31 May 2002

Electronic Medicine: Dotto Ring uses magnetic fields to cure cancer

Every mechanism in the human body down to the orientation of the DNA is ultimately based on electromagnetic fields interacting. The Dotto Ring was created by the Italian scientist Gianni A. Dotto, who was born in Venice, and was son of a prominent engineer who was the designer of two hydro-electric generating plants on both the American and Canadian sides of Niagara Falls.

Dotto became an American citizen and maintained his apparatus at the University of Dayton, Ohio, where he experimented with cancer treatment. According to Dotto, the magnetic charge of the genetic code is maintained at the proper level by the electrical property of the double helix, which functions as a common transformer; where the voltage of the primary and the secondary winding is proportional to the number of the turns of the coils.

If the DNA double helix of a cancer cell has a lesser number of turns than the DNA double helix of a normal cell; consequently, the number of base pairs per turns will be greater. Greater base pairs per turn of the double helix and eagerness of completing the outer electron orbiting of the atomic structure of the nucleous leads to a greater capability of reproduction of the DNA.

By applying to the human body voltage, EMF and magnetic intensity similar to the value existing in the DNA of normal cells (in the human between the ages of 35 and 55) a voltage of 45 to 70 millivolts maintains a linearity of 10 base pairs per turn in the double helix (Crick-Watson). The DNA of the cancer cell adjusts itself to the proper level of functionality, regardless of cell condition, since absorbed energy will be inversely proportional to the existing cell energy level.

Different researchers using different approaches and different theoretical assumptions have achieved affects on cancer cells. A common thread is that an electromagnetic field has been used to achieve this. My experience leads me to believe that pre-malignant cells can be returned to normal function and malignant cells can be prevented from achieving mitosis with properly applied low power electromagnetic fields.

Electomagnetic fields will be used in the future to detect abnormalities (which the FSCAN can do today) and the same fields used to diagnose a condition will be used to treat the condition successfully. Today, we use such fields in MRI and other devices extensively for diagnosis. We need to apply this same approach to treatment. This is the future of medicine. The Tricorder in Star Trek is not science fiction, but a demo of what is to come.

27 May 2002

Boston Globe: Drug industry costs doctor top FDA post

Medication error is the fourth leading cause of death in this country so our government should be concerned about medical safety, right? Wrong!

Michael Kranish of the Boston Globe has written a penetrating article on Memorial Day about Dr. Alastair J.J. Wood, who had already been selected by the White House to take over the FDA, an organization that has been leaderless for quite some time. Robert Goldberg, a pharma promoter, wrote in the conservative National Review online edition that if Wood became commissioner, the FDA would be so tough on drug manufacturers that the government's message to patients would be "Drop dead." Wood not only was contaminated by his concern for medical safety, he actually sat on an FDA panel reviewing Pfizer's Zyrtec, Schering-Plough's Claritin, and Aventis's Allegra and recommended that they become over the counter drugs. This could have cost the pharmas tens of millions of lost profits!

So we have a rather schizophrenic response from those who are concerned that patient safety would restrict drugs from early release costing them billions in future profits and even worse, free prescription drugs for over the counter purchase at reduced price giving a haircut to current profits. Is Wood for more drugs or less drugs? It doesn't matter, he's bad for business.

The power of the Internet is that the White House actually reads this stuff and they dumped Wood immediately.

Carcinogeneris: How does it work and how can we affect the mechanism?

    Photo from Bill's Plasma Tube Gallery

I have received some useful feedback from the Rifers list on the treatment of current cancer by dietary and supplement factors. It is well known among cancer researchers that the majority of cancers are caused by lifestyle factors, so changing lifestyle is critical in dealing with this problem. It is also known by Qiqong teachers that Qiqong alone can cure many cancers and regular practice of Chi Lel or other medical Tai Chi should be used extensively in prevention and assisting cure.

The definition of cure was also discussed because tumor removal is not necessarily a cure. There may be malignant cells remaining or premalignant cells that will advance to malignancy that could cause regrowth of the tumor or new tumors at a later date.

By cure, I mean that there is not a single malignant cell left in the body, there are no late stage premalignant cells remaining in the body, and the terrain that would product more premalignant cells has been altered so that no more premalignant cells are produced for a specific set of related tumors.

Here I am concerned with the mechanism of carcinogenesis. There are many people with lousy lifestyles and no exercise program that do not get cancer. Is it possible to turn a couch potato with cancer into one of those without cancer by affection the cellular mechanism?

Or more realistically, when an individual has already made major lifestyle and nutrition changes and still cannot free themselves from a tumor they have, is it possible to help them?

Furthermore, if a tumor is progressing so rapidly that lifestyle changes cannot work quickly enough to be effective before death, is it possible to help that person? And if Rife were able to do this, how was he affecting the mechanism of carcinogenesis as we understand it today?

