Definition of quantum medicine in English:

quantum medicine

Syllabification: quan·tum med·i·cine

noun

A branch of complementary medicine that uses low-dosage electromagnetic radiation in the treatment, diagnosis, and prevention of disease.
More example sentences
  • Medicine has made remarkable developments in biotechnology, genetic engineering and quantum medicine - keeping pace with the scientific advancements in the fields of microphysics, super-microphysics and quantum physics.
  • Quantum medicine starts by finding the cause of the condition by defining stressors, then understanding how stressors interact, correct deficiencies, boosting the pH, supporting Phase I, II and III detoxification, immunomodulate, establish Quantum coherence and efficient repair of DNA.

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