CLINICAL, BIOLOGICAL AND ENERGETIC
RESULTS OF CRYOFORM-BASED
by Dr. Edouard TEGAUX, Paris
Summary: observation based on a 5000-patient caseload, presenting the following pathologies, over a period of about 15 years:
- psychological asthenia
- physiological asthenia
- memory problems
- nervous breakdown
- manic-depressive psychosis
- Alzheimer's disease
1 - The prognosis:
Bring to the fore objective control criteria of the biological parameters, both pre and post-treatment.
- Biological CEIA ( Centre Européen d'Informatique et d'Automation ) assessment.
- Energetic assessment: Kirlian effect or electrography.
- Assessment through hair analysis or dermoskeleton spectrophotometry.
2 - Indications, directions for use and specific dosages of the CRYOFORM.
3 - Concerning certain clinical cases.
The prognosis is an assessment that will allow, through the use of current technological methods, the diagnosis of an illness's specific, underlying cause, long before the appearance of the biological, clinical or energetic symptoms.
The treatment will therefore be a preventive treatment, a concept illustrating Claude Bernard's affirmation: "the germ doesn't matter, but the ground definitely does" ( cf: " le microbe n'est rien. le terrain est tout " ).
THE BIOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT：
Among the numerous types of biological assessments currently avalaible the computerized assessment carried out by the CEIA ( Centre Européen d’nformatique et d’Automation ) facilitates the mapping out of a V-curved chart yielding information about the five basic elements common to all patients:
- their biological profiles;
- the state of their immune reactions ( alpha, beta, gamma globulins ) ;
- their energetic potential ;
- the functioning of their various organs ;
- a specific treatment advocated for each distinct case .
The following schematization shows us the different profiles leading to a diagnostic approach.
Standard curve: normal subject / asthenic subject’s curve
ex: nervous breakdown
Curve expressing chronic inflammation
ex: hypercholesterolaemia + dental inflammation
Curve illustrating acute inflammation ( AIDS, LAV+ ) : the same profiles is exhibited in acute allergic phenomena or in inflammations such as appendicitis and phlebitis.
The main interest of this assessment, beyond its "prognosis" value, lies in the fact that is allows us to follow the progress of the curve's various parameters during cellular extractor CRYOFORM therapy, via objective and specific biological blood criterion.
THE ENERGETIC ASSESSMENT：
The energetic assessment is carried our with the help of electrography, also called the “Kirlian effect”.
The Kirlian photograph is defined as a method of fixing on film the quality of the energetic field surrounding every living thing, from plant to man.
Starting with specific cartographies recorded from healthy subjects ( around the feel hands and ears ). it is possible to interpret a picture taken from a sick individual and establish a prognosis.
In the same way, we can use this method to visualize energetic pictures corresponding to a pathology, and follow their progression in the wake of CRYOFORM treatment, by taking pictures, before and after the injections.
The following diagrams show us the various energies that can be visualized around the extremities ( more can be seen on the following pages ).
THE ASSESSMENT THROUGH DERMOSKELETON SPECTROPHOTOMETRY:
Hair analysis facilitates study of trace elements’ correct proportioning within the body, their normality, their glut or deficiencies, as shown on the following diagrams:***
Analyses carried out before, during and after CRYOFORM treatment serve to objectivize the restabilization of the various trace elements within the body.
INDICATIONS, DIRECTIONS FOR USE, AND DOSAGES OF THE CRYOFORM :
1 - NERVOUS BREAKDOWNS：
Whether these breakdowns are mild, average or pronounced, acute or chronic, CRYOFORM often have quick, even spectacular effects, on the patients’ clinical states.
- First stage: the "prognosis", including the establishment of the most precise diagnosis possible.
- Second stage :
* remember the possible existence of an energetic barrier composed of scar tissue.
* external scar: the result of surgery, stenosis or trauma.
* internal scar: adhesion caused by surgery, abortion or curettage.
* the barrier could also be caused by a dental problem ( cavity, granuloma, periodontosis… )
- Third stage : the adjustment of the dosage.
Nervous breakdown is mild and recent: one injection, every third week, of the two CRYOFORM known as “ectoderm and mesoderm” ( 2 ml of each, through intramuscular routes ), should be enough, treatment lasting between 6 months to a year.
Nervous breakdown is average, entailing a double injection every other week for a period of three months, follow by an identical treatment every third week, for another consecutive nine months.
Nervous breakdown is pronounced and chronic: injections can be given at the rate of a double injection per week during three months, followed by a double every 10 or 15 days for the next three to six months, and finally, a double injection every third week for the last six months.
Nervous breakdown is acute: one injection a day, or every other day, can be considered for a short period of time ( a few days ).
When the picture presents a patient receiving strong doses of allopathic medication ( tranquillizers, neuroleptics, anti-depressants ), it is preferable to maintain the treatment already in progress during the initial injection period, to phase it out gradually, once an improvement has been noted on the clinical, biological and energetic levels.
On what levels do the CRYOFORM have an effect?
- on the clinical level: a quick, clear improvement of the whole general condition.
- on the physical level: an improvement, with quicker ideation, a better understanding of events, and, most of all, a marked improvement of the patients' perception of their current problems, better contacts with their circle and a desire to resume normal life.
- on the biological level: in most nervous breakdown cases, the CEIA assessment indicates a decrease of the body's immune reactions, with a curve significantly lopsided to the left.
Over the next three to six months, a more or less stable normalization of this curve takes place, bringing it closer to the mid-point, and signifying a marked improvement of these immune reactions.
Furthermore, several other parameters become normalized:
- The disappearance or deficiency of the energetic aura, visualized through the Kirlian effect, tends to correct itself, to form a more compact energetic field.
- The organs most often affected in these depressive phenomena, such as the spleen, the liver, the thymus and the intestines, as well as the endocrine glands, tend to resume normal functioning.
- Concerning the proportioning of the trace elements, these show a progressive normalization of their metabolism, clearly visible on the diagrams.