My working hypothesis is that square wave electromagnetic fields with sufficient power at the right location and at the right frequency will affect the mechanism of carcinogenesis in such a way as to return transformed cells that have not reach the stage of uncontrolled growth to normal behavior, and stop cellular mitosis in those cells that have gone into the uncontrolled growth phase, resulting in a person that is completely free of malignant cells, even though significant tumor mass remains. Lifestyle, nutrition, exercise, homeopathic, and other approaches can then be used to deal with remaining non-malignant tumor mass at a leisurely pace.

One more critical piece of background information is essential to make the argument for this working hypothesis. Recently the following paper was noted on the Rifers list. In my view, it did not receive enough discussion because it may be the most important paper yet published for those interested in Rife approaches to elimination of disease. In particular it demonstrates that mitosis of cancer cells can be stopped with electromagnetic fields while leaving normal cells unaffected.

Gorgun SS. Studies on the Interaction Between Electromagnetic
Fields and Living Matter Neoplastic Cellular Culture. Frontier Perspectives 7:2:44-59, Fall 1998.

A version of this paper is on the web and the section I mention here can be found at:

Studies recently carried out rein­force the hypothesis that differ­ent classes of proteins change in response to electricai field forces induced by osciliating eiectric and electromagnetic fields at pre­determined frequencies and intensities, and suggest that there couid be biological effects that might halt the mitosis of neoplas­tic cells. The use of a static mag­netic fieid of 5 mT for 50 to 60 minutes has changed the lectinici bonds of specific sites on the mem­brane surface of erythrocites with a consequent alteration of the ATP content (104). The variation of the lectinici bonds is consid­ered by the authors as an indica­tor in the changes of the glyco­proteinic complex.

Pulsed square wave magnetic fields with a frequency of 10 Hz and an intensity of 10 mT on ani­mals in vivo modified some bio­chemicai blood parameters and produced significant effects on the erythrocite count and the concen­tration of hemoglobin, calcium, and plasmatic proteins. The mechanisms of the observed ef­fects are probabiy tied to the in­fluence of the magnetic fields on the ionic permeability and capaci­tive reactance of the membrane due to changes in its lipid com­ponent, on the iiquid crystalline structure, and on the enzymatic activity of the ionic pumps depen­dent on ATPasi.

Fields of 2 KV/m with frequen­cies from 1 KHz up to 1 MHz ac­tivate the Na+ and K+ pumps in the ATPasi in human erythrocites. The authors suggest that the in­teractions that permit the free energetic coupling between the hydrolysis of the ATP and the pumping of the ions is of the coulomb type.

The results obtained indicate that only the ionic modes of transport necessary for the synthesis of the ATP for specific physioiogical conditions were influenced by the applied electrical field, and some types of reactions are not expli­cable in chemical terms but only as related to electrogenic effects (106). The use of puised square wave electric fieids with an am­piitude of 1050 voIts, an impulse width of 100 microseconds, and a frequency of 1 Hz have streng­thened the anti-neoplastic effect of the bleomicina in the growth of fibro-sarcoma SA-i, maiignant melanoma Bi6, and Ehriich as­citic tumors (EAT) (107, 108). Electromagnetic fields at a fre­quency of 7 MHz have been mea­sured concomitant with celi mi­tosis in culture yeast cells (109). It is known that the ciclines (e.g., P16 and P2i) have an important role in the processes of mitosis on cancer cells (110) The ciclines use the terso P. of the ATP.

Classically this second type of in­terpretation has produced funda­mental clinical instruments, such as, for example the electrocardio­gram, the electroencephalogram, and more recently the nuclear magnetic resonance. The interest in the study of the interactions between electromag­netic fields and living matter is placed, therefore, on three levels:

1. Prevention-the way electro­magnetic fields influence the development of illnesses

2. Diagnosis-the way endog­enous bio-electric signals and weak electrical and magnetic fields, associated with bio-moi­ecules correlate to the state of health

3. Treatment-the way biological structures and functions can be modulated by means of electromagnetic fields
-end quote-

--- In rifers@y..., "jsutherland" wrote:
> I am formulating a working hypothesis for cancer induction for use
> in electronic medicine that builds on my Ph.D. thesis and subsequent
> research. Before I post it, some background information will be
> helpful.

25 May 2002

H. Pylori: Does it cause ulcers?

Hamilton, Gary. Dead Man Walking. New Scientist 2303:30-33, 11 Aug 2001

As an example of microorganisms causing disease (or perhaps not!) check out an interesting article on H. Pylori and ulcers. As usual, the situation is more complex than modern medicine is easily able to deal with, although the bottom line here appears to be that H. Pylori is bad, even though it may have some good effects.

