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We make no claims whatsoever expressed or implied of any cure or for any disease. Dr. Rife's original research has not yet been confirmed by research generally recognized by medical science. The Detox Box is for experimental use only.....
.....Devices and nutritional or other products are not offered to diagnose or prescribe for medical or psychological conditions nor to claim to prevent, treat, mitigate or cure such conditions, nor to recommend specific products as treatment of disease or to provide diagnosis, care, treatment or rehabilitation of individuals, or apply medical, mental health or human development principles, to provide diagnosing, treating, operating or prescribing for any human disease, pain, injury, deformity or physical condition. Any use of the devices is experimental and based upon your informed consent and private license.
Now about Cancer. Many of us have been or may become exposed to it at some personal time in our lives. The Rife Machine Technology Does Not Cause Cancer. It has been observed to do the exact opposite in many personal cases. Unilaterally dismissing your doctors advice on medical treatment will not help you.
Question 1. Understanding all this, is it possible that the medical industry and its lobbyists has a strong motive to Suppress this kind of medical break through?
Question 2. Despite my lack of microscopic study, would you say it was safe to infer some kind of connection between the number of folks that have shown recovery after I let them use my machine and the Rife machine it self having some kind of medicinal benefit?
A science that can be proven and implemented but to do so would RUIN the medical economy and at times like these another big failure in the economic sector is not what the people need. On the other hand the suppression of the worlds first major medical breakthrough isn't what the world needs either.
A report from the Smithsonian Institution in 1944 validates Rife's work. Titled "The New Microscope" by Dr. R.E. Seidel (report #3781) it states "Under the Universal Microscope disease organisms such as those of cancer ... and other disease may be observed to succumb when exposed to certain lethal frequencies..." In layman's terms, that means they used the Universal Microscope to watch as they used a frequency generator to kill certain virus cells, such as cancer. This report confirms... Rife's frequency therapy did work!
This virus death ray was applied to cancers in rats and it worked. The next step was humans. The results were astounding. "14 out of 16 terminal patients cured!"
Here is Dr. Royal Rife's report summary: "The first clinical work on cancer was completed under the supervision of Milbank Johnson, M.D., which was setup under a special medical research committee of the University of Southern California. Sixteen cases were treated at the clinic for many types of malignancy. After just 3 months, 14 of these so-called hopeless cases were signed off as clinically cured by a staff of medical doctors and Alvin G. Ford, M. D., pathologist for the group."
(Note: At the time of the study's conclusion, the remaining 2 people were not cancer free; however, it is known that the other patients did eventually recover under Dr. Rife's supervision.
Electromagnetic therapy involves the use of energy to diagnose or treat disease. Electromagnetic energy includes electricity, microwaves, radio waves, and infrared rays, as well as electrically generated magnetic fields. Although light is also a type of electromagnetic energy, light therapy is addressed in a separate document (see Light Therapy).
But the invention has attracted interest and praise from the small group of doctors who are aware of it. Kanzius also says some biotech firms have expressed interest in financing its development, though he wouldn't name them.
He applied in May for a patent on his invention, which combines a device for focusing radio waves on cancer cells with an as-yet undisclosed technique for sensitizing cancer cells to the effects of radio frequency radiation.
He said his attorneys had cautioned him against revealing details of his invention until the patent is approved. But doctors who have reviewed it under confidentiality agreements are enthusiastic about Kanzius' unlikely creation.
One of them, Dr. Robert J. McDonald, director of nuclear medicine at the Southwest Florida Regional Medical Center in Fort Myers, Fla., said the invention was "absolutely amazing" and "pretty incredible."
The FDA certainly thinks so, in fact they have prohibited its use in the United States declaring it illegal.
Please note that the Rife machine used today is not the Rife in its original form and no medical claims can be made for this technology. Modified versions such as the Rife-Bare device are today's modern incarnations of the original Rife machine. However it should be highlighted that the original machine was not given FDA approval which is partly why it has been modified for today's market.
Now this, to my knowledge is not entirely accurate. You can use it to your hearts contents but you can not openly promote the idea that it works as a medical device to cure disease when you use it... It is the making of the claim that it works that is outlawed.
Estimated new cancer cases in the United States for the year 2002, according to the American Cancer Society (Year 2002 Surveillance Research from the American Cancer Society). It is estimated that about 555,500 Americans will die from cancer, corresponding to 1,500 deaths per day. Cancers of the lung and bronchus, prostate, and colon and rectum in men, and cancers of the lung and bronchus, breast, and colon and rectum in women continue to be the most common causes of cancer deaths. These four cancers account for more than half of the total cancer deaths among men and women. Lung cancer has surpassed breast cancer as the leading cause of cancer death in women since 1987 and is expected to account for about 25 percent of all female cancer deaths in 2002.
How would the world react if this device would let us all die old and long lived of nothing more than the wear and tear of old age?
In another letter in 1935, he (Dr. Milbank Johnson of Pasadena) says that the results were "not conclusive" - it is thought that some patients had responded well to the treatments from the Rife Ray machine, but that Johnson was not convinced that such a speedy recovery was necessarily the same thing as a "cure" - although apparently Royal Rife considered them "cured." Dr. Johnson also wrote later that he had run the clinic by himself, to prove what the Rife Ray machine could do in vitro - in the body. Mr. Rife was almost certainly not present for most of this clinic, but may have come around occasionally to help or to observe
If I could find enough evidence to prove that it worked, or had successful claims from my patients, then I would work to promote the device for further testing. And if trials were a success I would promote the device.
But it is still a Rife machine, It still cures cancer. All cancers. And most diseases.
My question to you is, as a user and possible promoter of the Rife Machine, if clinical trials were conducted either private or by the FDA and was proven that it did not work, what would be the effect on you and/or the other users?
From everything you have told me I can say that you have not been in pediatrics for very long...
They were both very good and sincere in their debating style and conviction of issue, but over all I'd have to say the winner of the debate is Scoobydoo.
On carefull concideration I will have to say that I think titorite gave the most compelling and well thought out debate, and therefore I think Wins.
While the debate in whole, did not knock my socks off
The fighter who showed me that they carried the battle to the end was titorite.
Scooby Doo faded and the last post prior to the closing statement seemed like going through the motions to get to the end.
Neither side convinced me of their argument but for putting in the most effort, I would give the nod to ...