Tuesday, May 14, 2013

DIY Device Eliminates Pathogens, Serves as Alternative Cancer Therapy

In 1991, William Lyman and Steven Kaali of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine designed an electrical device to run on 50 –100 micro-amps, the equivalence of a pacemaker.

Lyman and Kaali had it set up to electrify blood in a process similar to dialysis or oxygen therapies that recycle the patient's blood into external machinery.

Their device was approved for 14 patents.

Just a few articles were published in scientific journals, then silence.

Since this was a threat to Big Pharma, the treatment was essentially hidden, like many other treatments before.

But the silence did not remain.

A retired physicist, Bob Beck, had read one of the articles and was very curious.

He tried to obtain the original research papers from the Albert Einstein College, but was told they didn't exist.

The research papers had even been removed from a conference publication where it had been introduced.

The speculation on the streets is that the Medical Mafia offered a deal the researchers couldn't refuse without damaging their careers.

They may have sold their patents only to have them shelved.

This is a common Medical Mafia practice that was attempted on many 20th Century alternative cancer cures.

The strategy is make sure non-drug therapies cannot be used at all.

As Bob Beck once quipped, "A patient cured is a customer lost."

"The cancer industry, the AMA, and Big Pharma don't want cures. They want expensive treatments."


Bob hired a private investigator to hunt down that original conference's attendees and get the research papers. It worked.

As an experienced physicist and inventor, Bob was able to figure out what Lyman and Kaali were up to and went to work on inventing his own version.

Bob came up with a smaller device that sent current directly into the blood via a couple of small electrodes attached to the wrist's Radial and Ulnar arteries, where the pulse is commonly felt.


Apparently the device's four hertz low current works by stripping pathogens' outer protein layers, denying their ability to connect with cells.

The manufacturer was almost shut down by the FTC and Canada's Health Ministry, but they survived with the agreement to not include Bob Beck's name, omit most application and use instructions, and eliminate the C word – cure.

Fortunately, Bob Beck's original complete instructions are available on a downloaded pdf.

The pdf is free, so hurry before it 'disappears'.