CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ORTHOPEDICS
Designation: Professor of Advanced Medicine
Department: Orthopedic Surgery
University: Honorary Fellow of the International Academy of Medical Sciences
Country: United Kingdom
Andrew Hague’s interest in the technology that was to become CellSonic began in 1987 with the first lithotripter in Britain. Using his own capital, he developed the CellSonic VIPP machines and sold them around the world.
In 2016, Professor Hague devised the protocol for curing cancer and this is now used in CellSonic Clinics in India, Peru, Switzerland and Poland. Many more are planned. There are no side effects, drugs must not be used and the cancer is stopped within three days.
CellSonic VIPP has been used for physiotherapy and sports medicine for twenty years. Where the patient also had cut skin the cure for non-healing wounds was discovered and that led to repairing nerves and pain release.
Professor Hague is the owner of CellSonic Limited and advises the Universities of Bradford in England and Hyderabad in India.
- Tissue regeneration
- Cancer - diagnosis and treatment
- Diabetes - reversal
- Alzheimer’s disease
- Parkinson’s disease
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