EXPERTS START TAKING NOTICE OF NAESSENS
From The Cancer Chronicles #24-#25
© Dec. 1994 by Ralph W. Moss, Ph.D.
Despite medicine's hostility to everything
associated with the name of Naessens, his contribution has begun to be recognized
by a few brave experts from other fields.For example, in 1989, Rolf Wieland,
a senior product specialist for the famous firm of Carl Zeiss (Canada),
wrote that Naessens's microscope "is a remarkable advancement in light
microscopy, showing amazingly many details in the specimen...." Wieland
added: "It seems to be an avenue of microscopy that should be pursued
for the betterment of science."
Thomas G. Tornabene, the director of the School of Applied Biology at
the Georgia Institute of Technology, wrote that Naessens's "microscope
and his expertise should be immensely valuable to many researchers...."
In 1994, two professors at Auburn University published an article in a peer-reviewed
American Chemical Society journal in which they credited "Naessens
dark-field condenser" for its role in their US Army- supported work.
They thanked Naessens for "his expert technical assistance"in
their work (Langmuir 1994;10:1354-1357).
On 6/14/94, Auburn Prof. Vitaly Vodyanoy wrote Naessens that his ultramicroscopic
condenser was "absolute wonderful. The resolution and quality of the
images we have with your condenser are superb."Despite such accolades
from recognized experts, groups such as the NCHF still claim that Naessens
is a fraud and his achievements simply the illusion of "desperate patients
and ding-a-ling freelance writers who spin yarns about the grand medical
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