Live blood analysis

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  1. G McLackland

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    A clinic in Birmingham UK has been running Live blood analysis on = patients and proving the health
    benefits of using Alka-line Coral = Calcium http://www.coralcalciumuk.co.uk/testimonials.htm

    Personal Management International Ltd=20 Live Blood Analysis and Wellness Centres Hampton on
    Arden and Balsall Common, Solihull, West Midlands.=20 Tel 01676 533370=20

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    binary.blueyonder.co.uk... A clinic in Birmingham UK has been running Live blood analysis on =
    patients and proving the health benefits of using Alka-line Coral = Calcium
    http://www.coralcalciumuk.co.uk/testimonials.htm

    Personal Management International Ltd=20 Live Blood Analysis and Wellness Centres Hampton on
    Arden and Balsall Common, Solihull, West Midlands.=20 Tel 01676 533370=20

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  3. Mark Thorson

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    G McLackland wrote:

    > A clinic in Birmingham UK has been running Live blood analysis on patients and proving the health
    > benefits of using Alka-line Coral Calcium

    Quoting from: http://www.quackwatch.org/01QuackeryRelatedTopics/Tests/livecell.html

    Dark-field microscopy is a valid scientific tool in which special lighting is used to examine
    specimens of cells and tissues. The objects being viewed stand out against a dark background-the
    opposite of what occurs during regular microscopy. This allows the observer to see things that might
    not be visible with standard lighting. Connecting a television monitor to a microscope for
    diagnostic purposes is also a legitimate practice. However, live cell analysis is not. Although a
    few characteristics of blood (such as the relative size of the red cells) are observable, live cell
    analysts invariably misinterpret other things,

    such as the extent of red blood cell clumping, changes in the shape of the cells, and other
    artifacts that occur as the blood sample dries.

    * * *

    During the mid-1980s, National Council Against Health Fraud vice president James Lowell, Ph.D.,
    watched three practitioners demonstrate live cell analysis at health expositions. Lowell noted:

    None took precautions during the preparation of the slides to prevent the blood from drying out
    or clotting.

    They failed to clean their microscope slides carefully between patients, which meant that dirt
    seen under the microscope would be misinterpreted as blood components.

    Some of the patterns one practitioner saw resulted from his microscope being out of focus and
    disappeared when Lowell adjusted it properly.
     
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