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FIGURES (see end of article)....... XIII
PREFACE ................................... XVII
1. THE PROMISE ......................... 1

Only Two Health Problems ......... 2
Be A Health Detective ................. 3

2. THE DISCOVERY....................................................... 5
Everything Has A Unique Frequency ........................... 8
Selective Electrocution................................................ 9
Bioradiation............................................................... 12
Zapping Bugs ............................................................ 13
The Bioradiation Spectrum ....................................... 16

3. BUILDING A ZAPPER............................................... 19
Killing The Surviving Pathogens................................ 20
>>Zapper Parts List...................................................... 21
>>Assembling The Zapper ............................................ 23
>>Using The Zapper ..................................................... 28
Simple Pulser............................................................. 28
>>Using The Simple Pulser........................................... 30

4. PARASITES & POLLUTION....................................... 31

The Worst Parasite..................................................... 33
Pollution..................................................................... 36
Solvent Pollution........................................................ 36
Metal Pollution .......................................................... 37
Mycotoxins................................................................. 38
Physical Toxins ......................................................... 38
Chemical Toxins ....................................................... 40

5. HOW WE REALLY GET SICK................................... 43

Self Health ................................................................. 46
How To Heal .............................................................. 47
The Road To Wellness................................................ 49

6. PAIN FROM TOE TO HEAD ...................................... 51 Searching For Bacteria .............................................. 53
What You Will Find..................................................... 54
Toe Pain..................................................................... 55
>>Balance Your pH ...................................................... 57
Foot Pain.................................................................... 59
Heel Pain ................................................................... 61
Leg Pain In Children .................................................. 69
Leg Pain In Adults...................................................... 70
>>Leg Pain Protocol..................................................... 73
Fibromyositis and Fibromyalgia ................................ 75
Joint Pain or Arthritis................................................. 78
>>Osteo or Common Arthritis........................................ 79
>>Rheumatoid Arthritis ................................................ 82
>>Allergic Arthritis.........................................................84
Thigh Pain.................................................................. 86
Hip Pain..................................................................... 87
>>Bone Strengthening.................................................. 87
Groin Pain................................................................... 89

Low Back Pain........................................................... 92
Lower Abdominal Pain.............................................. 97
Stomach Pain............................................................ 98
Appendicitis............................................................. 100
Urinary Tract Pain.................................................... 101
Irritable Bowel Syndrome(IBS), Colitis, and Spastic
Colon ....................................................................... 102
Crohn's Disease ....................................................... 103
Central Abdominal Pain........................................... 108
Interstitial Cystitis...................................................... 108
Uterine Pain ............................................................. 109
>>Endometriosis .........................................................109 >>Contraception.......................................................... 112
>>The Silent Cervix...................................................... 112
>>Menopausal Symptoms, Hot Flushes, PMS............... 113
Infertility ................................................................... 117
>>Nausea................................................................... 121
Prostate Problems .................................................... 124
Side Pain.................................................................. 128
Midabdomen Pain, Stomach Pain............................. 131
Stomach Ulcer.......................................................... 132
Hiatal Hernia ........................................................... 133
Respiratory Illness ................................................... 134
>>Asthma ................................................................. 134
>>Bronchitis, Croup, Chronic Cough............................. 140
Breast Pain............................................................... 142
Breast Sensitivity ..................................................... 143
>>Breast Lumps......................................................... 144
Heart Pain ................................................................ 146
>>Slow Pulse/Syncope (Passing Out) .......................... 149
Chest Pain ................................................................ 149

Upper Back Pain ...................................................... 150
Shoulder Pain........................................................... 151
Upper Arm Pain ....................................................... 153
Elbow Pain .............................................................. 154
Wrist Pain ................................................................ 154
Thumb Pain and Hand Pain ..................................... 155
Finger Pain............................................................... 155
Back Of Neck Pain.................................................... 156
Front Neck Pain ....................................................... 156
Temporal Mandibular Joint (TMJ) Problems ............ 157
Tooth Ache............................................................... 158
Throat Pain............................................................... 159
Eye Pain................................................................... 160
>>Macular Degeneration.............................................. 162
Headache and Migraines.......................................... 162
Earache .................................................................... 168
Ear Noises And Ringing............................................. 169

