States that the wavelengths of secondarily emitted rays are
greater than the wavelengths of the primary exciting rays.
DR. ALBERT EINSTEIN’S LAW OF PHOTOCHEMICAL EQUIVALENCE:
States that each absorbed quantum should cause one light
absorbing molecule to react photo-chemically.
Also, according to WALTHER HERMAN NERNST, chain
reactions are produced by continued secondary emanations.
Basic medicine does teach all doctors
that Cancer is an anaerobic phenomenon that is capable of
thriving only in an oxygen-depleted environment, yet
amazingly, this knowledge has shown little application. Only
very recently in the Medical Literature have new medicines
that use oxygen enhancement to treat tumors have shown some
degree of effectiveness.
Medicine/Phototherapy is not taught in Medical Schools
today. Most modern medical professionals have little to no
knowledge of this form of medicine. Fortunately, many
independent minded medical professionals, over decades of
time, have been using BT, UBI and LBI treatment modalities
successfully, inexpensively and with no serious side
effects. Thousands of pages of medical reports have been
written to prove the efficacy of these treatments, but they
are largely ignored, and certainly not publicized by the FDA
and the Pharmaceutical industry.
Given the past successes of light based treatments, it is
difficult to justify the way American medical science
overlooked the many reports of clinical trials in Russian
and East German medical journals and books over the past two
decades, especially given the intense effort to identify
promising approaches to the treatment of HIV and related
The development of multi-drug resistance to antibiotics in
recent years and the search for less toxic therapies have
led to a renewed interest in Light Therapy. Patients are
being treated using this therapy in Tertiary Care Centers
around the country and over 20 million treatments have been
performed around the world to over 2 million people without
incident or death.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has created an
arduous, costly, and detailed process for market entry for
therapies and medicines. Several years and many millions of
dollars are required to get a drug or device approved.
Typically, the drug is created in a laboratory and later
tested to confirm the medical benefit. Medicine has thus
followed the science. One often finds, however, that
alternative therapies are more successful than accepted
medical procedures. Here, medicine has first been shown
effective, but to be approved for general use,
time-consuming, expensive and exhaustive laboratory-based
studies must be undertaken to provide the “scientific
proof”. So here, scientific proof follows the medicine!