Fibrosis Reversing Treatment

By: BDORT - Electromedicine Clinic & Research Lab  27-Oct-2014
Keywords: Alternative Cancer Treatments

Fibrosis Reversing and Regeneration Treatment We have developed a drug-free organ fibrosis/cirrhosis (scarring) reversing treatment that is conventionally considered “impossible.” This treatment uses iontopheresis (non-invasive electrical voltage driven) silver ion delivery to de-specialize ‘fibroblasts’—the dedicated cells that make fibrous tissue, so that these cells, effectively returned to resemble ‘multipotent’ stem cells, are available to form and remodel new tissue (see citation links below). A complementary tiny electrical direct current (DC) electrical ‘signal’ is targeted at the anatomical treatment location as a ‘surrogate’ biological injury signal to prompt repair and new tissue growth.

Keywords: Alternative Cancer Treatments

Contact BDORT - Electromedicine Clinic & Research Lab


Print this page

Other products and services from BDORT - Electromedicine Clinic & Research Lab

Clinical EMF Health Testing from BDORT - Electromedicine Clinic & Research Lab thumbnail

Clinical EMF Health Testing

We have developed a fast and advanced clinical method of assessment of artificial radiofrequency (RF=microwave) environmental electromagnetic field (EMF) radiation



MicroCurrent, which is very different to the electrical stimulation of TENS machines, using far smaller currents, has some extremely useful


Viral Infection including hepatitis viruses

In addition to the Silver Iontophoresis electromedical treatment for infections, we have developed an individualizable, combined electromedical and food-grade therapeutic


Bacterial and Viral Infections: Iontophoresis

Silver Iontophoresis for bacterial and viral infections including hepatitis viruses Iontophoresis is electrically ‘driven’ substance delivery non-invasively through the skin,

Alternative cancer treatment from BDORT - Electromedicine Clinic & Research Lab thumbnail

Alternative cancer treatment

We have well documented, international peer-reviewed published cases[1][2], of radiographically-confirmed* complete disappearance of both primary and secondary (“metastatic”) neoplastic lesions