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Congress papers from REGUMED Institut fiir Regulative Medizin, 82166 Grafelfing

The use of cell cultures in medical research

Prof. Dr. rer. nat. habil. Peter C. Dartsch, Dipl. Biochemist Introduction and background Since its establishment in 2002 close to the university town of Tubingen in south west Germany, Dartsch Scientific GmbH has conducted research and development without animal testing solely using organ-specific cell cultures. Alongside standard procedures the company has also developed numerous test […]

Chronic infectious diseases as both the cause and result of mitochondrial damage

Dipl.-Med. Birgit Fleischer, Specialist in General Medicine Correct functioning of the mitochondria is an important criterion for health and for preventing and overcoming disease. Conventional medicine focuses almost exclusively on the topic of “mitochondrial disease” in connection with the most severe congenital disorders. In my paper I would like to draw attention to mitochondrial damage […]

Low back pain and bioresonance therapy: Personal experience of a neurosurgeon

Murat Goksel, MD, Prof. of Neurosurgery, Isparta, Turkey The WHO describes health as: “a state of complete physical, mental, and social well­being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity” in 1948. Beyond the contro­versies on this definition; I try to fulfill my responsibilities with “all my hats” to treat, care and protect people […]

When healing is no longer the primary aim — BICOM® therapy in palliative care

Dr. med. Wolfgang Rohrer, Specialist FMH, General Medicine After nine years of working in hospitals and in the rescue and emergency helicopter service it was finally time: in 1991 I took over the practice of a colleague who was retiring and opened my own. Full of enthusiasm, I started work as a general practitioner. After […]

In-vitro study of house dust mite allergy

Dra. Med. Linda Rahadian Background House dust mite is a source of allergens that can cause allergies’. From the biophysical aspect, the occurrence of allergies in the human body is the result of the development of allergy imprinting which comes from human body contact with a substance; printing in the form of information of the […]

Hemopyrrollactamuria (HPU) a common metabolic disorder with far-reaching effects

Silke Nunner, Naturopath Patients often come to our practices with so many health problems that we, as therapists, struggle to know where best to start treatment. They not only present with multiple allergies and food intolerances but also exhaustion, weakness, thyroid problems, infections and adverse effects from numerous chemicals and synthetic products. Women with menstrual […]

Less is often more overtreatment, treatment rhythms and therapy breaks

Dr. med. Jurgen Hennecke, Specialist in General Medicine Introduction Medical intervention is largely results-driven, often making us impatient for success. We want to help (“helper syndrome”), but we also want to prove to the patient and to ourselves (“ego”) that we are good therapists. The tendency is to continue treating the patient for as long […]