The human ecosystem needs to be investigated as a rainforest of microorganisms with complex ecological balances. The epidemiology of the internal human system is a new science that needs to be launched, funded, and studied to answer many of the open questions of the day. What really causes heart disease? Why do statin drugs decrease the risk of some heart disease while increasing ther risk of other types of heart disease? Why can't we prevent or cure cancer? If we had a cure, cancer survival rates would be going up dramatically and they are definitely not as shown in a previous posting. Why is medical error the third leading cause of death after heart disease and cancer? And on and on. The list of unanswered questions is endless.

WIRED: What Tomorrow Holds

Brockman, John. The Next Fifty Years: Science in the First Half of the Twenty-First Century. Vintage Books, 2002.

Prediction by Paul W. Ewald
Professor of biology, Amherst College
Big Idea: "Highly damaging chronic diseases - atherosclerosis, diabetes, Alzheimer's disease, most cancers ... will, in the next 50 years, be accepted as caused by infection."
Caveat: "[A] proportion of the old guard will have to retire or expire, and a sufficient number of young people ... must mature into positions of influence, to tip the balance of expert opinion."

Anyone experimenting with electronic medicine using Rife devices or an FSCAN already knows this to be true.

White House Commission Recommends Increasing Promotion of Complementary and Alternative Medicine

White House Commission on Complementary and Alternative Medicine. Final Report, March 2002.

Over the past 30 years, public interest in and use of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) systems, approaches, and products has risen steadily in the United States. Depending on how CAM is defined, an estimated 6.5 %1 to as much as 43%2 of the U.S. population has used some form of CAM.

Until recently, the primary response of Federal, state, and local health care regulatory agencies to this phenomenon was to restrict access to and delivery of CAM services to protect the public from unproven and potentially dangerous treatments. Since the early 1990s, however, scientific evidence has begun to emerge suggesting that some CAM approaches and products, when used appropriately, can be beneficial for treating illness and promoting health. As this evidence is collected and disseminated to the wider health care community and the public, it should provide a reliable basis for making policy decisions that will facilitate the public's access to safe and effective CAM approaches and products.

The White House Commission on Complementary and Alternative Medicine Policy (WHCCAMP) was established in March 2000 to address issues related to access and delivery of CAM, priorities for research, and the need for better education of consumers and health care professionals about CAM. The President's Executive Order No. 13147 establishing the Commission states that its primary task is to provide, through the Secretary of Health and Human Services, legislative and administrative recommendations for ensuring that public policy maximizes the potential benefits of CAM therapies to consumers.

24 May 2002

Long-term trends in the use of complementary and alternative medical therapies in the United States.

Ann Intern Med 2001 Aug 21;135(4):262-8
Kessler RC, Davis RB, Foster DF, Van Rompay MI, Walters EE, Wilkey SA, Kaptchuk TJ, Eisenberg DM.
Department of Health Care Policy, Harvard Medical School, 180 Longwood Avenue, Boston, MA 02115, USA. kessler@hcp.med.harvard.edu

BACKGROUND: Although recent research has shown that many people in the United States use complementary and alternative medical (CAM) therapies, little is known about time trends in use. OBJECTIVE: To present data on time trends in CAM therapy use in the United States over the past half-century. DESIGN: Nationally representative telephone survey of 2055 respondents that obtained information on current use, lifetime use, and age at first use for 20 CAM therapies. SETTING: The 48 contiguous U.S. states. PARTICIPANTS: Household residents 18 years of age and older. MEASUREMENT: Retrospective self-reports of age at first use for each of 20 CAM therapies. RESULTS: Previously reported analyses of these data showed that more than one third of the U.S. population was currently using CAM therapy in the year of the interview (1997). Subsequent analyses of lifetime use and age at onset showed that 67.6% of respondents had used at least one CAM therapy in their lifetime. Lifetime use steadily increased with age across three age cohorts: Approximately 3 of every 10 respondents in the pre-baby boom cohort, 5 of 10 in the baby boom cohort, and 7 of 10 in the post-baby boom cohort reported using some type of CAM therapy by age 33 years. Of respondents who ever used a CAM therapy, nearly half continued to use many years later. A wide range of individual CAM therapies increased in use over time, and the growth was similar across all major sociodemographic sectors of the study sample. CONCLUSIONS: Use of CAM therapies by a large proportion of the study sample is the result of a secular trend that began at least a half century ago. This trend suggests a continuing demand for CAM therapies that will affect health care delivery for the foreseeable future.

FSCAN FAQ: Allergy Alert

Pollens are off the chart in the Boston area today. Even though I have demonstrated that I can completely clear pollens from my system with the FSCAN while running, I decided not to run cross country this morning. Predominate pollens are oak (499868), birch (487665), and grass (476917). I'm allergic to all of them and even though I have a good air cleaner in my bedroom and slept with the windows closed, I woke up with a stuffy nose. Running the frequencies indicated for a couple of minutes each flushed out my sinuses, cleared my eyes, etc.

