In another very important project, Rev. Teruyuki Tada conducted a clinical study on the effects of Johrei on terminal lung cancer patients at a research institute in New York state in 1981. In collaboration with a team of American surgeons, Rev. Tada observed two groups of patients over several months, a control group and a treated group, to whom he administered Johrei daily. At the end, the doctors used their data to measure the effects of Johrei.
The results of this unique study were inconclusive, partly because those in the treated group were also receiving regular medical therapies. Also, most patients were in the hospital for only a short time. (See Appendix I of Johrei: Divine Light of Salvation.)
During the same year, Rev. Tada started another experiment with Johrei using mice. The church has continued the experiments in Kyoto under the supervision of specialists in cancer research. The resulting data show that mice in a treated group generally recover more quickly from an injury or disease than those in a control group. We anticipate the publication of the results of these tests in a medical journal.
|Ongoing research with mice at Reimei Laboratory.||Giving Johrei to mice in the treated group.|
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