2 - MEMORY PROBLEMS:
Whether these problems have vascular, senescent or traumatic roots, the therapeutic improvement attained through CRYOFORM administration is constant and reveals itself within six months to a year.
3 - SEXUAL ASTHENIA:
In the absence of an underlying organic pathology, sexual asthenias ensuing from either psychic or global asthenia are significantly improved by CRYOFORM, and rather quickly at that.
A “resurgence” of sexuality is felt by the patient, along with a marked increase in libido. for men as well for women.
4 - MANIC-DEPRESSIVE PSYCHOSIS
The true manic-depressive condition is much harder to treat via CRYOFORM for in general, patients seek such treatment much too late, already burdened with ill - considered therapeutic overdoses ( 20 to 30 tablets per day ).
A long and exacting therapy must then be undertaken, over a period of 2 to 3 years including drainage and restabilization through non - aggressive methods, which must be earned out concurrently with CRYOFORM injections.
The stabilization of this illness can be objectivized according to previously defined criterion, after a period of 2 to 3 years only.
5 - ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE :
Alzheimer's disease, or senile dementia, is characterized on the clinical level by an ageing of neuronal cells, resulting in disorganized behavior, memory problems and aphasic, apractic and agnostic disorders.
Lengthy experimentation practised upon patients afflicted with this illness and treated with CRYOFORM allows us to make three observations:
- with regular, uninterrupted treatment, it is possible, not only to stabilize the illness but even to improve some of the affected functions ( behavioral disorders, asthenia memory problems ).
- everything hinges on the stage of the illness at the inception of CRYOFORM treatment; of course, the sooner it begins, the better the results, both on the clinical level and on the biological exams and energetic tests.
- This is one of the most difficult neurological illnesses that can be treated via micrceptors; the percentage of failures remains high.
6- SPASMOPHILIA :
For patients suffering from spasmophilia, CRYOFORM constitute a quick, efficient and permanent therapy, provided that proper indications are set down The term “spectacular results” can be used in connection with this syndrome.
On the biological and spectrophotometric levels, the calcium-potassium-magnesium imbalances are rapidly restored.
CONCERNING TWO CLINICAL CASES :
1 - Mr. X, 45 years old, seeks advice about a so-called "chronic" nervous breakdown ( of more than 25 years' duration ).
Therapy consists in the daily ingestion of 36 tablets ( neuroleptics, anti-depressants, sleeping pills ).
After the establishment of a complete prognosis, with the aim of mapping out a chart depicting the progression of. his entire illness, the decision is made to administer a double injection of CRYOFORM, once a week for the first month, then once every ten days for the next three months, followed by one injection every other week for another three months and, finally, one injection per three week period afterwards.
After 15 days of treatment, this patient tells us that he changed his shirt three times a day during these 15 days: he is eliminating all medicinal toxins from his body.
After three months, he has virtually stopped allopathic therapy.
After a year, he can be looked upon as stable on the clinical, biological and energetic levels.
2 - Madam Y, 35, a manic-depressive of ten years' standing, with hereditary roots ( both parents were manic-depressive ) ; having undergone lengthy and massive therapy ( specifically, she is under the influence of lithium ).
After one year's treatment, at the rate of one double injection of CRYOFORM ( ectoderm-mesoderm ) every other week, the lithium is eliminated, as well as all other therapies.
The patient's condition seems stable.
Therefore, a dosage of one double injection per three weeks is deemed sufficient.
After five years of CRYOFORM therapy, this patient no longer presents any manicdepressive disorder.
1 - The prognosis constitutes an essential element in the specific diagnosis of an incipient illness, then in the study of the patient's progress during treatment and finally, in the long-term prognosis and "a posteriori" controls of CRYOFORM action.
2 - Any cause of energetic barrier ( surgical scar or trauma, dental seat ), must be detected, since the CRYOFORM effect will then be either lessened or completely voided.
3 - CRYOFORM therapy induces:
- an energetic restabilization of the organism;
- a regulation of internal metabolisms;
- a global and non-specific increase of the immune reactions.
The unmistakable improvement of what is commonly called “the ground” is therefore the main effect of CRYOFORM - based therapy.
The action is achieved through a reactivation of the nervous system and the mesenchyme derivatives, by way of a resonance effect at the touch of the embryo’s superactivated tissue extracts, the CRYOFORM.
4 - The daily use of this therapy over a 15-year period allows us to state that it is absolutely non-poisonous; no allergic phenomenon has ever been observed.
5 - The positive results attained, in relation to a significant sampling of patients presenting various cases of severs pathology, especially in neuropsychiatry and neurology, establish CRYOFORM as powerful therapeutic methods, to be combined with other medications or used singly, and destined for a brilliant future, as evidenced the increasing number of clinical cased previously described.
IN VETERINARY PRACTICE
by Dr. Jean-Hugues Petitjean, Paris Veterinary Surgeon
The "CRYOFORM" (*)--- ectoderm, mesoderm and thymus--- have been used in veterinary medicine for three years, under our supervision, in domestic flesh-eaters pathology cases.
The most interesting fields are those where standard treatment methods prove insufficient, dangerous, even non-existent, that is to say, geriatrics, viral diseases and degenerative ailments, cancers and chronic myelopathies.
The CRYOFORM seem to stimulate the homologous tissues of treated animals, through a resonance effect: therefore, their action takes place on the energetic level.
Cats and dogs weighing 20 kilos or less, have always had positive reactions to dosages equal to one half of the average human dosage. For larger animals, dosages must generally be increased.
Except in cases of extreme exhaustion, injections must generally be repeated every third week..
