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honey_6974

This is a scam.

Electromagnetic therapy is always a scam.

The human body is just not made out of magnetic stuff.

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honey_6974
2 hours ago, Clearme said:

(+) Protons   (-) Electrons  That's what keeps you together!

Please do not add any legitimacy to this scam.

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Wrongfulchoices

They use radiotherapy to treat cancer so I was wondering if anyone has tried this device they say is used to treat many diseases 

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Malcolm

HSV is a piece of double-stranded DNA floating around in the nucleus of your nerve cells. There is no mechanism for this to work.

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OFMDH
8 hours ago, Dontwanthis said:

They use radiotherapy to treat cancer so I was wondering if anyone has tried this device they say is used to treat many diseases 

Radiotherapy/magnets is some attempt seemingly to imply radiation therapy. A cheap device from China with a magnet is not high energy radiation therapy. High energy gamma radiation waves are focused to ablate tissue, meaning to kill cancerous cells. Right now you can kill the neurons using stereotactic radiation aka gamma knife. The machine is huge and over a million dollars. It's done instead of whole brain radiation therapy for brain cancer.  Ucla is now experimenting in other organs than the brain. Theoretically it could be used to kill the neurons in your DRG where hsv resides and cause tumors in your spine most likely.

Some guy selling a magnet connected to a handheld device saying it with resonant with hsv at a magical frequency to break it apart and nothing else? That is a bulllllshiiit scam. 

 

 

 

 

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