biomagnetics


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biomagnetics

A drugless system of vibrational bioenergetics medicine, in which a diagnosis is allegedly made through a device which is said to detect audio frequency electromagnetic waves produced by organs and tissues in the body, and a form of “energy therapy” administered based on the diagnosis.

There are no peer-reviewed studies to suggest that this form of medecine has any diagnostic or therapeutic value.

biomagnetics,

n the scientific study of magnetic fields as applied to living tissue.
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Any interested participants may dial into the Biomagnetics Diagnostics Corp.
Biomagnetics Diagnostics Corporation, through its wholly owned subsidiary, Biospectrum Technologies, Inc.
Over the past few months, we have communicated to our shareholders and business community regarding specific activities Biomagnetics has undertaken to increase share value and obtain additional capital required to bring our products to market without causing further stock dilution.
Expected Department of Defense payoff areas for the BioMagnetICs program include rapid, robust, hand-held bio-detection devices with multi-analyte capability and high sensitivity.
Clayton Hardman, CEO of Biomagnetics, said: "Prior to beginning deliveries of biofuel under the currently signed supply contract, but immediately upon closing of this acquisition, we will be filing several Chinese, US and international patents on this unique formulation of biofuels.
Magnets aren't magic,'' says BarbaraSteele,a Wirral-born BioMagnetic consultant, now working in North Wales.
Global Bio Energy will license the PVA technology to this Chinese entity with Biomagnetics Diagnostics Corporations' fees to be used by the company to complete development of and begin manufacturing of the integrated optical biosensor device, developed in conjunction with Los Alamos national laboratory.
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Clayton Hardman, President of Biomagnetics states, "During the past few months Biomagnetics has been quiet while we were trying to raise the necessary capital to complete the engineering and bring our advanced Integrated Optical Bio Sensor to market.
As part of the transaction, Biomagnetics will receive common shares in the new company, while Biomagnetics is also expected to receive a significant amount of funding at the closing of the transaction.
Not only will the device provide a qualitative tuberculosis diagnosis in a fraction of the time of other testing protocols it will also provide these results at only a fraction of the cost, commented Clayton Hardman, CEO of Biomagnetics Diagnostics.