Destroying viruses with a little dose of micro-current electricity

In 1990 at The Albert Einstein College of Medicine, researchers discovered that by conducting a small amount of electricity through a sample of human blood, the outer protein layer of any disease-causing bacteria, virus, or microbe within the blood was destroyed. Dr. Robert Beck, physicist and inventor/patent holder of the camera flash bulb, discovered that this groundbreaking medical information had been deliberately suppressed and spent the rest of his life standing up for this miraculous break through in the healing field. He even went on to design a small, cheap, and portable blood electrification device, and has disclosed data on AIDS patients completely recovering in a short amount of time by pulsing a tiny amount of micro amperes into the blood stream.