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FREE Educational PBM Site

LaserAnnals.com is proud to announce its cooperation with the new free educational site, LaserLessons.info! This site offers ten basic educational documents on PBM as on Open Access option. Where applicable, more complex explanations are additionally linked to one of the more read more
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Autoimmunity and PBM

Autoimmunity and PBM By Jan Tunér Autoimmunity is the system of immune responses of an organism against its own healthy cells and tissues. Any disease that results from such an aberrant immune response is termed an autoimmune disease. Prominent examples read more
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Is there a biostimulating effect of blue light?

Is there a biostimulating effect of blue light? By Jan Tunér In recent years, lasers and LEDs in the blue part of the spectrum have been introduced on the market. It is known that blue light has a bactericidal effect read more
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Revisiting the Holy Grail…

An open letter to the laser therapy community. Peter A Jenkins, MBA First Posted April 28, 2009 […and reprised here just for fun!]   Many of you, over the years, will have read my various articles and posts in which read more
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A Brief Word on Reciprocity

A Brief Word on Reciprocity Peter A. Jenkins, MBA The 3rd Law of Photobiology (a.k.a. the Reciprocity Rule and the Bunsen-Roscoe Law) states that “the effects of irradiation will be independent of irradiance and exposure time as long as radiant read more
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Trials and Errors

Trials & Errors Science is based upon trials and errors. Yes, even errors give serendipitous results; the discovery of penicillin is just one of them. Science starts with ideas, but has to be confirmed. Too often ideas are commercialized before read more
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Low Level Laser and Antibiotic Resistance

Low level laser and antibiotic resistance Jan Tunér “Antibiotic resistance is a type of drug resistance where a microorganism is able to survive exposure to an antibiotic” (Wikipedia). Some of the readers of this article would probably not be alive read more
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Stacking the Deck?

Stacking the Deck? We received an email from a reader with regards to this presentation: (Light Years Ahead 1.7 MB PDF), asking for our comments. Here they are: I had a look at the presentation by Dr. Godbold and have made read more
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What is Low and What is High?

What is low and what is high? By Jan Tunér Let us first be clear about one thing – science is not to be based upon what we already know. To use “inappropriate” methods in a study is not wrong. read more
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