1 - GERIATRICS :
Three major indications have bee noted:
- cardiac insufficiency;
- after-effects of acute kidney insufficiency;
- degenerative myelopathies;
- for the elderly dog, afflicted with cardiac arrythmia and carrying clear valvular lesions, the double
injection of ectoderm-mesoderm, repeated twice after an interval of three weeks, improves briskness and
general state of health and, in most cases, will allow the subsequent use of only minor cardiac
- for cats and dogs, acute uremia crises caused by kidney insufficiency can occur, following standard
resuscitation ( solutions, IVs, diuretics ) ; the maintenance of the degenerated renal parenchyma is made
possible via CRYOFORM injections, spaced out exactly as outlined above.
Coupled with a diet low in protein and soda and mild plant-based diuretics, this therapy, while
avoiding repeated cystitises, helps the animal to come out of its torpor and to recover its appetite by
stimulating the nervous system, the immune functions and by quickly neutralizing the kidney's
- moreover, elderly dogs ( generally belonging to the sheperd breed ) afflicted with chronic degenerative
myelopathy are frequently seen in consultation; they demonstrate increasingly pronounced hind-quarter
weakness, with, in extreme cases, paresisparalysis of the lower members, accompanied by enuresis.
- reflexes are normal, sometimes increased, and underlying sensitivity is retained.
The combination of acupuncture / Group B vitamins and trace elements is efficient, over a period of 15 days.
The addition of CRYOFORM ( "ectoderm-mesoderm" ) puts back the need for a second session to 2 months, the pain and the enuresis stopping the day after the injections.
2- CANCEROLOGY :
This is a thankless field, but an interesting one for the veterinary surgeon, for it "offers" the therapist sadly ruined organisms, on the biological and clinical levels, which allows him or her to study the limits of any type of therapeutic method.
Combinations of trace elements ( manganese, zinc, selenium and germanium ) and vitamins ( A, C and E ) are used in synergy with CRYOFORM as well as phytotherapeutic and/or allopathic medications, in order to sustain the heart and emunctories ( liver and kidneys ).
The use of the "ectoderm” CRYOFORM always causes an improvement in the animal's revival rate, the return of its appetite and a desire to move about.
Even in the terminal stage ( ulcerated metastasized spleen cancer, spreading lung cancer ), this improvement is clearly seen; injections must be repeated every week.
Combination with the "mesoderm" CRYOFORM is obligatory, if only to improve the vascular environment of the turnouts ), as well as to activate the body of mesenchymes, the producers and maturators of lymphocytes.
Twice, the sole use of mesoderm resulted in an unmistakable decrease of tumoral volume:
- one case of multicentral lymphosarcoma; axillary and retropharyngeal ganglions were shrunk in a ratio of 20 to 1, in the space of 10 days.
- one case of high medullary compressive tumour; paralysis of the 4 members and progressively aggravating incontinence over a ten-day period.
Administering the product resulted in the lifting of the paralysis and a return to normal sphincter control, within 24 hours.
The sole use of the CRYOFORM "thymus" having been found responsible for the aggravation of tumoral progression ( three cases of mammary and bronchial cancer ), it is no longer used in cancerology.
Since the thymus was taken from embryos, its messages came mainly from the immunosuppressive fractions; nowadays, we use a juvenile-thymus extract---Thymex Lnd --- enzyme-rich and endowed with immunostimulating properties.
The combination of juvenile thymus, trace elements, vitamins and CRYOFORM ( ectoderm-mesoderm ), injected repeatedly, results in unusually high levels of comfort and life extension, Two examples:
*insulinoma in a 13-year old dog: operated one year ago, its blood insulin rate went from 14 to 24, then to 36 U.I.; in the beginning,, glycaemia wavered between 0,6 and 0.45 g / l.
Diazoxide was used to cure the hypoglycemia.
The above-mentioned therapeutic synergy succeeded initially in reducing the insulinemia from 24 to 15 U.I, within 2 months, while allowing the suppression of hyperglycemics; glucose=0.85 to 1g / l.
Three months later, treatment having been discontinued a relapse occurred, the rate shooting up to 36 U.I. which was lowered to 23 U.I within 2 months; glucose was maintained at 0,90 g / l. without chemotherapy.
In this instance, CRYOFORM injections were repeated every other week, which seems to been the minimal therapy allowable in the acute phase of cancer development.
The general condition remains excellent, thirteen months after surgery.
*grade 3 testicular mastocytoma; a 20-year old dog, seen for the first time and afflicted with pronounced dyspnea and lateral decubitus with considerable spreading of the tumoral area. X-rays suggest the presence of pulmonary metastases. The use of vitamins, cardiac stimulants diuretics and thymus allowed the animal to pick up and to undergo the removal of its tumour, under local anesthesia, a few weeks later.
1 - VIRAL DISEASES
For the past few years, the cat has experienced a renewed outbreak of severe retrovirosis ( FeLV or FiV ), whose presence is associated with extreme immunodeficiency.
It can be a tumour carrier, but most often presents respiratory or digestive symptoms ( diarrhea vomiting, anorexia, weight loss, gingivitis, chronic cough ) or again, anemia and a strongly pronounced leucopenia ( particularly common in young animals ).
Once again, the combination of trace elements, juvenile thymus and CRYOFORM ( ectoderm-mesoderm ) leads to the recovery of greatly jeopardized clinical situations.
A few failures were recorded in relation to the use of foetal immunosuppressive thymus.
Once it has been replaced with juvenile thymus with a view to immuno-stimulation, it can sometimes be used., for example on exaggeratedly anemic young animals.
The ectoderm- mesoderm CRYOFORM are then the only way of reviving these cats, to some degree, and to grant them the subsequent opportunity of receiving, or rather submitting to, a severe stimulation of the bone marrow, through thymus or more specific extracts.
The immediate combination of the three is possible for the adult cat: for example, leucocytes have been known to rise from 3100 to 5400/mm within 2 months; the improvement of the general condition is steady. The regression of standard respiratory and digestive symptoms occurs quickly, within a few days, provided the subject is not over-dehydrated and is able to keep on drinking.
Animals who are merely HIV+ and not clinically affected can, all the more so, be kept from developing this via this therapeutic approach.