Pollens are various substances depending on the current state of the plant. They are living things that grow in your body like an infection. They get into the blood stream and can travel to any organ system in the body. They are easily neutralized with the FSCAN by treating at the right frequencies in the high 400KHZ range.

Because the pollen substance, even from the same plant, alters during the season, and because there are many different types of plants, it is essential to identify the exact set of frequencies needed for time and place. There are multiple ways to do this and the one I use has been discussed in a previous note.

23 May 2002

Medical Error: Frequency of Inappropriate Metformin Prescriptions

Medical error is well documented as the 3rd leading cause of death in the U.S. and medication errors alone are the 4th leading cause of death. These numbers are based on studies in hospitals where medical error is routinely underreported. They do not include outpatient deaths which probably exceed inpatient deaths. As an example, here is a widely prescribed drug that 25% of the time is prescribed, even though there is a black box warning on the package that the patient should not be receiving this drug. Effects can be deadly as noted in:

Horlen, C. et al. Frequency of Inappropriate Metformin Prescriptions. JAMA Vol. 287 No. 19, May 15, 2002.

"Metformin is commonly used in the management of type 2 diabetes. More than 25 million prescriptions for metformin were written in 2000, making it the most commonly prescribed branded diabetes medication in the United States. Metformin has been associated with the development of lactic acidosis, and since its initial marketing in 1995 the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has required a "black box" warning in the package insert. Labeled contraindications include renal dysfunction and congestive heart failure (CHF) requiring pharmacologic treatment. We sought to determine the frequency of metformin use in a sample of patients with these 2 primary contraindications to therapy...

"In our review, almost one quarter of patients with a prescription for metformin had 1 or more absolute contraindications. Several recent studies in Europe have documented similar rates of inappropriate metformin prescribing. Adverse event reports suggest the incidence of metformin-associated lactic acidosis is between 1 in 10000 to 1 in 100000 patient-years. In the first 14 months after its release in the United States, the FDA received 47 confirmed cases of lactic acidosis associated with metformin, with a 42% mortality rate. More than 90% of patients had relative or absolute contraindications to metformin."

16 May 2002

Innovation in Medicine: Where Does It Come From?

I started to write a note on a recent article about Linus Pauling and realized it needed a preface. Linus was one of my mentors and he had a distinctively different view of medicine than the average physician. He was probably the smartest and most knowledgeable person I have ever worked with and was really bent out of shape because he shared some of his data on DNA structure with Watson and Crick and they got the Nobel Prize. He, of course, already was the only person on the planet who had singlehandedly received two Noble Prizes, but he felt strongly he deserved a third for discovering the structure of DNA. I could never figure out whether this was a character flaw or whether he was right. He was right about most things.

Linus used the scientific method to innovate and break new ground. Most work in science is reworking old ground and making minor improvements. Doing a major overhaul of any scientific theory is risky. When you stick your neck out, you take a lot of flak, and Dr. Pauling was very controversial, particularly among the medical profession.

"Part of the scientific method is that the investigator be willing to accept all the facts. He must not be prejudiced; prejudice might keep him from giving proper consideration to some of the facts or to some of the logical arguments involved in applying the scientific method, and in this way keep him from getting the right answer. If you were to say, "I've made up my mind, don't confuse me with a lot of facts," you would not be applying the scientific method." Linus Pauling

Quite often I share some data with another scientist or engineer and the response is, "That is so out of the conventional context of scientific thinking, how could it possibly be true?"

Facts are facts and people regularly ignore, dismiss, or suppress pieces of data that do not fit in to their preconceived notions. Thinking is useful to discover patterns in facts, which can then be used to infer the result of future experiments, i.e. predict future facts. Thinking is useless to science if it is illusion, and when you ignore, dismiss, or suppress odd pieces of data, you use your thinking to build a sand castle of imagination, the basis of "conventional wisdom." Illusion is great for authors, playrights, and movie makers, but not so great for scientists. For example, as I noted previously, a recent journal article by John Bailar, M.D, Ph.D., Chair of the Department of Public Health at the University of Colorado, pointed out there has been no significant decrease in the death rate from cancer in the last 20 years. Similar information has been published on mammography not providing any reduction in the breast cancer death rate, and so forth. Thus we are in illusion about the nature of the disease, the mechanisms of tumor growth, and the treatment of the problem.

Another important priniciple in the scientific method is that experiments must be able to be replicated by different individuals. So if you find yourself immediately discounting a set of data that is important, and that it upsets your applecart in some way, then if you practice the scientific method you owe it to yourself to replicate the experiment and prove it wrong or right. As many innovators have discovered, the most interesting and important data is the data that does not fit the current scientific paridigm because that is exactly where new breakthroughs occur.

