I’ve been talking to Sonia and exploring the website looking for research. Not million-dollar so-called “gold standard” type stuff, but just some very basic studies to support the use of the CoRe system. I’m about to get a system and I’ve been 30 years in the CAM field (and edit a magazine/journal for practitioners) – I’m saying that up front to get across that I am not coming from an adversarial point of view. It’s more one of disappointment that there is – apparently – a dearth of evidence that I can put in front of professional colleagues.
For instance, it would not be costly nor difficult to put up a few examples of how CoRe system’s dental findings correlate with what patients are told by their dentists. Similarly, it would be really great to see some records/results/case histories from Jacqueline Sohn’s practice demonstrating how the system’s read-out of meridians and points correlates or complements what she finds using TCM assessment.
What is baffling me is that I’ve been very impressed by the information on the CoRe site and by the effort that Kiran Schmidt has put in to provide an overview that no other manufacturer/supplier can be bothered to do. Kiran’s presentations on the Princeton study demonstrate how important he feels it is to have a scientific underpinning to the CoRe system. So I find it odd that there is this “hole” where the most basic research/evidence should be.
Is there any kind of formal or informal supporting research? It would be nice, for instance, to see individual case histories or a series of case studies. The basic level research is not difficult or expensive to do – it is just record-keeping and/or data collection. There must be enough practitioners using the system by now to have generated a lot of material?
Thank you in advance for any help/comments anyone can offer.
this is the typical request for research ….. believing that modern medicine is based on a solid scientific evidence based foundation….
In fact the country that has most of it the USA has the sickest population and even people who can afford what is considered to be the best possible care like Michael Jackson die at age 50 while been stuffed with all this evidence based medicine.
On the other hand CAM like Homeopathy is considered to be so unproven that in several states in the USA even a medical doctor can loose his license if he uses it because of course everyone who is somewhat sober would know that nothing diluted a million times is still nothing and can have no effect what so ever.
I dont want to spend my and your energy on doing studies to prove that informational modalities work …. Homeopathy has not been able to convince the masses for 200 years certainly not those who make their living on the sickness of the masses (here is the result of a recent study of homeopathy) :
Simon I guess you will look for this eveidence for the rest of your life “Truth will convince those with eyes to see … and will never convince the blind no matter how many words and studies are done”
Those blind like of course “THE DOUBLE BLIND STUDIES” and will not accept anything else ….. first the doctor should be blind to what he is giving (which anyway is usually the case as otherwise doctors would not prescribe what they usually are) and second the patient should be blind to what he is taking (of course considering what the doctor usually gives him … he better be blind)
But now from a more sober perspective…. double blind studies will never prove informational modalities because the remedy has to be “CLIENT SPECIFIC” to be work… but you can only do this if you match it correctly.
How many people would get an objective mood enhancement from driving a blue BMW ?
I think less than 15 % of the population….. can we therefore conclude the feeling of ecstasy that these 15% experience is a PLACEBO effect ?
Yes we do! and that is why we sell the CoRe as a Placebo device which finds reproducibly “the client specific PLACEBO INFORMATION ” that makes them better……
and this PLACEBO machine is certainly costing less than a BMW .. plus it works for more than 15 %