PURIF

AcronymDefinition
PURIFPurification
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Blood Purif 2010; 29: 1-12, doi: 10.1159/000245041.
Blood Purif 2012; 33: 238-244, doi: 10.1159/000335256.
Scientologists believe toxins remain in the body for decades and affect both body and soul, and that the Purif can, for example, release anesthesia from a surgery years back.
(Hubbard claimed the Purif could increase IQ, and in a 1980 memo, cited by Zadrozny, pondered that his treatment raised the "interesting possibility that only Scientologists will have had the spiritual gain that would enable them to function in areas experiencing heavy fallout in an atomic war").
Purif. Technol., 42 (2005) 265.https://bibliotecausatpdqt.files.wordpress.com/.../adsorptive-removal-of-fluoride.pdf
stable haematocrit with less erythropoietin and improvement of other relevant blood parameters Blood Purif 24:163-173, 2006.
Chen, Removal of Chromium(VI) from Wastewater by Combined Electrocoagulation-electroflotation Without a Filter, Sep Purif Technol, 43, 117 (2005).
Li, Color removal from simulated dye water and actual textile waste water using a composite coagulant prepared by polyferric chloride and polydimethyldiallylammonium chloride, Purif. Technol, 54, 57 (2007).