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DAVID PARKER / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY DAVID PARKER / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY
Bioresonance therapy. Therapist's hand using the probe of a Bicom bioresonance machine on a man's hand during bioresonance therapy. It is claimed that this therapy can diagnose the cause of illness by detecting electromagnetic energy from the patient's skin. Every object emits a unique pattern of electromagnetic energy. An illness due to bacteria, poisons or allergens may be diagnosed by comparing the electromagnetic energy from sample vials holding these organisms or substances with the energy from the patient's skin. Bioresonance is used in naturopathy, the treatment of disease without drugs. Photographed at the Hale Clinic in London, England.
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