They become more robust than before; it is perhaps possible that a serological reconversion could take place, given these strong immune conditions ( it already happens in about a third of all cats infected by the street virus, who eliminate it spontaneously ).
The CRYOFORM "ectoderm-mesoderm" are absolutely non-poisonous, non-allergenic, and can be used for all cases of organic fatigue ( up to extreme exhaustion, where their effect is still objectifiable ).
The foetal thymus should be reserved to allergic and / or auto-immune ailments, where the stimulation of the suppressive lymphocytes ( type "T" ) is indicated ( diabetes, multiocular sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, etc. ).
The combination of CRYOFORM and trace elements, such as trace vitamins, seems to be a major weapon for the small animals' geriatry arsenal.
Both are catalysts of the normal, differentiated tissue activity.
However, without CRYOFORM, we could not duplicate the previously quoted results, even in the presence of vitamins and trace elements, which remain adjuvants, decidedly essential, but secondary nonetheless.
Severe viral ailments or degenerative diseases of the animal are privileged fields where the effect of such products can be studied, where effective therapeutic schemes can be elaborated, possibly applicable to humans later on --- why not ?--- since man is very often prey to similar, if not identical ailments.
( * ) Definition of the term “ CRYOFORM ”:
Neologism designating micromolecular complexes taken from animal embryos, serving as vectors to has normal electro---magnetic transmissions of various tissues and also playing the role of model in the organism in which they are inserted, by stimulating and amplifying homologous oscillatory phenomena ".
MINUTES OF THE MEETING HELD ON
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7th, 1987
Subject: New discoveries in AIDS treatment.
Clinical assessmeent of 20 cases, the treatment base being
the use of force field carrying biological extracts,
prepared by the biologist Dr.Raymond Bontemps.
Approximately thirty people were assembled around Dr. Bontemps: numerous doctors, but also veterinarians, physicists and a few observers.
The study of “ Acquired Immuno-Deficiency Syndrome " ( A.I.D.S. ) is an opportunity, for biologists and doctors alike, to revise their arsenal of antiviral weaponry.
Indeed, this illness is linked to the proliferation of a retrovirus that causes the entire immune function to collapse.
Any organism affected by such a virus is then subjected to an extreme breakdown brought about by the infections and degenerations involving more or less all tissues, and especially the " rapid turnover " ones.
During this meeting, the way in which individuals could contract this virus was debated at length, as were the differences between HIV+ individuals and clinical patients.
Serological tests and certain evaluation systems of the immune potential, can be used to detect subjects affected by the virus ( unfortunately, not all of them ), as well as to assess their possible reactions to the infection.
The standard therapy administered in hospitals is composed of antiviral medications ( interferon or AZT ), or tends to take over from the failing immune function ( interleukin ).
Presently, as is the case for any viral illness, these methods, even though costly for the community, are without real mid and long-term effects.
In order to be efficient, we must be able to tackle me problem backwards; rather than fight these hard-to-reach viral particles head on. Research must study the Host's capacity to resist them.
We should note at once that only a small fraction of the contaminated individuals becomes sick immediately.
It is only later, due to a weakening of the immune function, that gradually aggravating symptoms begin to appear ( asthenia, weight loss, tumoral or ganglionic effects, Kaposi’s Sarcoma, respiratory and digestive signs, followed by inescapable death, after a few months ).
The HIV virus, a typical feature of AIDS, is often accompanied by other viruses, such as herpes or shingles ( zona ).
An initial attack of the latter can also weaken an organism and very significantly lower its ability to resist HIV virus, should it encounter it.
The medical team assembled around Dr. R. Bontemps therefore practises a policy in keeping with these facts: by strengthening the immune function, it seems to be possible to place the organism beyond the reach of any viral attack, particularly in the case of the HIV.
So FOR ,twenty cases have been treated with the force-field carrying biological extracts that activate the immunosupportive tissues.
Four of these patients were there on November 7, to share their experience of the treatment.
A precise injection scheme, repeated weekly, results in the disappearance of any sign of illness, in the space of 4 months, even on subjects treated in the terminal stage.
The remarkable efficiency of these extracts was confirmed by veterinary experimentation; the feline species, also affected by a virus similar to human HIV and prone to develop the same syndrome, responds to this identical treatment from the first injections. Of course, in such cases the placebo effect is absolutely void.
The conclusions drawn from these preliminary works are plain:
* IFTHE INDIVIDUALS are affected by a virus ( such as HIV, for example ) and develop a clinical condition, it is because their immune system is already deficient ( a fact that can be measured ).
This can happen for multiple causes:
- Repeated and often useless inoculations that monopolize the body's specific defense potential and even
more so, its non-specific potential.
- Once again, we are in the presence of faulty prevention of these illnesses, especially the viral ones, that
hospital doctors can only treat by compensating for symptoms of a secondary nature.
- A diet lacking in natural vitamins ( mainly B, C and F ) and in trace elements, catalysts essential to all
- The disruption of the original paces of daily life; fatigue; stress.
- THE ANTIVIRAL STRUGGLE, CONDUCTED WITH THE CURRENT METHODS, is neither
reasonable ( after-effects ) , nor logical ( negation of the Hos t), nor even profitable ( uncertain efficiency
coupled with high costs ).
- URGENT RESEARCH must be undertaken in order to accumulate clinical cases, including precise
medical follow-up case files, for viral ailments ( especially HIV ) and degenerative diseases.
The objective is to perfect optimal treatment solutions seeking to stimulate the functions of the organism instead of merely trying to act as their substitute, particularly in relation to the immune function.
These objectives are Chose of the R. established in Paris, Geneva and Montreal. BONTEMPS INSTITUTE presently being established in Paris, Geneva and Montreal.
Under this name, several health professionals have associated themselves in order to practise this type of therapy.
Initial successes have already been won, against extremely severe ailments such as:
- numerous neoplasms of high - grade malignancy. The body of so-called " viral " illnesses ( herpes, shingles, AIDS );
- certain severe degenerative ailments of the nervous system ( Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease , multiocular sclerosis ) ;
- nuclear irradiation bums.