Scalp Pain................................................................ 171

7. NON-PAINFUL DISEASES ..................................... 173
Diabetes ................................................................... 173
>>Prediabetic............................................................. 178
>>Diabetes Of Childhood............................................. 178
Herpes...................................................................... 179
Fatigue .................................................................... 182
Skin Problems ......................................................... 188

>>Sebaceous Cysts................................................... 188
>>Skin Rash ............................................................. 189
>>Hives .................................................................... 191
>>Acne .................................................................... 192
>>Psoriasis, Eczema ................................................ 192
Warts........................................................................ 195
Tapeworm Stages.................................................... 197
The Flu..................................................................... 201
Fever........................................................................ 203
Multiple Sclerosis & Amyotropic Lateral Sclerosis... 204
High Blood Pressure ............................................... 210
Glaucoma ............................................................... 213
Tooth Decay............................................................. 214
Muscle Diseases ...................................................... 218

>>Muscular Dystrophy ............................................... 219
>>Myasthenia Gravis.................................................. 221
Universal Allergies.................................................. 222
>>Environmental Illness ............................................ 223
Alcoholism.............................................................. 227
Seizures.................................................................. 230
Weight Problems .................................................... 237
Sleep Problems ...................................................... 241
>>Sleep Apnea.......................................................... 241
>>Insomnia............................................................... 243
Yeast Infections....................................................... 246
>>Diaper Rash ......................................................... 246
>>Treat Yeast or Fungus the Same............................ 247
Fluke Disease.......................................................... 249

>>Flukes and Solvents............................................... 251
>>Flukes Not Alone .................................................. 252
Burning And Numbness........................................... 253
Depression............................................................... 256
Manic Depression.................................................... 257
Schizophrenia......................................................... 261
Autism..................................................................... 263
Digestion Problems ................................................ 266
Alzheimer's ............................................................ 269
Dementias, Memory Loss........................................ 272

8. PUSHING BACK AGE .......................................... 275
Diet ........................................................................ 275
Increase Oxygen.................................................... 278
>>Niacin.................................................................. 279
>>TIA’s, Strokes and Purpura.................................... 281
>>Blood Pressure..................................................... 281
>>Air Pollution.......................................................... 282
>>Anemia................................................................. 285
>>Acid Levels........................................................... 287
>>Increase Minerals.................................................. 287
>>Chelation.............................................................. 289
>>Pulse................................................................... 289
>>Heart Health ........................................................ 290
Incontinence ......................................................... 293
Bad Digestion ........................................................ 295
>>Chewing .............................................................. 295
>>Stomach Acid ..................................................... 296
>>Salmonella and Shigella........................................ 297
>>Other Clues.......................................................... 299
>>Liver Bile.............................................................. 299
>>Constipation ......................................................... 301
>>Poop Your Troubles Away ..................................... 301
>>Sugar Regulation................................................... 302
Elderly Person’s 7 Day Diabetic Diet....................... 302
>>Breakfast.............................................................. 302
>>Lunch................................................................... 303
>>Dinner .................................................................. 304

>>Supper ................................................................. 307
>>Diabetic Supplements............................................ 309
>>Diabetic Eating Out................................................ 309
>>Extra Diet Tips For The Elderly............................... 309
>>Salt...................................................................... 310
Tremor ................................................................... 312
>>Tremor Remedies ................................................. 313
Weakness ............................................................... 317
Heart Disease.......................................................... 318
>>Heart/Kidney Relationship...................................... 320
>>Diuretics .............................................................. 321
Feeling Comfortable .............................................. 322
Hearing Loss .......................................................... 324
Insomnia................................................................. 326
Healthful Habits ...................................................... 326
Not Old Yet.............................................................. 328
Super Longevity .................................................... 329
Dying...................................................................... 330

9. CURING CANCER................................................. 331
Another Fluke Disease ........................................... 331
Teamed With A Solvent ......................................... 332
Propyl Alcohol Polluted Products........................... 335
Getting Well After Cancer ...................................... 336
Herbal Parasite Killing Program............................. 338
>>Parasite Program Handy Chart............................... 341
Maintenance Parasite Program.............................. 341
Pet Parasite Program............................................. 343
Parasites Gone, Toxins Next ................................. 345
Watch For Bacteria ............................................... 346
Help Your Family, Too........................................... 347
Aflatoxin ............................................................... 348

