Wow- that sounds great! And thanks for the article.
I curious- how are you defining "complete success?" I'm not meaning to sound skeptical, but wondering if you mean a reduction of symptoms, an improved culture analysis result, or what?
(My experience with Candida has been that I've had reasonable short-term "success" at times using a number of different approaches, but the pesky little critters have an uncanny ability to regroup- leading me to suspect internal environmental issues, etc.))
One of the claims I read about the terminator 2 zapper (I suspect, if true, that this would hold true for all zappers) is that it alkalizes the internal environment, and so would make one a less hospitable host. This is a little different than the theory put forward in the article you posted. But perhaps more optimistic, in terms of potential longevity of short-term results obtained? (I wonder if there is any way to tell which is true.)
So far I've been having good luck with the T2, but I'm keeping tabs on other options should I need them in the future- so thanks for posting!