“A far-reaching study conducted by scientists at Cincinnati Children’s reports that the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV)—best known for causing mononucleosis—also increases the risks for some people of developing seven other major diseases.” This is a major breakthrough in medical science—both for the cause of, and to find effective treatment for, chronic illnesses. Unfortunately, while reporting that infection from the EBV is widespread, the scientists do not suggest a treatment other than more research to develop pharmaceuticals.
The scientists missed an opportunity to report on medical research conducted at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in 1991 as a treatment. The 1991 research discovered that mild electricity or microcurrents had the power to disable virus as well as other pathogens in blood. The research to cleanse the blood has far reaching effects for disease as clearing the blood is a major step to boosting the immune system. Once the immune system is strengthened the body has the ability to heal. Back in 1991, the medical researchers could not get funding for further research but they did file a patent for human treatment describing how an,
… electric current flow through the blood or other body fluids at a magnitude that is biologically compatible but is sufficient to render the bacteria, virus, parasites and/or fungus ineffective to infect or affect normally healthy cells while maintaining the biological usefulness of the blood or other body fluids. (United States Patent Number: 5,188,738, Feb. 23, 1993. Italics added. The research was published in Surgical Technology International V, 1996.)
While the Albert Einstein research was eventually published, it would have been forgotten if not for Dr. Robert (Bob) C. Beck, D.Sc. Two of the four steps of the Beck Protocol use microcurrents to disarm virus so they can no longer infect cells—allowing the pathogens to be flushed out of the body.
“Epstein-Barr virus linked to seven serious diseases”