10. CURING HIV/AIDS............................................ 351
Method Of Treatment ........................................... 353
Benzene Polluted Products ................................. 354

Plan For The Future ............................................. 356

11. CURING THE COMMON COLD ......................... 357
Tapeworm Stage or Mites..................................... 357
Molds and Colds................................................... 360
The Cure ............................................................. 363
Mold Free Diet ..................................................... 365
Prevention............................................................ 368
Curing Symptoms ................................................ 369
True Origins Of Viruses......................................... 370

12. BODY WISDOM AND WHY BAD FOOD TASTES GOOD...373
Salt........................................................................ 373
Fats ....................................................................... 374
Starch.................................................................... 374
Sugar .................................................................... 375
Dislikes................................................................... 375
Outwit The Cravings .............................................. 377
Back To Normal..................................................... 379
Toxic Food............................................................. 379
Moldy Food ........................................................... 381
>>Aflatoxin.............................................................. 382
>>Eradicating Aflatoxin............................................. 383
>>Zearalenone ........................................................ 384
>>Sterigmatocystin.................................................. 385
>>Ergot................................................................... 385
>>Cytochalasin B ................................................... 387
>>Kojic Acid .......................................................... 388
>>T-2 Toxin ............................................................ 388
>>Sorghum Molds ................................................... 388
>>Patulin................................................................ 388
>>Mold Avoidance ................................................... 389
>>Getting Away From Grains.................................... 392
Pets Teach Health Lessons ................................... 394

13. EASY LIFESTYLE IMPROVEMENTS .................. 397
Living Hand To Mouth............................................ 397

Better Laundry Habits ............................................ 398
Better Kitchen Habits ............................................. 399
Better Housekeeping ............................................. 402
Windows Open Or Closed? ..................................... 405
What Kind Of Heat................................................... 407
Getting Rid of Mites................................................. 407

14. FOUR CLEAN-UPS ............................................. 409
Dental Clean-up ...................................................... 409
>>Guidelines For A Healthy Mouth ............................. 411
>>Horrors Of Metal Dentistry....................................... 416
>>Dental Rewards ..................................................... 419
Diet Clean-up ........................................................... 420
>>Breakfast................................................................ 420
>>Lunch.................................................................... 422
>>Supper .................................................................. 423
>>Beverages.............................................................. 424
>>Horrors In Commercial Beverages ............................ 428
>>Food Preparation..................................................... 430
>>Food Guidelines...................................................... 431
>>Dining Out ............................................................. 433
Body Clean-up ......................................................... 435
>>Stop Using Supplements......................................... 439
>>Safe Supplements................................................... 441
Home Clean-up ........................................................ 444
>>Your Basement ...................................................... 444
>>Your Garage........................................................... 445
>>Special Clean-up for Freon (CFCs)............................ 446
>>Special Clean-up for Fiberglass................................ 447
>>Special Clean-up for Asbestos.................................. 447
>>Your House............................................................. 448
Unnatural Chemicals ................................................ 451

15. BIOELECTRONICS............................................... 457
Making A Syncrometer............................................. 457
>>Making a Hobby Kit Syncrometer............................. 458
>>Making Test Plates................................................. 460
>>Test Plates Parts List............................................. 460

>>Test Plates Assembly............................................ 461
Using The Syncrometer ........................................... 462
>>Resonance............................................................. 465
>>Lesson One .......................................................... 466
>>White Blood Cells .................................................. 468
>>Making a White Blood Cell Specimen....................... 469
>>Lesson Two ........................................................... 470
>>Lesson Three ........................................................ 470
>>Lesson Four .......................................................... 471
>>Preparing Test Substances...................................... 472
>>Impure Test Substances ......................................... 472
>>Making Organ Specimens........................................ 477
>>Making a Complete Set of Tissue Samples .............. 478
>>Purchasing a Complete Set of Tissue Samples ........ 478
>>Body Fluid Specimens ........................................... 479
>>Lesson Five ........................................................... 481
>>Lesson Six ............................................................ 482
>>Lesson Seven......................................................... 484
>>Testing the Air........................................................ 485
>>Testing Someone Else ........................................... 486
>>Lesson Eight ......................................................... 486
>>Saliva Testing......................................................... 487
>>Lesson Nine........................................................... 487
>>Surrogate Testing .................................................. 488
>>Lesson Ten............................................................ 489
>>Lesson Eleven ....................................................... 491
>>Lesson Twelve ....................................................... 492
>>Lesson Thirteen...................................................... 493
>>Lesson Fourteen..................................................... 493
>>Lesson Fifteen........................................................ 494
>>Lesson Sixteen....................................................... 494
>>Lesson Seventeen................................................... 495
>>Sensitivity of Pollutant-In-Product Testing.................. 497
>>Microscopy Lesson................................................. 498
>>Taking Pictures Of What You See............................ 501
Using A Frequency Generator .................................. 502
>>The Theory.............................................................. 502
>>Lesson Eighteen...................................................... 504
>>Lesson Nineteen ..................................................... 505
>>Lesson Twenty........................................................ 506

