraging Following the first patents filed early in the year all our knowledge in the medical field was submitted in July 2007 in a full European patent application This application is and will be supported by full test cases and independent medical results All tests were and are carried out with patients with full medical records Subsequently a number of plasma reactor prototypes have been designed and developed for medical use a specific prototype for each illness These reactors are based on the specific magnetic field configuration of the organ s to be treated using plasma concepts THE SUB ATOMIC PLASMATIC MAGNETIC FIELDS OF THE HUMAN BODY According to our concepts galaxies solar systems and planets are all made up of SEPMAF s Specific Entangled Plasmatic Magnetic Fields Similarly we consider any living body to be a complex dynamic SEPMAF s system and we treat it as such

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  • Diseases | Keshe Foundation
    creation of new cells Details Created on Thursday 22 September 2011 16 43 from wikipedia Symptoms of cancer metastasis depend on the location of the tumor Cancer ˈkænsər listen known medically as a malignant neoplasm is a term for a large group of different diseases all involving unregulated cell growth In cancer cells divide and grow uncontrollably forming malignant tumors and invade nearby parts of the body The cancer may also spread to more distant parts of the body through the lymphatic system or bloodstream Not all tumors are cancerous Benign tumors do not grow uncontrollably do not invade neighbouring tissues and do not spread throughout the body Healthy cells control their own growth and will destroy themselves if they become unhealthy Cell division is a complex process that is normally tightly regulated Cancer occurs when problems in the genes of a cell prevent these controls from functioning properly These problems may come from damage to the gene or may be inherited and can be caused by various sources inside or outside of the cell Faults in two types of genes are especially important oncogenes which drive the growth of cancer cells and tumor suppressor genes which prevent cancer from

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  • ALS | Diseases
    01 03 Twitter from Wikipedia This MRI parasagittal FLAIR demonstrates increased T2 signal within the posterior part of the internal capsule and can be tracked to the subcortical white matter of the motor cortex outlining the corticospinal tract consistent with the clinical diagnosis of ALS Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis ALS also referred to as Lou Gehrig s disease is a form of motor neuron disease caused by the degeneration of neurons located in the ventral horn of the spinal cord and the cortical neurons that provide their efferent input The condition is often called Lou Gehrig s disease in North America after the New York Yankees baseball player who was diagnosed with the disease in 1939 The disorder is characterized by rapidly progressive weakness muscle atrophy and fasciculations spasticity dysarthria dysphagia and respiratory compromise Sensory function generally is spared as is autonomic and oculomotor activity ALS is a progressive 1 fatal neurodegenerative disease with most affected patients dying of respiratory compromise and pneumonia after 2 to 3 years although some perish within a year from the onset of symptoms and occasional individuals have a more indolent course and survive for many years 2 Source http en wikipedia org wiki Amyotrophic lateral

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  • ALS | Diseases
    motor neuron disease caused by the degeneration of neurons located in the ventral horn of the spinal cord and the cortical neurons that provide their efferent input The condition is often called Lou Gehrig s disease in North America after the New York Yankees baseball player who was diagnosed with the disease in 1939 The disorder is characterized by rapidly progressive weakness muscle atrophy and fasciculations spasticity dysarthria dysphagia and

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  • Brain tumor | Diseases
    weighted magnetic resonance imaging with intravenous contrast A brain tumor is an intra cranial solid neoplasm a tumor defined as an abnormal growth of cells within the brain or the central spinal canal Any brain tumor is inherently serious and life threatening because of its invasive and infiltrative character in the limited space of the intracranial cavity However brain tumors even malignant ones are not invariably fatal especially lipomas which are inherently benign Brain tumors or intracranial neoplasms can be cancerous malignant or non cancerous benign however the definitions of malignant or benign neoplasms differs from those commonly used in other types of cancerous or non cancerous neoplasms in the body Its threat level depends on the combination of factors like the type of tumor its location its size and its state of development Because the brain is well protected by the skull the early detection of a brain tumor only occurs when diagnostic tools are directed at the intracranial cavity Usually detection occurs in advanced stages when the presence of the tumor has caused unexplained symptoms Primary true brain tumors are commonly located in the posterior cranial fossa in children and in the anterior two thirds of the cerebral

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  • Brain tumor | Diseases
    malignant ones are not invariably fatal especially lipomas which are inherently benign Brain tumors or intracranial neoplasms can be cancerous malignant or non cancerous benign however the definitions of malignant or benign neoplasms differs from those commonly used in other types of cancerous or non cancerous neoplasms in the body Its threat level depends on the combination of factors like the type of tumor its location its size and its

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  • Parkinson's disease | Diseases
    use Forums Links Contact Parkinson s disease Details Created on Tuesday 15 November 2011 01 40 Twitter Illustration of Parkinson s disease by William Richard Gowers which was first published inA Manual of Diseases of the Nervous System 1886 Two sketches one from the front and one from the right side of a man with an expressionless face He is stooped forward and is presumably having difficulty walking From Wikipedia Parkinson s disease also known as Parkinson disease Parkinson s idiopathic parkinsonism primary parkinsonism PD or paralysis agitans is a degenerative disorder of the central nervous system It results from the death of dopamine generating cells in the substantia nigra a region of the midbrain the cause of cell death is unknown Early in the course of the disease the most obvious symptoms are movement related including shaking rigidity slowness of movement and difficulty with walking and gait Later cognitive and behavioural problems may arise with dementia commonly occurring in the advanced stages of the disease Other symptoms include sensory sleep and emotional problems PD is more common in the elderly with most cases occurring after the age of 50 Brain tumor Shop Books Click on the image to order

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  • Parkinson's disease | Diseases
    and is presumably having difficulty walking From Wikipedia Parkinson s disease also known as Parkinson disease Parkinson s idiopathic parkinsonism primary parkinsonism PD or paralysis agitans is a degenerative disorder of the central nervous system It results from the death of dopamine generating cells in the substantia nigra a region of the midbrain the cause of cell death is unknown Early in the course of the disease the most obvious

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