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  1. Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation (UBI) therapy
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  3. chamiltonnmd
  4. Message 1 of 4 , Aug 23
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  6. Greetings!
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  8. Has anyone studied the science of Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation (UBI) therapy? Is anyone using it? Any success? We have a local doctor here using it and I had a patient inquire about it. If someone else has done the research, I would greatly appreciate the resources.
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  10. From their website:
  11. "blood is exposed to various wavelengths of light as a form of therapy. UBI is known to support red blood cell oxygenation and a healthy immune system. The UVLRx StationTM uniquely exposes the blood to ultraviolet (UV) light without removing blood from the patient.It’s clean, simple, safe, and more efficient than any other UBI therapy system available today."
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  14. To health,
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  16. Cheryl Hamilton, NMD
  17. Prescott Valley, AZ
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  21. Daniel H. Chong
  22. Message 2 of 4 , Aug 23
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  24. Hi, a good couple of resources are the book Into the Light, by William Douglass. Also the article Ultraviolet Light the Cure That Time Forgot, by Robert Rowen.
  25. As far as uvlrx,  it is newer and I don't believe there is as much info out there on it. The one thing I would clarify with the treating doctor is what specific UV wavelengths that covers.
  26. Daniel Chong
  27. Portland Oregon
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  31. Angelina Mehta
  32. Message 3 of 4 , Aug 24
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  34. Hi Cheryl Hamilton,
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  36. We have been doing UBI IV's with ozone for years at the clinic I am working at, and I have seen great results.  I believe it is in large part due to the ozone over the UV light it runs through, but the therapy works great for a lot of my patients--esp viral infections, mold and multiple systemic infections.  
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  38. As Daniel Chong mentioned, the UVLRx is still an IRB study that Dr's can sign up for.  Our medical director has implemented it for close to 1 year now, and I can't decide which way I sway.  I haven't seen a benefit with a couple of the patients I sent for the treatment, and it tends to require a larger needle (18 gauge) for the saline to flow through to keep the vein open for a 1 hr treatment cycle-- I believe 30 min of white and red and then 30 min of white and green.  However, I have heard of a couple of patients experiencing "Herxheimer reactions" post IV.  You can read more about it at uvlrx.com but, again, it is still being researched and I have found much more benefit with the IV MAH/UBI.  
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  41. Angelina Mehta, N.D.
  42. Atlanta, GA
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  46. jtoddwinton
  47. Message 4 of 4 , Aug 25
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  49. We also use the UBI/Ozone treatment and have seen good success with it.  Amazing for acute cold/flu's and a supportive therapy for chronic immune pathology.
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  51. My favorite websites to refer patients to are:  DrsUBI.com and DrsOzone.com
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  53. J Todd Winton, NMD
  54. ActiveLifestyleClinic.com
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