bioresonance therapy

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bioresonance therapy

Pseudomedicine
A pseudoscientific form of electromagnetic therapy based on the largely discredited “school” of radionics introduced in the US in the 1920s, for which there was no scientific basis then, nor is there now. The device allegedly measures skin-resistance, like Scientology’s E-Meter; the current format claims to cure allergies, sleep disorders, chronic pain, cigarette smoking, chronic fatigue syndrome, hormonal dysfunction, psychosoomatic disease, etc.

There are no data in peer-reviewed literature that suggest that this therapy provides any benefit whatsoever.