The History of Plasma used for Human Therapy

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Plasma is a term used for two very different things –
1. a component of blood – a yellowish liquid  that normally holds the blood cells in suspension. 
2. gas that is ionized – plasma is an ionized gas made up of ions and electrons. Plasma is found in the Sun, stars, fusion reactors, plasma laboratory equipment and in systems made for human therapy. Plasma is a good conductor of electricity and reacts to a magnetic field, but otherwise has properties similar to those of a gas.

This is site is about electrical plasma – specifically plasma created for human therapy. What you will find here are descriptions of the work done by Nikola Tesla, Antoine Priore, Tom Bearden, Dan Winter and Paul Harris. 

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