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General Test Procedure

Step 1
Fully automated determination of the energy level and reactivity of the organism. Locating malfunctioning issue and blockades (without the doctor actually doing anything).

Step 2
Diagnosing the weakest organs by quantifying the organs that are mostly affected. That is the problem and what organ is causing it?

Step 2b
Determining the problem or illness of the organ that is causing the problem. „What is wrong with the organ? “

Step 2c
Quantifying the illness.
„How bad is the illness?”

Step 3
Checking all relevant medical areas for problems using a funnel system, which means moving from general diagnosis to specialized diagnozis (see table).

Step 4
Checking all organ systems starting with the head (teeth, jaws, eyes, ears, tonsils). Testing all important areas of the brain and further checking lungs, heart, liver, intestines, abdomen, limbs, spine and nerve system.

Step 5
Allocating tested detrimental agents (= noxa such as viruses/bacteria, environmental pollutants etc.) to pathologically conspicuous organs. In this way we can find out whether amalgam does really have a bad effect on the kidneys or whether the lungs are affected by formaldehyde during asthma attacks. It could also be that the formaldehyde irritates certain areas of the brain and causes abnormal behaviour.

Allocating noxa (also pollutants, bacteria etc) is only possible with Mora systems diagnostics.


Step 6
At the end we put together a list of relevant drugs, however, we chose from a wide range of similar drugs to find the best and most effective medication fort he patient (as opposed to what is done in general medicine, where normally one and the same drug is prescribed). Only individually prescribed drugs will lead to an efficient therapy. People are obviously different!?
 
 


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