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BioTech Firm Decodes Current Swine Flu BioMarkers
Date:5/6/2009

Sound Health, a small non-profit Ohio Biotech firm, has confirmed that they have decoded Frequency Equivalents™ for the proteins, genes and activators associated with the currently reported Swine Flu outbreak.

Albany, Ohio (PRWEB) May 6, 2009 -- In response to the increasing incidents of infection and the first reported American death from the new strain of the H1N1 Influenza virus, Sound Health, a small non-profit Ohio Biotech firm, has confirmed that they have decoded Frequency Equivalents™ for the proteins, genes and activators associated with the currently reported Swine Flu outbreak.

Sharry Edwards, the Director of Sound Health and the Institute of BioAcoustic Biology, has been recognized by the state of Ohio as the pioneer of Human BioAcoustic Vocal Profiling. This innovative technique comes under the terms "functional and energy medicine" classification as defined by the National Institute of Health. The Vocal Profiling process identifies and classifies relevant frequency and amplitude patterns of acoustic waves contained in a recording of the human voice. The above patterns are then assigned numerical values. These numbers, which serve as relative biomarkers, are then compared to a database of confirmed case study scenarios. The procedures of Vocal Profiling are operator independent and highly reproducible. BioAcoustic Biology is a field of research involving the use of acoustic-wave, frequency-based biomarkers to support the body's innate ability to restore optimal "self health."

Over the past 20 plus years, the Sound Health Institute has accumulated many documented cases of successful results that enhance and support the body's innate ability to protect itself efficiently from pathogens and viruses such as Herpes and the Epstein Barr Virus. The process of Sound Presentation consists of monitoring biofeedback responses while playing s
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