So virtually all great scientific breakthroughs punch holes in conventional scientific thinking and show that the old way was, as least in some sense, an illusion. As Thomas Kuhn has pointed out in "The Structure of Scientific Revolutions," scientists often hold on to old illusions until they die and a new generation has to come along to adopt new science which does a better job of explaining or incorporated new facts. Peter Drucker points out the same phenomenon in "Innovation and Entrepreneurship." Any new innovation is at high risk of the "cuckoo" effect. The cuckoo lays it eggs in other birds nests. If the other bird realizes this, the eggs are destroyed. Any organization instinctively tries to eliminate anything new and unusual that appears in its midst, and scientists are not exempt from this psychological problem.

This is particularly true in medicine, which is still more of an art than science. Despite the lip service given to "evidence based medicine," i.e. medicine based on replicated studies in the major journals, over 80% of medical practice is not evidence based. And many practices that have been proven to be useless in the journals are still practiced extensively. As the Institute of Medicine has noted, many practices which kill hundreds of thousands of people every year have been clearly documented in the literature as bad practices, yet people and insitutions ignore them. Tradition has been more important than medical safety.

We need innovation in medicine and it will not come from business as usual!

10 May 2002

Pollens: Purple and White Lilacs

I had dinner at Flora's Restaurant (delicious Canadian mussels and slow cooked lamb) in Arlington, MA, at the bar where there was a vase of purple lilacs. My eyes were irritated and watering and since I've been tested as allergic to lilacs, I suspected them. When I got home the frequency 485797HZ was needed for both me and my spouse. Just to check to see if this really was from lilacs, I went outside and picked a white lilac off a bush in my yard and its frequency was 486877HZ, pretty close to the purple lilacs. Treating for the former frequency, I got a positive indication and it cleared up my eyes. I put a blood smear slide on the FSCAN imprinter and got a strong indication from the Aurameter that it was in my blood and traveling to other organ systems in my body.

After treatment, my eyes started watering again. I tested my shirt and it tested positive for lilac pollen. So my shirt was reinfecting me. Apparently, these allergens easily get into your clothes!

Firing up the EM6+, I ran the handheld plasma tube over my body like a security agent in the airport waving the metal detecting wand. Using the Aurameter as an indicator of effectiveness of the plasma tube near various parts of my body, I confirmed that the lilac allergens where traveling to various organ systems. If you make sure live pollens are not resident in organ systems throughout the body, you will completely avoid the tired and run down experience that allergic individuals suffer on a regular basis.

JAMA: 20% of new drugs will have serious undiscovered side effects. Use only with caution.

Timing of New Black Box Warnings and Withdrawals for Prescription Medications

Karen E. Lasser, MD, MPH; Paul D. Allen, MD, MPH; Steffie J. Woolhandler, MD, MPH; David U. Himmelstein, MD; Sidney M. Wolfe, MD; David H. Bor, MD

Context: Recently approved drugs may be more likely to have unrecognized adverse drug reactions (ADRs) than established drugs, but no recent studies have examined how frequently postmarketing surveillance identifies important ADRs.

Objective: To determine the frequency and timing of discovery of new ADRs described in black box warnings or necessitating withdrawal of the drug from the market.

Design and Setting: Examination of the Physicians' Desk Reference for all new chemical entities approved by the US Food and Drug Administration between 1975 and 1999, and all drugs withdrawn from the market between 1975 and 2000 (with or without a prior black box warning).

Main Outcome Measures: Frequency of and time to a new black box warning or drug withdrawal.

Results: A total of 548 new chemical entities were approved in 1975-1999; 56 (10.2%) acquired a new black box warning or were withdrawn. Forty-five drugs (8.2%) acquired 1 or more black box warnings and 16 (2.9%) were withdrawn from the market. In Kaplan-Meier analyses, the estimated probability of acquiring a new black box warning or being withdrawn from the market over 25 years was 20%. Eighty-one major changes to drug labeling in the Physicians' Desk Reference occurred including the addition of 1 or more black box warnings per drug, or drug withdrawal. In Kaplan-Meier analyses, half of these changes occurred within 7 years of drug introduction; half of the withdrawals occurred within 2 years.

Conclusions: Serious ADRs commonly emerge after Food and Drug Administration approval. The safety of new agents cannot be known with certainty until a drug has been on the market for many years.

JAMA. 2002;287:2215-2220

09 May 2002

FSCAN FAQ: Why is a DIRP scan difficult to interpret?

The chart above is an FSCAN DIRP chart generated by scanning in Rife frequency range from 1-10000HZ at an increment of 1HZ. This scan contains octaves of resonance of every microorganism in the body, as well as resonances from ions in the body. Distilled water will resonant at specific frequencies, for example.

