Blood Irradiation

Blood Irradiation - A Cure for Ebola BI is very effective remove viral and bacterial pathogens from the body, and a life saver in cases of antibiotic resistance. Blood Irradiation (BI) works by triggering a photochemical reaction that cleans and revitalizes the blood, accelerating the healing process within the entire body. The device systems and methods used to execute treatment can be very different. There are two common wavelengths of light primary used, UV and red, each responsible for different biochemical actions. Both wavelengths have a positive systemic effect on the body. In his 2003 book, Close-to-Nature Medicine, Kenneth Dillon, Ph.D. clearly points out the overwhelming data proving light has the ability to destroy pathogens in the blood. "Human beings have a chemiluminescent immune system," he said. He also points out blood irradiation is accomplished by utilizing the body’s own natural defenses to recognize and annihilate the sick, diseased cells. Dillon said, “It is very shocking that, after 20 years of a devastating epidemic…the medical establishment has still failed to test this excellent therapy.” How much control do humans really have over stopping a global pandemic outbreak? The United States considers resistant infection a "very high priority,” and so has created a coalition to eliminate the possible threat. The coalition is composed of the Center for Disease Control (CDC), Active Bacterial Core surveillance (ABCs), Emerging Infections Programs (EIP), Transatlantic Task Force on Antibiotic Resistance (TATFAR) and Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA). The current belief is that there is no way to deal with a catastrophe of that scale. Multi drug-resistant bacteria have been around for decades. Bacteria are equipped with a gene enabling them to produce an enzyme that disables antibiotics, rendering the drugs powerless. The World Health Organization (WHO) has recommended countries around the world pay serious attention to the emergence of this resistance factor. The Handbook of Biosurveillance, published in 2006, outlines principles that apply to both natural and man-made biowar epidemics. Bioterrorism is the intentional release or dissemination of biological agents into the environment to cause illness or death in people, animals, or plants. They include the use of germ bacterium, viruses, prions, fungal agents and biological toxins. As disease resistance continues with current medications, and biowar threats loom in the distance, the need for reliable and effective alternative treatments becomes even greater. The use of light based medical technology may be the only viable solution as harmful bacterial and viral cells contain up to five times more photosensitive amino acids, making them extremely susceptible to destruction by light. Blood irradiation using UV light is most commonly called ultraviolet blood irradiation (UBI). This treatment removes a small amount blood from the patient, exposes it to light then returns the blood back to the patient intravenously. This system is quite effective at removing harmful substances and has proven effective in: • inactivating pathogens and contaminants • destroying viruses • eliminating bacteria • inactivating toxins • inactivating snake venom • activating white blood cells • helping blood viscosity acting as a blood thinner • increasing blood oxygen transport • decreasing platelet aggregation • removing of fungi and parasites • inactivating e-coli • causing diphtheria to become unstable • causing tetanus to become unstable • helping vascular conditions and circulatory activities, improving circulation • reducing arterial plaque • decreasing swelling • stabilizing alkalinity • increasing intracellular antioxidants that buffer and neutralize free radicals • balancing calcium and phosphorous • accelerating the lymphatic system • stimulating antibody production • immunizing the body against disease • activating steroid hormones • producing a positive effect on the autonomic nervous system • stimulating corticosteroid production • helping to reduce nausea and vomiting • reducing symptoms of candida • reducing symptoms of chronic fatigue • reducing symptoms of allergies • reducing symptoms of emphysema • reducing diabetic complications • reducing symptoms of rheumatologic diseases • helping to eliminate acute colds • helping to eliminate flu • reducing symptoms of fibromyalgia • assisting in recovery of stroke • reducing symptoms of bronchitis • reducing chemical sensitivity • helping reduce problem relating to arterial disease • reducing symptoms of macular degeneration Blood irradiation with light is a treatment system that has been reinvented several times throughout modern medical history, first by the Danish, then the Americans and more recently, the Russians. Strangely however, it has never taken hold, even with all its remarkable results. Blood Irradiation is known by many terms including: • extracorporeal photopheresis • ultraviolet blood irradiation (UBI) • intravenous laser blood irradiation (ILBI) • blood photomodifcation • trans-dermal blood irradiation (TDBI) • sublingual blood irradiation • extracorporeal photochemotherapy • photoluminescence therapy • biophotonic therapy • photobiological therapy • hemo-irradiation phototherapy • hematologic oxidative therapy • ultraviolet hemo-irradiation phototherapy An excerpt from the American Cancer Society’s website reads, “A special form of UV blood irradiation called photopheresis…also inhibits T-cell lymphoma and may be helpful for other conditions. Proponents of UV blood irradiation claim UV…kills germs…inside the body and…neutralizes toxins in the blood. Some claim even a small amount of UV treated blood can reenter the circulatory system of the patient and stimulate the immune system…against invaders, including cancer cells.” Ultraviolet blood irradiation treatment is approved by the FDA for treating T-cell lymphoma. Some clinical trial results look promising for the treatment of immune system diseases such as: • multiple sclerosis • systemic sclerosis • rheumatoid arthritis • lupus • type 1 diabetes BI treatments have advanced since they were first developed. In some cases people are injected with light sensitive compounds prior to light exposure. There are other systems that remove the blood and then mix it with compounds followed by exposure to light. In other scenarios, hydrogen peroxide is mixed into the blood as it circulates, to increase oxygen in the blood. Prof. Keith Scott-Mumby MD, MB ChB, PhD also agrees on the use of blood irradiation.


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