>- How soon will this life-saving protocol get widespread acceptance?
Soon, the trend is expanding.
>- Is it possible that it might be supressed completely?
I doubt that this will happen. Somewhere between 60,000 and 80,000 units were probably sold last year in the US and it appears to be doubling.
>- How effective is a zapper, compared to other remedies? Is it better than mainstream Antibiotics
As it works differently, it is hard to compare. For bacterial infections, the zapper is immediately faster than any antibiotic, but this is valid only while the zapper is on and active. Most Antibiotics
are growth inhibitors and do not kill bacteria directly. The most effective combination is to use both.
>- What makes people so skeptical they won't even try it out?
I do not know, but it was about 7 or 8 years after I heard about zappers before I tried one.
>- If everyone had one and used it, would all pathogen-related diseases eventually become completely extinct?
Doubtful, just as bacteria that are resistant to Antibiotics
have developed, improper us of the zapper could lead to bacteria that are resistant to the electrical vibrations from the zapper.