When this chart was presented at the Future of Health Technology Conference at the MIT MediaLab last September, some of the leading scientists on the planet had a chance to review it. They immediately pointed out that intrepreting this frequency data is a complex task akin to spectral analysis of physical specimens. Resonance is a periodic phenomenon which occurs at octave and harmonic frequencies. Often an offending organism causing a clinical problem is a very small peak in the midst of other larger peaks, and so forth.

This has caused some members of the RIFE community to view the DIRP function on the FSCAN an useless. It is like searching for a needle in a haystack if you simply scan across the entire frequency spectrum. However, it you know what you are looking for and where to find it, the FSCAN can pinpoint the exact frequency or frequencies for you in many cases.

I use the DIRP function as a crosscheck on frequencies obtained through the Cameron Aurameter as indicated elsewhere in the FSCAN FAQ. In addition, there are some cases where multiple strains of an organism with slightly different frequencies are causing clinical symptoms and treatment is not successful unless you hit every strain. The DIRP function has been useful in this regard.

Finally, when all else fails, I have done a scan an interval in the chart above, for example 1-200HZ and began treating every peak looking for positive clinical effects. This was helpful in flushing out problems and getting information needed to attack them more precisely. For example, most people will have tinea parasites in them from athletes foot or jock itch infections and may have had the infections almost from birth (maybe infected at birth!). These infections have been topically treated with many different medications. As a result, they are resistant to almost every treatment and have moved away from the feet or groin into more hospitable parts of the body where they are safe. The brain is a favorite habitat. Also, they have established a symbiosis with other organisms like candida yeast which makes it impossible to eliminate the parasite without eliminating the yeast and vice versa. And the parasites and the yeast suppress the immune system so they are relatively invisible to your normal biological defense mechanisms. Scanning and treating in the 1-200HZ ranges, flushing out the organisms, clearing away the underbrush of random viruses and bacteria, enabled me to obtain enough information to deal effectively with this problem. My conclusion is that tinea infections should never be treated topically because the cure is worse than the disease.

For more charts and graphs, as well as pictures of blood after FSCAN treatment, see Dick Loyd's Royal Rife site.

FSCAN FAQ: How can a specific organ be treated with an FSCAN?

An important contribution has been made to the area of frequency medicine by Hulda Clark, who discovered "plate zapping." She found that putting a microscopic slide of a specific tissue into the magnetic field of the electrical circuit caused power transfer to occur primary at the site of similar tissue in the human body. By putting a microscopic slide on the FSCAN imprinter, I found the same effect could be achieved.

Therefore, if you have a bacterial infection in the lung and you know the exact frequency, you can put a lung tissue slide on the imprinter and treat your body at that frequency with the FSCAN and get quicker and more effective results on the lung tissue. With the right clinical procedure with the FSCAN, it should be virtually impossible to die of pneumonia except due to medical error.

If you know the exact organism and can put a microscopic slide of the organism on the imprinter as well, you get a double barrel effect.

It is important to realize that other tissue in the body gets less energy transfer. Because of this, I treat the whole body first, then go to specific organs where I know there are problems.

If I have positively identified the organism, I can put the microscopic slide of the organism on the imprinter and be sure that the organism will be eliminated throughout the body with sufficient treatment at the right frequency. This is rarely the case, however, and in the case of a pleomorphic organism like a parasite with four distinct life cycle stages, you must have slides of each stage to get the desired effect, along with the exact frequency of each stage.

Finally, many if not most parasites release other organisms when killed, particularly candida. I often put a candida slide on the imprinter when treating parasites and Hulda Clark has extensive recommendations for slides of other organisms in her Syncrometer Science Laboratory Manual.

06 May 2002

FSCAN FAQ: Why use square wave, positive DC offset rather than sine wave for Clark and Rife frequencies?

I'm getting a lot of email asking questions about the FSCAN which I mentioned in several previous postings. Since the same questions are coming from many different sources, I'm beginning to build an FSCAN Frequently Asked Questions document.

A study of the Rife literature referenced in the rifers list (http://groups.yahoo.com/group/rifers/) will indicate that Rife may have achieved positive results with the frequency devices he built because of harmonics in the transmission of radio frequency wave forms. Using square waves generates many harmonics which my tests indicate destroy parasites and other microorganisms more effectively than sine waves.

In the case of positive offset of the waveform, Hulda Clark has observed that this inhibits microorganisms, whereas a sine wave which goes positive and negative may actually enhance the growth of some organisms. My tests indicate that positive offset is more effective so I always use it for both Clark and Rife frequencies.

Rife frequencies, or we should say Rife/Chrane frequencies since Chrane used frequencies below 10000 HZ because of the limitations of his hardware, are no different than Clark frequencies in my view. They are clearly, at least in most cases, lower octaves of the Clark frequencies for the same organism. I use square wave DC offset for Rife frequences as well. If I do not get positive tests results with a Clark frequency and a lower octave of that frequency in the Rife range, I assume that I do not have the exact Clark frequency of the organism. This is a good check on the accuracy of the frequency being used.

