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Scientific evidence for the effectiveness of the FOSTAC Chip

Coghill Laboratories in Gwent (England) examined the blood of a 60-year old healthy man under four different conditions, to see whether mobile phone radiation affected the living organism. The blood was examined in 10 different series of tests.

Group 1 (control group) shows the number of viable white blood cells in the normal situation.

Group 2 shows the number of viable white blood cells following irradiation with a mobile phone without the FOSTAC Chip.

Group 3 shows the number of viable white blood cells following irradiation with a mobile phone with the FOSTAC Chip.

Group 4 (sham exposed) shows the number of viable white blood cells following irradiation with a mobile phone without the FOSTAC Chip. During the test, the test tube was enclosed in a metal container.

Test series No. Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4
Control group without FOSTAC® with FOSTAC® Sham-Exposed
viable non-viable viable non-viable viable non-viable viable non-viable
1 84 11 49 5 108 9 72 24
2 79 8 58 2 114 8 68 25
3 88 10 51 12 108 11 77 19
4 89 15 47 11 123 6 70 21
5 76 14 45 7 115 15 73 18
6 95 13 56 7 121 8 69 20
7 81 12 52 9 118 7 61 11
8 88 12 48 0 119 10 70 18
9 94 9 55 0 106 12 55 13
10 121 20 46 1 128 14 61 16
Schnitt 89.5 12.4 50.7 5.4 116 10 67.6 18.5

All the test series demonstrated clearly and unambiguously that the FOSTAC CHIP completely harmonizes the radiation. The scientists were amazed to see that the number of viable white blood cells had even increased. A copy of the 28-page comprehensive original study (in English) may be ordered from us (in return for a contribution towards the expenses).

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