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GDV Applications

1. Diagnostics of human state

GDV system of Prof Korotkov has unergone extensive clinical trials in Russia and its diagnostic accuracy has been found to be better than 95%. The system has been approved by Russian Academy of Science for use in medical industry without limitations. GDV acceptance in Finland and Sweden will soon be followed in other advanced countries.

On the basis of the above, the most obvious application of the GDV system is an aid in medical diagnostics. GDV data acquisition and analysis can be performed in seconds, without a need to undress a patient.

The weakest organs/subsystems in the body/mind system can be identified at a glance as a disruption in harmony and coherence of the recorded electrophotonic glow. GDV sofware assists in data analysis.

The speed, accuracy and comprehensiveness of GDV diagnostics are stunning. They cannot be matched using any other human state monitoring technology available on Earth today.

2. Monitoring response to treatment

Since electrophotonic GDV images contain comprehensive information about human state at the moment of recording, they can be used to monitor human response to treatments.

It doesn't actually matter what treatment you choose to investigate using GDV. It can be chemical/hormonal, herbal or homeopatic medicine, accupuncture, remote healing or a placebo treatment.

 

GDV technique enables us to explore and quantify response of any person to any treatment.

A typical procedure involves recording a person's initial state and the state after the treatment has been applied. In most cases it is obvious within a few minutes whether the treatment has a positive, disruptive or neutral effect for a given person. It is important to minimize all other influences during the test.

3. Estimating treatment effectiveness

By recording the human state at some time intervals after a treatment has been applied (typically minutes or hours), it is possible to estimate if the treatment has a temporary or a systematic effect on the human state.

4. Comparing therapies

GDV method of human state assessment enables comparing various therapies and estimating the best therapy for any given person/condition.

5. Testing new treatments

Since electrophotonic GDV glow seems to reflect the state of human consciousness, rather than just the body, it is possible to estimate the effect of a new treatment BEFORE actually applying it.

For example, it is su
fficient for a person to hold a medicine in his/her hand and IMAGINE taking it to estimate what would happen if the medicine was really taken.

This method is being used to study the effectiveness and applicability of homeopatic medicines at Melbourne College of Natural Medicine in Australia.

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