>>Lesson Twenty One................................................. 507
>>Lesson Twenty Two ................................................ 507
>>Lesson Twenty Three............................................... 508
>>Lesson Twenty Four................................................ 508
>>Lesson Twenty Five ................................................ 509
>>Lesson Twenty Six.................................................. 509
>>Lesson Twenty Seven.............................................. 509
>>Lesson Twenty Eight............................................... 510
>>Lesson Twenty Nine ............................................... 510

16. RECIPES ............................................................ 513
Beverage Recipes ................................................... 513
>>Lemonade ............................................................. 513
>>Fresh Tomato Juice................................................ 513
>>Fresh Pineapple Juice............................................. 514
>>Maple Milk Shake .................................................. 514
>>Yankee Drink......................................................... 514
>>Hot Vanilla Milk ..................................................... 514
>>Red Milk................................................................ 515
>>C-Milk................................................................... 515
>>My Own Soda Pop................................................. 515
>>My Own Super C-Pop............................................. 516
>>Half And Half ........................................................ 516
>>Buttermilk-C ......................................................... 516
Food Recipes .......................................................... 516
>>Daily Foods .......................................................... 517
>>Two Granolas........................................................ 518
>>Peanut Butter........................................................ 519
>>Sweetening and Flavoring....................................... 519
>>Preserves ............................................................. 520
>>C Dressing ........................................................... 521
>>Cheese Sauce....................................................... 521
>>Sour Cream-C........................................................ 521
>>Yogurt .................................................................. 521
>>Soups .................................................................. 521
>>Fish and Seafood recipe ......................................... 522
>>Baked Apples........................................................ 522
>>5 Minute Ice Cream ............................................... 522
Seven Day Sample Menu ....................................... 523
Recipes for Natural Body Products.......................... 525

>>Borax Liquid Soap.................................................. 526
>>For Laundry .......................................................... 526
>>For Dishes ............................................................ 527
>>In The Dishwasher.................................................. 527
>>In The Sink ........................................................... 527
>>Shampoo ............................................................. 528
>>Hair Spray ............................................................ 529
>>Homemade Soap .................................................. 529
>>Liquid Soap........................................................... 530
>>Skin Sanitizer........................................................ 530
>>Deodorant ............................................................ 531
>>Brushing Teeth ..................................................... 532
>>For Dentures......................................................... 533
>>Mouthwash........................................................... 533
>>Contact Lens Solution............................................ 533
>>Lip Soother........................................................... 534
>>Foot Powder ......................................................... 534
>>Skin Healer Moisturizer Lotion ................................ 534
>>Other Skin Healers................................................. 535
>>Massage Oil.......................................................... 536
>>Sunscreen Lotion................................................... 536
>>Nose Salve ........................................................... 536
>>Quick Corn Starch Skin Softener ............................ 537
>>Cornstarch Skin Softener ....................................... 537
>>After Shaves.......................................................... 537
>>Personal Lubricants .............................................. 537
>>Baby Wipes.......................................................... 538
>>People Wipes ....................................................... 538
Recipes For Natural Cosmetics ............................... 539
>>Eye liner and Eyebrow Pencil.................................. 539
>>Lipstick................................................................. 539
>>Face Powder ........................................................ 540
>>Blush (face powder in a cake form) ......................... 540
Recipes For Household Products ............................. 540
>>Floor Cleaner ......................................................... 540
>>Furniture Duster and Window Cleaner....................... 540
>>Furniture Polish ..................................................... 541
>>Insect Killer............................................................ 541
>>Ant Repellent......................................................... 541
>>Flower and Foliage Spray ....................................... 542