The prognosis of these illnesses has been irrevocably altered, as well as their cost to Society; in fact, 80 % of Social Welfare expenses are given over to these seriously ill people, who make up only 5 % of its contributors.
On the other hand, an overview of thirty years of biological extracts' use allows us to confirm not only their efficiency, but also their absolute long-term harmlessness.
Clinical Research in this intervention sector therefore appears to be a topical priority, in private consultation and within the Institute itself.
Dr. RAYMOND BONTEMPS HERVÉ JANECEK
HIV STUDY AND VARIOUS TREATMENTS
SUCH AS CRYOFORM
by Dr. S. Jacques, Paris
The HIV virus is an RNA virus, comprising 110 distinct proteins;
It targets the cells that support cellular immunity, such as type ***lymphocytes, as well as monocytes, the ultimate "virus ponds".
Penetration and stocking points in the organism are the mucous, followed by the serous membranes, blood, sperm, saliva and tears.
Contamination from one individual to another occurs via the blood stream or sexual contact; there may possibly be other virus penetration methods, not involving human beings ( ie. mosquito bites,… ).
There are two theories explaining the potential proliferation of the virus within the organism:
- the organism is sensitive to the virus; the HIV invasion is bilaterally "accepted" and, whatever the concentration of virus in the mucous membranes, virus and host are highly compatible.
- the organism has been unduly weakened by inappropriate treatments: antibiotherapy, a bad diet, stress ...
the virus then finds a choice ground to proliferate.
We can actually say, after having taken some samples from healthy subjects ( 20 non HIV carries, that a natural deficiency of the immune reactions does exist; the ratio * / * can reach 0,80 without manifest HIV infection.
The reasons underlying such a state of deficiency are certainly numerous, but we believe that untimely treatments with antibiotics and antiseptics can lead to a certain imbalance, through the non-stimulation of these very same defenses.
Furthermore, stress, anguish, anxiety, nervous breakdowns, according to Hammer's works, are responsible for a deficiency in these defenses and could be the cause of cancer inception, or of an eventual HIV invasion.
These products of biological research provide a biophysical stimulation, through the resonance of embryonic cellular extracts with the sick organism's tissues. This high level of stimulation presents both benefits and drawbacks.
- the major and sole drawback I could encounter relates to emergency cases
The organism is then undoubtedly engaged in a process of immune destructuring, and in a psychic one as well, and we can glimpse the lesions an HIV infection can inflict on the central nervous system ( ref: the works of Pr. Gallo, NYC ) as well as on the liver, heart, spleen. Emergency cases are therefore not accessible to CRYOFORM.
In order to prove their efficiency, these require the organism to be put back in phase, in a permanent and durable fashion, to become capable of performing its own proteinic, hormonal syntheses, etc. as well as its own catabolism.
In these cases of acute pathology, it is necessary to call upon other extracts, which will play the role of "diagram" to the electromagnetic message enclosed in the CRYOFORM, whether they are prepared from ectoderm, mesoderm, thymus or an "ate".
CRYOFORM undertake cellular reinformation; indeed, the lymphocytes, favored targets of the HIV virus, are not only partially destroyed, but also find their immune function disturbed; for example, the loss of “immune memory” translates into an incapacity to recognize the invade, but also in the incapacity to muster the means of fighting this invader.
This cellular reinformation is not short-lived; it persists, once has inserted into an organism, at least a week for the most seriously affected subjects, and up to three weeks for “merely” HIV+ individuals.
In relation to Niehans's cellulotherapy, for example, CRYOFORM therapy is non-allergenic and will allow reinduction at any moment, depending on need, without triggering the manifestation of anaphylactic or allergenic reactions.
These products’ mode of operation allow us to suppose that they bring the cells message of “good mutual synchronization”, while also providing the quantum of energy essential to that functioning.
In combination with CRYOFORM (ectoderm and mesoderm), we frequently use ozone.
With its bactericidal, fungicidal and viricidal properties, it allows the explosion of these micro-organisms, which are then reinjected with the blood, thus enhancing, if not their own destruction, at least an auto-vaccination that cannot harm the living being.
The ozone, by providing it with free radicals, also brings energy to the organism, which is totally asthenic and devoid of fighting spirit, once affected by a viral pathology.
Through the ozone, cellular respiration, the very same one inhibited by modem life, stress, or faulty diet, is revitalized.
The natural weakness induced can subsequently facilitate the manifestation of cancer and, for the individual "at risk", increases the probability of viral counting.
Number of sick persons: 60
Type of treatment:
- treatment by ozone+ CRYOFORM = 33
- treatment by ozone+ CRYOFORM + AZT (Retrovir) = 25
- treatment by ozone+ CRYOFORM + Interferon=2
Treatment by ozone and CRYOFORM:
In any sick person, there is always an initial decrease in the number of T4s, dangerous insofar as this decrease can generate opportunist infections.
The patient is then taken to the hospital, where an antibiotic treatment is set up, resulting in a proportional reduction of the defenses (mycosis, bacteria).
When the "T4 decrease" corner has been passed, we notice an upsurge, almost a mobilization, of the lymphocytic mass and an increase in the number of T4s, as early as the second and third months.
This mobilization followed by proliferation does not stop, but culminates at near-normal T4 rates.
The other parameters *, beta-microglobulins IgG – IgM - IgA, are not affected during CRYOFORM treatment.
We can therefore state that the CRYOFORM operate solely on the "T" lymphocytic line and on the stability of the count and of the blood formula. If it is still present and in circulation in the organism (a possibility in the absence of P24 antigenemic check), the virus can therefore find a choice ground within the blood stream.
By stimulating the lymphocytic and monocytic lines, the virus has all the elements it needs to renew itself and create a new, massive contamination.
