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Maryam H.

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1 Review by Maryam

1/20/21

My name is Maryam, I am biomedical engineering and working in bioresonance field about 5 years, I searched on different devices and finally select the Sensitive Audit device. Because there are many benefits in comparison with other devices; for example
• full and complete scanning the body takes about 20 minutes
•calibrating is done by the device very fast and automatically(I saw some devices that calibrating must be done manually and may should be done many times during the scanning)
•having certificate from FDA
•having 97% accuracy on diagnosis
•having necessary standards for diagnosis and treatment like weakest system, microorganisms and their state, disease that are active on scan time and will be active on the future, allergens, etc.
•having healing waves, I worked with them on different chronic disease and saw great and unbelievable effects on body.
• finding the main cause of disease easily and having useful recommendations for eliminate the cause of disorders.
Additional these benefits, Alfa-Med team supports every time I have problem or question by free online classes or emails and also training courses are very useful and complete.
Finally I suggest this device from Alfa-Med company to doctors that want a complete and great diagnosis and treatment for patients.

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