>>Moth Balls ............................................................ 542
>>Carpet Cleaner....................................................... 542
Health Improvement Recipes ................................... 543
>>Black Walnut Hull Tincture ...................................... 543
>>Quassia recipe ....................................................... 546
>>Emmenagogue (Menstrual Period Inducer)................. 546
>>Bowel Program ....................................................... 546
>>Constipation Tea .................................................... 548
>>Weight Reduction.................................................... 548
>>Kidney Cleanse ...................................................... 549
>>Liver Herbs ............................................................. 552
>>Liver Cleanse.......................................................... 552
>>Lugol’s Iodine Solution............................................. 559
>>Vitamin D Drops ..................................................... 560


17. PATHOGEN FREQUENCIES ................................. 561
Bandwidth Of Organism Families............................. 562
Mold, Mold Toxin Frequencies ................................ 562
Bacteria and Viruses ............................................... 563
Roundworms, Flatworms, One-celled Animals ........ 566
Wart Frequencies .................................................... 569
Tapeworms .............................................................. 569
Mite Frequencies ..................................................... 570
Miscellaneous Frequencies...................................... 571
Toxic Elements ....................................................... 571
Solvents .................................................................. 574
Pathogen Frequency Chart...................................... 576

18. SOURCES .......................................................... 581

19. FINALE............................................................... 589

INDEX ...................................................................... 591

Fig. 1 Selected animal bandwidths. ........................................................... 17
Fig. 2 Selected pathogen bandwidths. ....................................................... 18
Fig. 3 Zapper schematic.............................................................................. 22
Fig. 4 Finished zapper, outside and inside................................................. 27
Fig. 5 Simple pulser.................................................................................... 29
Fig. 6 Ascaris. ............................................................................................. 32
Fig. 7 (L to R) Human intestinal fluke, pancreatic fluke, sheep liver
fluke, and human liver fluke....................................................................... 33
Fig. 8 Fasciolopsis' normal life cycle.......................................................... 35
Fig. 9 Feed animals out of your yard and away from where children
play. Their wastes contain pathogens. ....................................................... 50
Fig. 10 Your kidneys with the adrenal glands sitting like hats on top.
The ureters lead to the bladder.................................................................. 60
Fig. 11 All disposable diapers I tested had mercury and thallium! These
toxins can be absorbed through babies’ skin. ........................................... 69
Fig. 12 Do not use any commercial personal products, the risk of
pollution is too great. ................................................................................ 71
Fig. 13 Safe substitutes for personal products............................................ 72
Fig. 14 Tooth numbering system................................................................ 74
Fig. 15 Trichinella larvae settled in muscles.............................................. 76
Fig. 16 Hookworms, strongyles, and whipworms....................................... 79
Fig. 17 Stone ground corn tortillas, high in calcium. ................................ 81
Fig. 18 Your lymph nodes are your best friends......................................... 90
Fig. 19 Colon. ............................................................................................ 97
Fig. 20 Keep personal water bottles sterile. .............................................. 98
Fig. 21 Estrogen and progesterone levels (pg./ml)................................... 114
Fig. 22 The liver has a large lobe on your right side with the
gallbladder tucked inside. The left lobe is smaller. ................................ 128
Fig. 23 Gallstones..................................................................................... 130
Fig. 24 Stomach, esophagus, diaphragm, gallbladder. ........................... 132
Fig. 25 Hiatal hernia. .............................................................................. 133
Fig. 26 Lymph node neck glands ............................................................ 157
Fig. 27 Eye. ............................................................................................. 160
Fig. 28 Bottling equipment should be rinsed with ethyl (grain) alcohol,
not propyl alcohol or wood alcohol......................................................... 183

