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Are there problems in modern medicine?

The current pandemic has proven that there are major and intractable problems in allopathic medicine. Modern diagnostic methods such as X-ray, ultrasound, CT scan, MRI, endoscopy and various laboratory tests help physicians to diagnose functional diseases that have already occurred. The same cannot be said for a vast number of other diseases that are not given the attention they deserve. The causes of most chronic diseases at present is still unknown and therefore cannot be identified by these methods.

In the meantime it is well known that the causative agents of many animal and plant diseases are worms and fungi. Similarly, worms and fungi are the cause of many human diseases. It is just that until now there have been no accurate methods of diagnosing them.

Throughout the world, the most common method used by allopathic medicine to diagnose worms is to examine the stool of patients for the presence of worm eggs. It is clear, however, that eggs in the stool can only be detected if and when the worms lay them. And when they will do it - no one knows exactly. Therefore, even repeatedly performing a stool test does not guarantee that eggs in the stool will necessarily be detected. So stool analysis is an unreliable method of diagnosing worms. These erroneous results of such tests often mislead both doctors and patients.

In addition, many species of worms and their larvae do not live in the intestine and do not lay their eggs there at all (toxocara, trichinella, heartworm, etc.). They can live in all organs - in the cranial cavity, eyes, thyroid, mammary glands, blood vessels, lymph nodes and vessels, heart, lungs, liver, bile ducts, pancreas, kidneys, uterus, ovaries, prostate, muscles, under the skin.

Parasites can even affect bone. There is virtually no in vivo diagnosis of these types of worms in allopathic medicine. Unfortunately, they are more commonly found during autopsies or accidentally during surgeries. In some clinics in certain cities (academic and research centers) some of these helminth species can be diagnosed by blood analysis. This method is based not on the detection of worms in the blood, but on the detection of antibodies against them. The blood test therefore has serious drawbacks:

1. The antibodies appear in the blood up to weeks or even months after infection. Therefore, until they appear in the blood, the blood test will not show an infection.

2. The antibodies remain in the blood indefinitely, even after the worms have died, and the blood test falsely indicates that they are alive.

3. If several types of worms infest the blood test at the same time, it may show erroneous results.

It appears that the blood test or blood analysis is also an unreliable method of diagnosing worms.

The lack or absence of reliable methods for diagnosing worms, their infrequent effectiveness, and the extremely infrequent assignment of tests to adults, create the misconception that worms are rarely contracted, mostly by children and unclean adult residents of warm countries. In fact, studies recently conducted in the United States and some European countries show that 80-95% of the citizens of these civilized countries are infected with worms!

Look around and see how many sick people there are around you!

Doesn't it strike you that we now have more pharmacies in our towns and cities than grocery stores and other stores! In the city of Burgas, for example, ul. "Kaloyan" from No. 20 to No. 72 (along about 450 meters) there are four pharmacies, one supermarket, two gambling halls, one bakery-diner, etc. ...

Ah, what are the symptoms and diseases of worm infestation? They include nausea, vomiting, heartburn, bitterness in the mouth, bad breath from sweat and stools, appetite disturbances, abdominal pain, constipation or diarrhea, weight loss or even obesity, drooling, teeth grinding, bleeding gums, frequent colds, itching, rashes, spots on the skin, hair loss, allergies, edema, bronchial asthma, anaemia, headache, dizziness, fainting, hypotension, chronic fatigue, visual disturbances, menstrual disorders, infertility, miscarriage, impotence, irritability, sleep disturbances, pain in various parts of the body, chronic cough, heart rhythm disturbances, prolonged temperature rise, etc. н.

Note that these are the most common symptoms and diseases. How often, in your opinion, with these diseases and symptoms, are patients examined for fungal invasion? Certainly almost never. Why does this happen? There are many reasons, and we will try to list only some of them.

Doctors have been told since their student days that the most important part of their job is to make the right diagnosis, but ... Of course, identifying the etiology of diseases is also important, but for most diseases it still remains unknown. Strangely enough, traditional medicine does not have the equipment to identify and reveal the root cause of many diseases. This is an absolute fact. Well, how to cure diseases without knowing their cause and removing it? Most physicians have to treat diseases by the symptoms manifested and the complaints of the patients. That is why we have so many "incurable diseases". Out of seven years of medical training, only one semester is devoted to parasitology. Many things after this short training are naturally forgotten. If the doctor even merely suspects a worm infestation, he has to send the patient for tests, and these even in the best laboratories often give wrong results.

To understand the problem even better, I will give you the following example. So-called liver flukes (pre. fasciolosis, opisthorchiasis and clonorchiasis) live in the liver, bile ducts and pancreas of infected people for years. They feed, move around, damage these organs and poison them with their waste products. This results in diseases (hepatitis, jaundice, itching, allergies, oedema, cholecystitis, gall bladder stones, pancreatitis). It is known that these worms can even cause diabetes, cirrhosis, liver and bile duct cancer. The International Agency for Research on Cancer classifies opisthorchiasis among the carcinogens of the first group.