I am using one of the older FSCANs depicted in the photo above with the three switches on the back to set square wave and offset. I always have the middle switch up and the other two down. The producers of the FSCAN point out that accurate square waves may not be generated at frequencies higher than 100KHZ. While that may be true, my tests indicate that better effects are achieved by setting the device for square waves in the Clark frequency range, indicating that even a crude square wave is better than none at all. When in Rife mode, I always turn amplitude full up unless it is physically uncomfortable. Higher amplitude means more power transfer and quicker effect.

04 May 2002

Rifers List: Dealing with Parasites

There are a number of good parasitology web sites at universities around the country. The thumbnail above is from a set of excellent images by Steve Upton at Kansas State University. All of these sites are careful to disclaim any alternative treatments and are careful to refer you to physicians. As one site says, the physicians and veterinarians are the ones making the big bucks to diagnose and treat these infections.

Well, let me relate a typical experience in this regard. A physician came to me for a consultation on a chronic bowel problem that her physician could not treat and told her nothing was wrong with her. I detected a parasite and sent her home with an FSCAN to treat it. She got immediate relief the first day and being a typical physician, set out to find someone who could diagnose and treat her "properly." After visiting several physicians without success, she asked me what to do. I said you have a parasite infection, find a physician who is competent to detect it and insist that he find it. Finally, she found a physician practicing complementary medicine who sent a stool sample off to one of the two labs in the country that seem competent to diagnose these conditions (Great Smokies Diagnostic Laboratory). She brought back the detailed analysis with a picture of the parasite and the recommended antibiotics which had been tested against the parasite and found effective. Antibiotic treatment gave her some relief but has not eliminated her problem. This is not uncommon.

I'm not into relief. I'm into total extermination of the offending critters and have dealt with dozens of parasite infections successfully, i.e. clinical symptoms are immediately eliminated and they do not return. In some cases I have laboratory data from Massachusetts General documenting success. Dealing with parasites requires a very careful analysis and treatment strategy that will not become part of mainstream medicine for many years. The technology is not available and even if it were, the time and care required to deal with it properly would not be financially viable in our current health system. In any event, here are my latest observations on a very elusive microorganism that is as difficult to find and root out as Taliban in the caves in Afghanistan.

To: rifers@yahoogroups.com
From: "jsutherland"
Date: Sat May 4, 2002 4:48 pm
Subject: Parasite infections

Someday soon, I will update my parasite frequency list because it has grown to a couple of dozen common parasites. However, I have been working for months to track down a very elusive beast which has
to be treated for at least six frequencies or it simply grows back.

The frequencies were remarkably similar to some of Paul Jone's frequencies for carpel tunnel which have been useful to me. Paul's frequencies eliminated carpel tunnel pain but needed to be applied every month or so.

This parasite will migrate all over the body to get away from any treatment applied and is particularly painful in joints and feet.

It may be a tapeworm, which when blasted breaks apart. Most parasites have four stages in the life cycle that must be killed simultaneously. This has at least 6 different forms to eliminate.

My frequencies were: 375 443 566 686 777 876

These were found in blood, chest, stomach, hip, and feet in particular. Feet and hip were particularly painful after I blasted it out of hiding in a localised infection. This is a parasite that gets into the blood stream and can travel easily anywhere in the body.

Pain was completely eliminated with 10 minutes of treatment at each frequency with an EM6+ handheld plasma tube at the 150 power output setting.

My wife tested positive at the same frequencies.

A completely independent person in another state appears to have: 383 498 588 666 765 888

This suggests to me the following concerning the Paul Jone's frequencies:

1. They eliminated my carpel tunnel pain because they were close to the right frequencies for the parasite causing the pain for enough of the stages.

2. They had to be repeated every month or so because they did not cover all the phases of the life cycle adequately at precise enough frequencies for my strain of the parasite.


1. To be most effective, i.e. quickly and totally eliminate the parasite, the frequencies must be exact (within 1 Hertz).

2. Different strains will have frequencies that are 10-50 Hertz from one another. Some mechanism for detecting effectiveness by scanning across the range of frequencies is required to zero in on exact frequencies.

Jeff Sutherland

Excessive Vitamin C consumption does not cause kidney stones

Linus Pauling was a mentor of mine and a sponsor of the Center for Vitamins and Cancer Research that I co-founded at the University of Colorado Medical School in 1980. He was a great supporter of Vitamin C for all that ails you. There are many recent research papers showing reduction in heart disease, increased longevity, and so forth from taking more than 10 times the government recommended amount of Vitamin C. One of the arguments against taking large amount of Vitamin C was the risk of kidney stones. That debate has been laid to rest by a large study showing no increase in kidney stones from Vitamin C and a significant reduction in kidney stones from increased Vitamin B6.

