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Foreword

    We are currently living in a time characterised by fundamental change. Individuals of all age-groups are continuously confronted with a wide variety of stress factors Uncompensated stress may not only lead to disturbances in ones’ health but also cause psychological and physical strain. Immune system defects, coupled with the resistance to medication, such as antibiotics, can lead to medical problems. Chronic diseases, and those which are difficult to treat, such as allergies, arthritis/rheum etc. are the medical challenges of the future.

    Both an interdisciplinary research of the causes - which also takes strain caused by exogenous and endogenous toxins into consideration – and a revised understanding of bio-medical living processes are the hurdles we face. A paradigm change in science and research, and the development of a reasonable awareness are the necessary requirements for intelligent preventive diagnostic and therapeutic treatments.

    The human blood is known as information carrier for many years. By making different tests people look for indications of organic diseases. These chemical laboratory tests are standards in conventional diagnosis. They help to diagnose manifest diseases. Conventional – here chemical / physical analysis methods – are not suited for the early discovery of diseases and not able to make statements for intelligent prevention.

    Particularly the biology as total science of living things and organisms has focused on blood as an information carrier. Pleomorphistic ( see liveblood ) research, done by many international specialists for two centuries now, examines the constitution and execution of micro organisms as well as the relation to their environment. The morphology (construction of the organism), physiology (operational sequence of the organism) and biochemistry (process of the reactions in the organism) are the relevant disciplines of pleomorphistic research and the basis for the microscopic examination of the BRL Laboratory. Costly preparation of the bloodsmears, special drying methods and a multidimensional microscopic analysis of the condition of the blood components (erythrocytes, leucocytes, thrombocytes, endobionts, fibrin net), of the blood plasma and the cell structures make reliable conclusions relating to your health possible. The use of modern technology and permanent innovation ensure diagnostic work on a very high level.

    Decades of experience in dealing with microscopic methods in the blood morphology prove that every (disturbed) process in the body shows its very specific characteristics in the blood count. Because these characteristics can be observed many weeks or even month/years before organic defects come up, the special value of microscopic examinations lies in the early diagnosis (prevention), as well as in the company of holistic and nonholistic therapies in times of disease and hard strain.

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