I got my hands on a copy of the study about Madelung's disease EBOO treatment (Extracorporeal blood oxygenation and ozonation (EBOO) in man. preliminary report. (2000)
It states that the amount of the ozonated blood is usually (250 ml per treatment) too little and that's why the results have before been modest. They developed a machine that could ozonate the whole body's blood within an hour.
One of the authors desided to test the machine personally. They applied the ozone dose of 15 and 20 micrograms/ml blood with blood flow of 100 ml/min for an hour. No clinical problems were observed. The patient (one of the authors) reported after 6 treatments and 3 weeks:
* No particular feelings sensations during the treatment
* Treatment was followed by a sensation of well-being and euphoria, lasting several hours
* No significant changes in blood chemistry or other parameters were found
Two months after the treatment the patient noted the disappeance of two subcutaneous lipomas
, about 6 cm in diameter. The lipomas had been present for several years and were in right deltoid (shoulder) and left lumbar (abdominal segment) areas.
This is why the authors were prompted to test the treatment with a patient with Madelung's disease
(age 54). The patient had a history of surgical removals of the lipomatous masses in various parts of the body. The patient underwent 12 treatments (2 per week for 6 weeks). At the end of this cycle the patient showed reduction in the lipomatous masses
. Two months later had lost further 14 kg and the lipomatous masses had almost completely disappeared
. No changes in blood chemistry or other parameters were found.
The before and after pictures provided here are scans from the original study. Sorry about the poor quality.
File comment: Madelung's disease patient with lipoma tissue all over
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File comment: Lipomatous masses disappeared with EBOO
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The authors repeated the treatment in seven different patients with different conditions. One of them had lipomatosis (male, 64, mentioned before in this thread), others suffered from different conditions such as severe coronary disease, chronic kidney failure and diabetes.Results of 98 EBOO sessions
No side-effects were observed. None of the patients reported any subjective feelings except the feelings of well-being and euphoria that lasted for several hours and improved vision aquity. TBARS (Thiobarbituric Acid Reactive Substances) levels were found to be significantly greater after the filter. PTG levels did not differ significantly. Blood pH was found to significantly shift towards alkalosis 30 minutes after the treatment. Leucocytes, hematocrit, red cells and hemoglobin were not significantly different before and after the filter. Platelets, or thrombocytes, showed a small but significant decrease after each session. Potassium levels were significantly higher at the end of each filter. No changes in Na or Ca were found. All patients experienced at least some sort of improvement; one patient with coronary disease quit medication and did not take it after four months after the treatment.
File comment: Extracorporeal blood oxygenation and ozonation EBOO in man (diagram).
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Now, you tell me how a translocation in our genes explains this?
P.S. Unfortunally I can't post the whole document here because of possible copyright issues, but I will send it privately if someone wants it. Maybe someone with more expertise in medicine gets more out of it that I do. Just PM me.