How to cure ‘Blepharobia’
A group of people in India have been successfully cured of “blepharia” after receiving treatment using a technique developed by a German scientist.
A new treatment called “cyanophosphate” was discovered by German-Indian scientist Dr. Ralf Hauser, who has been studying the treatment for decades.
Hauser said he was inspired by the cancer treatment treatment called CELTA and developed a new treatment based on the chemical reaction between vitamin C and a vitamin A compound.CELTA, also known as vitamin C, is used in cancer treatment and for other diseases.
It works by binding to the surface of a cancer cell, creating an acidic reaction.
The treatment can kill cancer cells and stop the spread of the cancer.
Hause says that if a person’s cancer cells are killed, the process is reversible and there is no cancer.
The researchers said Hauser has used the cyanophosphates treatment to treat patients with Hodgkin’s disease, leukaemia and other types of cancer.
“A total of 12 patients have now been treated, and all have had complete remission,” said Dr. Subramanian Bhanot, a professor of surgery at the Indian Institute of Technology in Bengaluru.
The team is currently working on developing the treatment to be able to be used for the treatment of lymphoma and the treatment against the pneumococcal pneumonia, which is a form of the coronavirus.
“We have also begun to develop an injectable version of this therapy,” Bhanote said.
“The new treatment is not without its difficulties.
It has to be injected into the lungs and is usually done in small doses,” said Bhanothe.
He said it would be good if the treatment could be administered as a shot, but he said it has to have the approval of the patient.
“There has been no data available on the safety and effectiveness of this treatment.
So it is a good example of where we need to find better data,” he said.