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145 internautes sur 147 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Making the Connection 5 janvier 2000
Par Robert Tso - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This is an illuminating book!
If you would like to know the scientific basis for the connection between acupuncture, the ability of salamanders to regenerate limbs, the occurance of remissions in cancer patients, the ability of qigong masters to heal, the extinction of species, the correlation of childhood leukemia with powerline proximity, then get this facinating and well written book by an M.D. who did his own pioneering research that led to a new paradigm for the role of electicity and magnetism in biology.
Also, learn what you can do to protect yourself from the everday perils of electropollution.
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What medicine should have been 3 novembre 2000
Par R. Wallace - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
and with any luck, will be in the future. Robert Becker is an M.D. and research scientist with impeccable credentials--he discovered the minute electric currents, applied to bone fractures, will heal breaks that weren't knitting (and before his treatment, amputation was the only alternature for non-unions.) As noted below, this book is illumating. The author goes a long way toward finding a scientific basis for acupuncture, homeopathy, and 'faith' healing--at the very least, they involve the electromagnetic field in and around the body. He details the opposition he has encountered through the years from the close-minded, who, through the all-too-human combination of ignorance, arrogance, blindness and politics, have hindered his work (and 'scientists' are always extolling the open-minded superiority of science over all else!) He makes no secret of his disdain for the likes of self-appointed witch-finders like James "the Amazing" Randi. In the last half of the book Becker discusses electropollution, the possible harm it can do to people, and how to reduce or elimate your exposure. An eye-opening book that will be enjoyed by those interested in the failures of modern medicine (and 'failure' is indeed the right word, since the medicine profession has had to admit that doctors are the third leading cause of death in the U.S.)
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A must read! Fantastic!! 22 février 1999
Par nucklelr@songs.sce.com - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I have read over 15 books in the realm of magnetic therapy and this is one of the two top books that I enjoyed. Absolutely spellbinding. Get this book!!!!
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Misleading title and cover - amazing book 3 avril 2001
Par P Mck - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Others have summarised this astonishing book. It is most unfortunate that the title and cover imply a sensationalist book. It is sensational - but in the sense of new knowledge unknown to most of the Medical fraternity and I write as aa senior MD! This is the most important medical book I have read and I nearly ignored it because of its lurid presentation.
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Electromedicine: Putting it on a scientific footing 5 avril 2006
Par Michael Czajka Jnr - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Dr Robert O Becker was an orthopaedic surgeon who researched cell/limb regeneration and ended up as an expert on the effects of electricity on the body. His work puts a sound scientific basis to the area of electric fields. He was involved in reviewing electronic fields for the military which gave him a unique access to data. This allows him to bring together an interesting range of facts.

Hospitals now use a number of devices that are based on his work. One device was patented by Dr Andy Bassett (a student of his) and involved using a magnetic field to speed bone union in fractures.
Another device involves inserting 2 electrodes into a bone or wound which is infected (and thus not healing) and using a mild electric current to kill the bacteria. My friend says they did this to him in hospital recently... so it's obviously catching on.
A third device is being used in hospitals for cancer: using 2 carbon nanotubes (probes) we can liquify cancer tumours using the electroporesis effect (as documented by Dr Robert Beck a physicist). Beck based his work on Kaali and Lyman... and they based their work on preceding work... which I assume included Becker.

A surprising book. Covering topics you don't expect to find mentioned. A book with credibility. A book full of useful facts. A book that advances our knowledge of electronic hazards significantly.

Dr Robert O Becker died in 2008... but not before finally patenting a device for regenerating tissue in 1998 ie. the de-differentiation of specialised cells and their re-differentiation into the required tissue. So who needs stem cells? I'm at a loss why this work hasn't been more widely used or cited... and it's not very complicated either... although I suspect that Becker might have left out a bit of detail.

Becker did do a little bit more work on healthy magnetic fields that isn't documented here... as he also seems to be behind at least one device to improve cell metabolism (similar to Bassett's idea only for the whole body).

The use of electrical stimulation in treating depression and addiction is also an area that is starting to get serious attention eg. refer Dr Meg Patterson (NET) and Dr Robert Beck (Biotuner). Beck gives a fascinating history of this in an audio interview.

Electronic fields can have both positive and negative effects on the body... Becker documents both.

Unfortunately Becker fails to reference his own work properly... but you can find the references in his 1998 patent.

This is not hard reading. Becker keeps it simple. Anyone should have no trouble understanding this.

It is a well informed opinion. Much speculation and myth is based on Beckers work. I found Becker originally by trying to track down who people were referencing when they made claims about electromagnetic fields. Most references seem to be refering to Beckers work... so read from the source?

Beckers previous book "The body Electric" is probably the book most people cite.
If you have to choose between the two... buy the first one... then you'll probably be hooked and buy the second one anyway.

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