Fig. 29 Tight diapers are a modern atrocity, forcing mercury and
thallium into the baby’s sponge-like skin. .............................................. 190
Fig. 30 Some cysticercus varieties (types) have multiple heads............. 197
Fig. 31 Emerged cysticercus.................................................................... 198
Fig. 32 Sheep liver flukes. Black threads in toilet are indicative of
fluke remains........................................................................................... 222
Fig. 33 I found all calorie boosters to be polluted with wood alcohol.
Make your own........................................................................................ 240
Fig. 34 Alcoholic beverages contain ergot and aflatoxin. Add vitamin C
(1/8 tsp.) upon opening and wait 10 minutes for it to act......................... 280
Fig. 35 Chlorinated water can cause mental problems........................... 283
Fig. 36 Red blood cells, top and side view. ............................................ 285
Fig. 37 Water pitcher with filter. ............................................................. 288
Fig. 38 Sea salt flats are often roosting places for sea gulls................... 311
Fig. 39 Too hot and too cold................................................................... 323
Fig. 40 Products with propyl alcohol....................................................... 334
Fig. 41 U.S. regulations on sterilizing solutions. .................................... 348
Fig. 42 Keep both salt and vitamin C powders in closable plastic
shakers. ................................................................................................. 349
Fig. 43 Grilled food has benzopyrenes as do hot dogs and “smoke
flavored” foods. ..................................................................................... 352
Fig. 44 Mexican made candy with no benzene...................................... 354
Fig. 45 Pollutants are in unlikely places................................................. 355
Fig. 46 Every brand of popcorn and corn chips I tested had zearalenone
contamination......................................................................................... 355
Fig. 47 This Mexican bread has no molds. It is made from white,
unbleached flour and is not wrapped in plastic...................................... 362
Fig. 48 Goods baked in a panaderia (Mexican style bakery) never
tested positive to molds. ........................................................................ 367
Fig. 49 Starter set of homeopathic remedies.......................................... 369
Fig. 50 All U.S. brands of pasta I tested had mold, including health
food brands like the one shown here (left). No Mexican brands
of pasta, like the one pictured (right), had any molds............................ 385
Fig. 51 All cold cereals I tested were full of mold toxins (besides
solvents), health food varieties were worst............................................ 387
Fig. 52 Packaged herb tea is moldy and polluted with solvents. Get
yours in bulk from an herb company. ................................................... 390
Fig. 53 Three safe flavorings.................................................................. 391
Fig. 54 Don’t eat the green on the potato.............................................. 392
Fig. 55 Potato harvest of the future. ........................................................ 393

Fig. 56 Smooth floors allow every bit of dust to be removed. ................. 404
Fig. 57 Moving into the summer kitchen got you away from the
accumulation of filth from winter!............................................................ 406
Fig. 58 Mite.............................................................................................. 408
Fig. 59 Dental replacements.................................................................... 411
Fig. 60 Tops and bottoms of some metal crowns..................................... 412
Fig. 61 Thallium excerpt.......................................................................... 418
Fig. 62 More dental metal........................................................................ 419
Fig. 63 Beautiful plastic mouth. .............................................................. 419
Fig. 64 Ugly metal in mouth. .................................................................. 420
Fig. 65 Unpolluted breakfast cereals....................................................... 421
Fig. 66 Lawful uses of solvents in food.................................................... 428
Fig. 67 Some unsafe beverages. ............................................................ 430
Fig. 68 Some good foods......................................................................... 432
Fig. 69 All breads I tested had mold if they were in plastic..................... 433
Fig. 70 Good restaurant foods................................................................. 434
Fig. 71 Examples of commercial “food lube.” ....................................... 437
Fig. 72 Detergents with PCBs.................................................................. 438
Fig. 73 Safe soaps................................................................................... 438
Fig. 74 Some polluted supplements........................................................ 439
Fig. 75 Pure salt...................................................................................... 440
Fig. 76 Laboratory salt label................................................................... 441
Fig. 77 Garage fumes. ............................................................................ 445
Fig. 78 Our future, unless we act............................................................. 456
Fig. 79 Syncrometer schematic............................................................... 458
Fig. 80 Syncrometer parts list.................................................................. 459
Fig. 81 Bottle with white blood cells taped on top.................................. 470
Fig. 82 Some purchased parasite and tissue slides................................. 479
Fig. 83 Table of the future. ..................................................................... 483
Fig. 84 Microscope, slides and coverslips............................................... 498
Fig. 85 Setup for finding resonant frequencies....................................... 503
Fig. 86 Function generators.................................................................... 512
Fig. 87 Light colored, roasted peanuts in the shell had no aflatoxin...... 519
Fig. 88 Make a bottle of borax liquid to fill your soap dispensers and
shampoo bottle. Use citric acid to rinse and condition........................... 528
Fig. 89 These are gallstones. ................................................................. 554
Fig. 90 Chart of bandwidths for organism families.................................. 562

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