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New Approach Controlling Cancer: Water Memory

  title={New Approach Controlling Cancer: Water Memory},
  author={W. H. Kim},
In 1988 Benveniste and colleagues published a controversial article showing a biological reaction of ultra high diluted solution, which could be called as ‘water memory’. In the paper, it was demonstrated that human basophil degranulation was triggered by extremely diluted antiserum against IgE [1]. Since then, they published many papers proving water memory effect under various experimental conditions [2-4]. As biological reaction in the absence of any effective molecules cannot be explained… Expand

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