It is therefore imperative, before beginning CRYOFORM treatment, to check the negativity of the P24 antigenemia.
RFFECT ON THE A.I.D.S. DISEASE:
All the cases we've treated were AIDS or FAS. We've rarely had patients who were merely HIV+ in consultation.
About the illness, we have rather scattered results so far; the following must be set apart:
- Kaposi’s Sarcoma
- Pneumocystis pneumonia
- Cerebral toxoplasmosis
- Shingles (zona)
1 - Kaposi’s Sarcoma:
Although it is not one of the deadly pathologies, this ailment creates an enormous amount of internal disturbance, not to mention the prejudices caused by its unsightliness; so requests for treatment tend to be numerous.
For the two people treated via CRYOFORM, total regression has never occurred, but the patient who was able to receive CRYOFORM treatment first and foremost was stabilized.
For the second patient, CRYOFORM were used concurrently with an alpha* -A interferon treatment; in this case, we were able to witness the disappearance of all functional symptomatology, as well as the suppression of all skin blotches.
This disappearance has remained stable for a period of 2 years, without any upsurge of opportunist infections.
Furthermore, for the first patient, the few blotches remaining after stabilization did not cause any illness included in the AIDS pathology.
Could we say that they regressed to a simple HIV+ stage ?
2- Pneumocystis pneumonia
Here, the problem is more complex, insofar as it is the consequence of a significant weakening of the organism defenses, with a T/T ratio in most cases equal to 0,1 or 0,2
Treatment implementation has no effect whatsoever on the pneumocystis pneumonia and, for the moment, only the sulfonamide treatment (BACTRIM nd) is efficacious.
The significant difference lies in the duration of the ilness, the thermic decrease and the respiratory insufficiency, which disappears quickly after three day’s administration of BACTRIM nd, at the rate of 14g per person per day.
In reality, the normal duration of such an infection is 8 days, with a 40℃ fever.
Due to the CRYOFORM, the repercussions become simple: the recovery of some energy, and physical strength, the lack of respiratory after-effects are patient, regardless of the patient’s age and previous state of health.
The continuation of the ozone-based treatment provides some measure of protection against “pneumocystitis carini”; while it is not all encompassing, it is remains sufficient to ensure a low relapse rate ( between 1 to 12% ).
In the case , CRYOFORM can only play the role of regenerative adjuvants, leading to an improvement of the asthenia and a better adaptation of the body to hydric loss caused by 你 cryptococcus.
Direct action on the diarrhea can be obtained through repeated ozone enemas.
CRYOFORM, combined to a carefully adapted diet, will be used as "boosters" , or regenerators.
4- Cerebral toxoplasmosis:
Among the three cases of cerebral toxoplasmosis treated, two ended tragically ( the deaths could not be linked to a cerebral lesion ).
However, we can undoubtedly say that the use of the CRYOFORM “ectoderm” leads to an almost complete recovery of cerebral function, probably through the enrichment of the number of synapses, which permits the erasement or gumming of the lesions.
Since it was impossible to require an autopsy, we could not verily the fate of these lesions.
For the only case presently under treatment, hospital care was able to suppress sulfonamide therapy, considering the disappearance *** and the adequate recovery of cerebral functions.
For the record, let us point that sulfonamide-based antibiotherapy is maintained for the, in cerebral toxoplasmosis cases; in this particular case, the control scanner was unable to bring the initially detected lesion to the fore.
5- Shingles (zona)
For this horrible illness, a precursor of HIV in most cases, CRYOFORM therapy consisting of three injections of ectoderm, mesoderm and thymus obtains results that appear little short of "miraculous".
Painful symptomatology totally disappears and, within 6 days, there are no perceivable vesicular traces on the body.
Asthenia disappears within hours of the first injections
The sole unknown factor, reinformation, played a role during the first few hours, compensating for the immune deficiency; in order to protect himself, the patient must pursue the therapy.
As far as post-zosterian pains are concerned, this reinformative therapy eliminates them completely.
CRYOFORM therapy seems to be a significant weapon against the HIV pathology.
Looking back over on the past year and a half, we can state that the asthenic symptoms, the appetite loss, the lack of interest towards work or family, can be perfectly circumvented through this therapy.
In these patients' cases, the standard picture of a bed-ridden, hospitalized moribund has been relegated to the souvenir album.
As for biological results, type T3, T4, T* cells, natural killers and * lymphocytes reach sub-normal levels perfectly capable of sustaining life, thereby ensuring maximum protection against opportunist illnesses and protecting the patient against physical degeneration.
An experience of a year a half in the use of these products and therapies allows us to state that we have discovered a new therapy, called "informative"; from now on, we can safely say that it has been tried and tested.
by Dr. Yves Norolles
Ex-intern, Paris Hospitals
Senior Registrar to the Faculty
Neurology is the medical profession's most challenging field
Indeed, the brain is an organ that allows little "in vivo" understanding of pathological, and especially biochemical, phenomena; as a result, suggested standard therapies are often disappointing.
In the organism, the neuron is the only cell that does not reproduce itself; neuronic loss is therefore beyond all therapeutic help.
But the nervous tissue is gifted with a certain plasticity, allowing other neurons to take over the functions lost by wasted neurons.
As an energetic therapy, “CRYOFORM” acting on the cellular level in order to reproduce the initial information could avoid the degeneration of the neuronic cells and support tissue ( glia cells ) and probably enhance neuronic plasticity through the involvement of new routes, or circuits.
We will first present our observation of a 13-year old girl, affected by a cerebral stem tumor.
Her past history listed a single lymphocytic meningitis, at the age of eight.
Inception goes back to June 1985, with the development of a proportional paralysis of the right side ( hemiplegia ) in the space of 8 days ( staring with the low member ), accompanied by right-sided hypoesthesia, horizontal diplopia in leftward lateral vision (via the effect on the external left ocular motor nerve) and vertical nystagmus, without any cephalalgia or vomiting
The cerebral scanner, with or without the injection of a contrasting substance, revealed a partially calcified tumoral progress of the left ponto-peduncular area, surrounded by hypodensity ( possibly correspond to the oedema ) and forcing the fourth ventricle back and to the right ( illustration no.1 ).
