SSE Talks – Qigong, Infrasound, and Oncology – Garret Yount – 4/4
Title: Infrasonic Component Of Qigong: Potential For Integration With Oncology
Summary: Can the effects of Qigong treatment be mimicked with infrasound? Dr. Yount suggests it can, and with possible applications to cancer treatment.
About the Author(s): Dr. Garret Yount directs a molecular and cellular biology laboratory at the California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute in San Francisco, California, focusing primarily on helping people with cancers. His interest in integrating Traditional Chinese Medicine with Western treatments for cancer has led to collaborations with scientists and practitioners from China, Japan, Canada.
Recorded at the 28th annual SSE Conference in 2009 University of Virginia, Charlottesville (USA).
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Published on May 17, 2010