Nordenström, Björn E. W., MD:


"Nordenström's theory offers important implications throughout the entire range of normal and pathologic physiology. With profound conviction, I dare assert that no vital process can be fully understood without considering this new electrophysiologic theory. A vast field of multidisciplinary research is opening before us. Numerous concepts which today are confusing, including chemotaxis, are here clarified. I cannot resist emphasizing the fascinating and broad medical scope of this book, i.e. a new view on carcinogenesis and a therapeutic mode against cancer which theoretically offers possibilities against diverse inflammatory states, fractures, atheromas and neurologic complications of various diseases. Moreover, this book offers new scientific bases which will reorient future research on a wide range of hitherto poorly understood processes, e.g., acupuncture, oral galvanism, meteorologic influences on human beings, types of adipose tissue, diverse secretory mechanisms, diurnal cycles and embryogenesis. This list of disparate functions leaves unmentioned many other applications. In particular, extrapolation of the theory at the intracellualar level offers many possible consequences.

The coming years will see a wealth of experimentation derive from this new approach to electrophysiology. Its full importance is today impossible to appreciate. For example, disparities of findings noted heretofore between in vitro and in vivo work can now be assessed anew. The implications of Nordenström's theory appear far-reaching even beyond today's most enlightened suspicions."

Jacques C Hauton, D.M.D.Sc, Professor of Biochemistry, Institut National de la Santé, France
Biologically Closed Electric Circuits - Bjorn Nordenstrom
2007 Chairman of the Nobel Prize Committee used electrodes to administer an electrical current into cancerous tumours in order to dissolve them in a miraculous fashion. He was also featured on the cover of Discover Magazine in 1986. He lost his job as the head of the Karolinska Institute and was ostracised by his colleagues but traveled to China to work with scientists and doctors there who were more open to his theories.