Category Archives: 50th Congress

50th international Bicom bioresonance congress papers from Bicom Fulda, Germany Regumed Institut fiir Regulative Medizin, 82166 Grafelfing. Using the Bicom Optima and its deep low frequency programs provides a broader therapy spectrum with the 2nd channel providing options for both time and therapy optimisation.

Tumours: holistic diagnosis and therapy

Christiane Herrmann, Naturopath, Berlin, Germany The origins of a tumour If cell division in certain tissues of our body gets out of control, then cells multiply extraordinarily quickly, which can then lead to the development of a tumour. This may be malignant or benign. Only a malignant tumour is called cancer. Cancer can be the […]

Borrelia infection – the latest widespread disease?

Dr. med. Hermann Wagner, Böbrach, Germany Laboratory diagnostics – sense and nonsense • Antibodies are measured for borrelia, not the pathogen itself. • That is to say the reaction of the body to the pathogen is quantified. • An increase in antibody titre is interpreted as a deterioration. • In the case of immunisations, an […]

Polyneuropathies

Dr. Özlem Kiran, Istanbul, Turkey Introduction To say “We can’t do anything for you”, are difficult words to proclaim for doctors and bitter news for the patient. Unfortunately, I lived this kind of experience after a traffic accident in 2003. My spine was fractured. Thoracic vertebrae 4-5-6 had to be operated. My operation was wonderful. My […]

Successful and effective anti-smoking therapy

Anja Meyer, Naturopath, Lörrach, Germany / Switzerland Dear colleagues, I am delighted to be able to report on my experiences of anti-smoking therapy using bioresonance on the occasion of the 50th International Congress here in Fulda. I come from Lörrach, a town in South Baden, right on the Swiss border near Basle. I have worked […]

Vaccine blockages and their impact on animals

Dr. med. vet. Solveigh von Jordans, Paderborn, Germany In the last two years, in particular, an increase in post-vaccinal reactions has been observed, and not just in my veterinary practice. What is known as immediate reactions within 1 to 12 hours post injection were primarily seen in small dog breeds and also young dogs, but […]