A vertebral bilateral angiography demonstrated a forward reversal of the basilar stem and a slight gap between the upper frontal cerebellar arteries.
There was no neovascularization, either at the arterial level, or at the capillary level.
The patient received 50 grays between July 2nd and July 9th, along with antioedematous treatment by ACTH synthesis.
CRYOFORM were introduced on July 26th, at an intensive rate --- 7 vials per month of the "ectoderm, mesoderm and thymus" tissues, for three months, via intramuscular injections.
My first examination of this patient took place on September 16th, 1985.
Right-sided hemiparesis and hypoesthesia persisted, along with an internal strabismus of the left eye, still accompanied by the diplopia and vertical nystagmus.
The cerebral scanner carried out on October 2nd, 1985 ( illustration no. 2 ) looked more or less identical to the first one, although it showed no oedema; the tumour is still partially calcified nearly three months and a half later, the contrasting substance creating little change in hyperdensity tonality.
A magnetic resonance print was taken on the same day, through short echo spin ( a restricted examination, for technical reason---see illustration no.3 ): it brought to the fore a lesion with hyper-intense heterogeneous signal and isodense center of upper protuberential topography, in regard to the middle left cerebellar peduncle.
The lack of long echo spin did not allow us to define the precise nature of this lesion.
The young girl kept recovering so well that she could resume normal schooling activities; the 3-CRYOFORM therapy was kept up for a year, at a rate of one treatment per month.
A third scanner, carried out on November 27th, 1985, after the right-sided hemiplegia and hypoesthesia had disappeared, showed a lesion of identical size, presenting a slight spontaneous hyperdensity and capturing the contrast in the corona ( illustration no. 4 ).
In January 1986, the examination could only disclose a slight right-sided facial paralysis and the horizontal diplopia, in the extreme leftward vision; right-handed writing ability was normal.
A fourth scanner was carried out on April 18, 1986 ( illustration no. 5 ): lesion volume had clearly receded, as had the repressing effect against the fourth ventricle.
The contrast heightening seemed homogeneous and intense enough in the higher part of the process, accompanied by persistent contrast heightening in the corona, in the lower protuberential part.
A second magnetic resonance print was taken on December 3rd, 1986 ( illustration no. 6 ); it objectivized the almost total disappearance of the lesion ( a week signal persisting during the weighted sequences in long echo spin ), without any repressing effect against adjoining structures.
In March 1988, diplopia was still perceivable in the extreme leftward vision
All treatment had been interrupted for over a year; growth and schooling continued in a satisfactory manner.
In conclusion, the favorable clinical and radiological progress of the partially calcified protuberential tumour cannot have been caused by the irradiation of the cerebral stem, which represented a rather limited aspect of the therapeutic action.
This observation remains incomprehensible when CRYOFORM intervention is not taken into account.
A case of Friedreich's ataxia treated with CRYOFORM, from a vantage point of two and a half years:
A twenty-five year old patient has been under our care since the beginning of 1986. The onset of the disease took place at age 16, via a slow, progressive aggravation of his initial difficulty in walking and keeping his balance.
The examination detected a cerebellospastic walk and a moderate motor defect of the anterior external cells; osteotendinous reflexes were gone, except for the decidedly weak achillean reflex.
There was a pyramidal syndrome of the lower members, with defensive reflexes and bilateral Babinski’s reflex.
Sensitivity connected toe positioning was lowered and the range of the positioning was unperceivable at lower member extremity level ( both members ).
There was a cerebellar syndrome of the 4 members as well, with dysmetria and hypotonia; and, finally, a left-bearing nystagmus in the leftward horizontal vision.
The electrocardiogram presented extended repolarization difficulties; in the electromyogram, we detected a chronic axonopathy showing little sign of evolution.
SKIN SURFACE and CRYOFORM
Dr Saint-Jean. Paris
1- DEEP SKIN WOUND
In this case, an experimental "grating" excision technique is used on the guinea-pig, producing a notting-type dorsal wound composed of 12 square segments, each measuring 1 cm sideways, and separated by a 0,2 cm gap of healthy skin.
These netting "stiches" become the starting point of the regenerative process the deep excision affects the entire mobil cutaneous level, thus entailing the removal of the skin muscle.
For a month, animals undergoing treatment receive, every six days, not excluding the actual excision day, a 0,5 ml subcutaneous injection of CRYOFORM "M" and of CRYOFORM "C", administrated separately.
A comparison between treated and untreated animals brings out, from the fourth day, a visible difference in the healing process: the guinea-pigs undergoing treatment present rosier stitches of healthy skin, with more clearly defined sides.
On the ninth day, the crusted area is on the decrease, while cutaneous regeneration has ended around the fortieth day for treated animals ( unscarred tissue, normal pilosity ), whereas untreated ( or control ) animals still present numerous star-shaped scars, the undoubted manifestation of a significant retraction of the initial expanse of destroyed tissue.
This spontaneous progress, which occurs without either or covering, is illustrated by the photographs of two shorn animals, taken on the fifty-eighth day one was treated ( PICA ), the other was not ( N PICA ).
Three major principles were noted through the observation of localised progress brought about by this treatment:
- the filling of wounds, precocious and retraction-free; a return to normal flexibility and mobility, without any hypertrophic tendency.
- good epidermization, without scar tissue, thanks to a new dermis of excellent quality, and well-vascularized underlying tissues.
- the animals under study exhibit no painful reaction when they are pinched.
Therefore, it seems evident that CRYOFORM exert a highly favorable healing action on deep experimental wounds.
2 - DEEP BURN
Right-hand bum caused by an alcohol-laden bandage enflamed by gasfire; the subject, a printing-shop employee in her fifties, had accidentally sprained her right wrist in March of 1983, This person’s general state of health affected by characteristic anxiety, could lead to the subsequent appearance of sympathetic algodystrophy.