You can contract liver flukes (methyl, etc.) by eating poorly cooked fish, poorly salted caviar and poorly washed salad greens. And this is the daily food of the majority of the Earth's population. This means that people infected with liver flukes must be numerous. Diseases of the liver, bile ducts and pancreas are very common throughout the world. Why are these patients so rarely diagnosed with the dangerous liver flukes? There are two methods of diagnosing these worms:

1. Detection of the eggs of these worms in the duodenal fluid. This is essentially as unreliable a method as stool analysis. Furthermore, this method is time consuming and unpleasant for patients.

2. In some clinics, only opisthorchiasis can be diagnosed by blood analysis. But this method, based on the detection of antibodies, also often gives wrong results.

It turns out that all existing methods of diagnosing liver flukes are unreliable and often mislead both doctors and patients.

Therefore, they are practically not used. Most doctors do not even remember the names of these worms and therefore do not try to diagnose them.

What should doctors who have been able to diagnose a liver fluke infestation do? In world medicine there is only one drug against liver flukes - Praziquantel/Praziquantel, but in 80% of cases this drug causes side effects and complications. And how does one check the efficacy of this drug if the existing methods of diagnosing liver flukes are unreliable and untrustworthy?

A paradoxical situation exists and has arisen in medicine. Nowhere in the world is it possible to treat chronic diseases with drugs. Even the cause of most of them is unknown. Of course, there are some diseases whose cause is known. For example, hepatitis C, B, AIDS, toxoplasmosis, brucellosis. But, even these diseases cannot be cured with drugs.

That's why there is a growing number of people in the world who don't trust doctors, tests and medicines.

But, unfortunately, many "smart" patients give crazy money for dietary supplements, equating them to effective drugs, which will not cure them from all kinds of parasites. Advertising is at the heart of these baseless "hysterias" about shopping for universal cures, but everyone carries a head on their shoulders.

In this situation, the apparatus-software complex of a well-known company appeared as a gift from heaven. This is an absolutely and perfectly new, precise and harmless method not only for diagnosis, but also for the destruction of the causative agents of most diseases - viruses, microbes, worms, protozoa, fungi. The principle of operation of this apparatus is based on the laws of exact sciences. The method of VRT (vegetative resonance test) allows to diagnose the parasites themselves - worms, viruses, bacteria, protozoa, fungi - and not their traces (eggs, antibodies, antigens). Eliminating the cause in most cases allows to cure many diseases that were previously considered incurable.

In 7 years of work with this device by the method of VRT in one foreign medical center (Baku, Azerbaijan) 9 677 patients of different ages and with a variety of diseases have been diagnosed. Only in 234 of them no parasites were found. This is only about 2.5%! Treatment of diseases caused by parasites was carried out only with resonance-frequency therapy. As a result, most patients were cured of various diseases: gastritis, duodenitis, duodenal ulcer, esophageal reflux, constipation, chronic diarrhea, dysbacteriosis, nonspecific ulcerative colitis, periodontal disease, chronic cholecystitis, chronic pancreatitis, and hepatitis of fungal origin, viral hepatitis A, B, D, C, rubella, genital herpes, amoebic dysentery, leptospirosis, listeriosis, echinococcosis, alveococcosis, salmonellosis, visceral leishmaniasis, malaria (including 2 cases of tropical malaria), allergies of unknown genesis, Quincke's oedema, anaemia, headache, hypotension, seizures, chronic fatigue, menstrual disorders, infertility, miscarriages, prostatitis, prostate adenoma, chronic cystitis, nodular and diffuse mastopathy, nodular and diffuse goiter, skin and genital itching, focal, diffuse and complete hair loss, eczema, neurodermatitis, urticaria, chronic cough, bronchial asthma, brucellosis, rheumatism, rheumatoid arthritis and many others.

In this foreign practice there have been many patients with confirmed cancer diagnoses of various localizations (breast, thyroid, cervix, stomach). By the method of VRT in such patients, trichinellosis, schistosomiasis, heartworm, paragonimiasis, opisthorchiasis, clonorchiasis, alveococcosis, toxocariasis, aspergillosis, actinomycosis, nocardiasis, mycosis fungoides, sporotrichosis were often detected. Many of these patients have been successfully cured after resonance-frequency therapy.

Pay attention to the fact that almost none of these types of parasites can be accurately diagnosed by ultrasound, X-ray, CT scan, MRI, endoscopy, etc. Many doctors (even histologists) do not even remember the names of these types of worms and fungi, and therefore do not know what the cells of these parasites look like under a microscope. They don't even look for them! In such a situation, anything that does not look like human cells can be called atypical, low or high differentiated, etc.

The contribution of the staff of the developers of this instrument-program complex to global medicine is invaluable.

The devices of this scientific medical center are used all over the world (but not in Bulgaria) not only for precise diagnostics, but also for effective therapy. They allow doctors to work at all levels, including the DNA level. This can be compared to chess, creating unlimited opportunities for doctors to improve and develop as specialists.

In conclusion, I would like to thank the scientists of this Centre and ask them to continue and resume their work after the current pandemic on researching and introducing new therapeutic programmes for the treatment of diseases into their facilities, caused by viruses, bacteria, helminths, fungi, and more specifically (nanophytosis, gastrodiscoidosis, dicroceliosis, sparginosis, trichostrongyloidosis, aniscoidosis, dioctophimosis, gnathostomosis, Nile fever virus).

We hope that the time will come when the attending and teaching physicians will see the truth and pay due attention to the real health of their patients!

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