Your physician will probably never tell you about this so you must fend for yourself. Read the research!

Intake of vitamins B6 and C and the risk of kidney stones in women
Curhan, G. C., Willett, W. C., Speizer, F. E., Stampfer, M. J.
J Am Soc Nephrol 10:4:840-845, Apr 1999

Urinary oxalate is an important determinant of calcium oxalate kidney stone formation. High doses of vitamin B6 may decrease oxalate production, whereas vitamin C can be metabolized to oxalate. This study was conducted to examine the association between the intakes of vitamins B6 and C and risk of kidney stone formation in women. The relation between the intake of vitamins B6 and C and the risk of symptomatic kidney stones were prospectively studied in a cohort of 85,557 women with no history of kidney stones. Semiquantitative food-frequency questionnaires were used to assess vitamin consumption from both foods and supplements. A total of 1078 incident cases of kidney stones was documented during the 14-yr follow-up period. A high intake of vitamin B6 was inversely associated with risk of stone formation. After adjusting for other dietary factors, the relative risk of incident stone formation for women in the highest category of B6 intake (> or =40 mg/d) compared with the lowest category (<3 mg/d) was 0.66 (95% confidence interval, 0.44 to 0.98). In contrast, vitamin C intake was not associated with risk. The multivariate relative risk for women in the highest category of vitamin C intake (> or =1500 mg/d) compared with the lowest category (<250 mg/d) was 1.06 (95% confidence interval, 0.69 to 1.64). Large doses of vitamin B6 may reduce the risk of kidney stone formation in women. Routine restriction of vitamin C to prevent stone formation appears unwarranted.

02 May 2002

Better Technology for Better Living

Yesterday morning was a perfect morning for running. The sun was streaming through my window as I put on my heart monitor getting ready for a cross country run. Pollen counts are very high and I set my FSCAN to transmit 485653, 483644, 488777, and 486563 for 5 minutes each. I put the electrode wires under my BioPhoton Integrator which will broadcast the frequencies to me as I run. There are two steep hills that will peak out my heart rate. In previous years, I have avoiding running at all during high pollen count days.

This is a great laboratory experiment, fully instrumented and wireless, running on a beautiful morning. I feel absolutely no effects from allergens. I have to slow down a little going uphill to keep my heart rate in the sweet spot. Getting back to my house I break off a maple tree branch and test it. The frequency is 488777. Back in the house, I test positive for pollens so I treat with the FSCAN until I no longer test positive. This was a short run to test the pollen defense strategy and my energy level is as high as before I started running.

01 May 2002

Physicians say benefits of healthcare internet information for patients are significant

Survey of Doctors’ Experience of Patients Using the Internet
Henry W. W. Potts1, PhD; Jeremy C. Wyatt2, DM FRCP

Background: There have been many studies showing the variable quality of Internet health information and it has often been assumed that patients will blindly follow this and frequently come to harm. There have also been reports of problems for doctors and health services following patient Internet use, but their frequency has not been quantified. However, there have been no large, rigorous surveys of the perceptions of Internet-aware doctors about the actual benefits and harms to their patients of using the Internet.
Objective: To describe Internet-literate doctors’ experiences of their patients’ use of the Internet and resulting benefits and problems.
Methods: Online survey to a group of 800 Web-using doctors (members of a UK medical Internet service provider, Medix) in September and October 2001.
Results: Responses were received from 748 (94%) doctors, including 375 general practitioners (50%). Respondents estimated that 1%-2% of their patients used the Internet for health information in the past month with no regional variation. Over two thirds of the doctors considered Internet health information to be usually (20%) or sometimes (48%) reliable; this was higher in those recently qualified. Twice as many reported patients experiencing benefits (85%; 95% confidence interval, 80%-90%) than problems (44%; 95% confidence interval, 37%-50%) from the Internet. Patients gaining actual physical benefits from Internet use were reported by 40% of respondents, while 8% reported physical harm. Patients’ overall experiences with the Internet were judged excellent 1%, good 29%, neutral 62%, poor 9%, or bad <1%. Turning to the impact of patient Internet use on the doctors themselves, 13% reported no problems, 38% 1 problem, and 49% 2 or more problems. Conversely, 20% reported no benefits for themselves, 49% 1 benefit, and 21% 2 or more benefits.
Conclusions: These doctors reported patient benefits from Internet use much more often than harms, but there were more problems than benefits for the doctors themselves. Reported estimates of patient Internet usage rates were low. Overall, this survey suggests that patients are deriving considerable benefits from using the Internet and that some of the claimed risks seem to have been exaggerated.

(J Med Internet Res 2002;4(1):e5)