Multi-Wave Oscillator (MWO)

Multi-Wave Oscillator (MWO)

There has been a recent surge of interest in a Russian made electro-magnetic machine called the "Multi-Wave Oscillator." George Lakhovsky, a Russian doctor, had a 98% success rate in treating fatal cancers over an 11-year period with his machine. Lakhovsky's device was used in the U.S. until 1942 and in Europe for about another 15 years. It was ordered removed from the US hospitals that were using it shortly after Lakhovsky was hit by a car and died in 1942. A non-profit company is researching the use of a newer version of the machine.

Highlights the outcomes of the Rife Conference 2003 in Seattle, Washington. Theme of the conference; Exhibitors; Video tape of the history of Royal Rife; Introduction of a chest cancer survivor from Washington who spoke of beating her cancer using alternative methods; Talk on the early 1900's electromedical devices and the crossing of technology of devices and their applications; Talk on the body's chemistry and the importance of an alkaline pH level in the body.

See: http://www.rhinoed.com/mwo_research.htm

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