The CRYOFORM treatment is applied 15 days after the accident, starting with " M " and following up with " C " the day after, this therapeutic effect is visible from the sixth day: the corticole will be applied on the eleventh day, in order to reduce the wounds' granulation slightly, even though it is moderate.
Progress is good. CRYOFORM " M " and " C " are administered again, fifteen days after treatment inception, or exactly one month after the initial accident ( the injections are given separately, at different points ). An identical treatment is repeated two weeks later.
The outside surface of the fingers is completely healed over by the forthieth day of CRYOFORM treatment; the CRYOFORM are administered once more two and a half months after the initial burn; following this treatment, the lady got on a plane and returned to her Corsican home, without experiencing algodystrophy.
These results cannot be explained away by more localized care or the use of healing adjuvants and did not require skin-grafting they were evidently caused by the basic activity of the CRYOFORM on the burnt and precociously excised integuments.
This clinical data is confirmed by other " bum-type " skin injuries treated with CRYOFORM. As an example, we can quote a case of deep lower member bums caused by boiling depilatory wax; this person had been receiving hospital care for seventeen weeks, as an oupatient. Her state of health, which had so far remained stationary and was characterized by large oozing wounds, suddenly improved: within two weeks, these wounds dried up and were covered by a thin protective layer of skin. Complete cutaneous regeneration took place within two months, without skin-grafting, the epidermization relying on the germinal foundation of the surviving hair follicles.
Finally, we will recall a facial scalding caused by a car radiator. Treated with CRYOFORM " M " and " C " just a few hours after the accident, the young man in question obtained perfect epidermization, scar-free and completely retraction-free.
3 - FROSTBITTEN EXTREMITIES
This case presents frostbitten toes, incurred in the mountain. A twenty-nine year old climber suffered a deep case of frostbite to the big right toe during one of his ascents. Although it was not treated with CRYOFORM until the seventy-second day, " M " and " C " being coupled but administered separately, the anticipated skin graft proved unnecessary, due to a steady healing process of excellent quality. Treatment took place twice a month. This sportsman was able to resume his mountaineering activities, as well as the studies he had had to give up, due to a cranial trauma resulting in a short attention span discernible mainly in mathematics, and caused by the fall of a block of ice. He was able to pass his exams and even joined one of the Civic Administations after competing with his peers at the entry level. The healing process, which took less than four months, was both stable and of excellent quality.
For another mountaineer, aged 20, treatment took place more precociously. The three frostbitten toes were totally cured in less than three months. The treatment having been administered before the end of the second week, healing was quite spectacular, as shown by the photographic documentation.
4 - LOCALIZED RADIOLESIONS
Hand exposure to massive doses of radiation is exceptional and extremely serious. Progress of the lesions is severe and lasts for months, even years, characterized by outbreaks of " vascularity ", as it is known in common usage, with its trail of inflammatory phenomena and above all, the " necrosis " of deep and superficial tissues the seriousness of the necrosis depends on the activity of the radioactive source, on the energetic spectrum of its radiance and on the dosage absorbed over time: in this way, a source of Cobalt 60 whose activity registers in the range of 4000 Curies ( about 15.10 13 Becquerels ) and whose photonic emission takes place at 1,17 Mev. and at 1,33 Mev. can release in very little short time, at short distances, an absorbable dosage of over 500 grays toward exposed individuals.
Evaluation of the risks depends partly on the localization and precocity of visible clinical signs (rashes, oedemata, phlyctenae, exsudative epidermosis between 12 and 20 grays ), whose latency period can last several days, weeks or months; on the other hand, it also relies on physical dosimetry, which tries to reconstitule the circumstances and conditions prevailing at the time of the accident. But, while waiting for this information, we can undertake paraclinical investigations, especially with the help of thermal methods ( thermometry, thermography, fluxmetry, effusimetry ) radio-isotopic (vascularscintigraphy ) and biochemical methods ( Skin PH ). Thus, we can get isothermic, isoflux and isodosage maps, without neglecting the biochemical, haematological and karyotypical exams. In the beginning, local therapeutic methods are generally quite moderate and tend mostly to preserve proper asepsis. Later on, the surgical problem arises; should one amputate precociously and abundantly or should one progressively excise or resect necrosed tissues? The latter attitude can increase the risk of an " outburst of necrosis " and does not resolve the problems caused by severe, uninterrupted, paroxysmal ans sometimes probing pains.
However, when the extremities, and especially the hands, are involved, we can understand why the surgeon hesitates to amputate too much, too soon. For this reason, he or she tends to wait and control, whenever possible.
Concerning the use of CRYOFORM, which we adopted rather late in the day, following several surgical interventions on necrosed tissues, we have noted the following points of interest:
- quick regeneration of conjunctive tissue, free of hypertrophy.
- better epidermization and proper healing around suture points and partially closed oozing areas.
- disappearance of necrotic paints ( four localizations on the index and middle finger gave way in less than three weeks ).
- arrest of local “warming cycles” caused by the reshaping of soft tissues and vessels which, in the absence of treatment, histologically present a type of anarchic regeneration accompanied by microtrombi.
The subject touched the radioactive source with his bare hands; the following the failure of the abdominal flap. The left hand suffered numerous amputations of the first four fingers: this hand benefited from CRYOFORM treatments, after forty-five days of unstabilized evolution of these injuries. The quality of the tissues remaining on the right stump also improved. The therapeutic effect was immediate and neuroma pains definitively disappeared.
The irradiation was more localized: three right-hand fingers were amputated during the first sixteen months. At that time, tissues remained in poor condition and the base of the fourth finger was still oozing. Treatment started at the beginning of the eighteenth month and triggered healing in less than a week; the tissues were wonderfully regenerated.
In both cases, the benefits of CRYOFORM therapy remained constant with no instance of defective healing.