This organization tries to remain open to many different approaches to the delivery of medical ozone from all over the world. OWB has projects started in under-developed areas to bring them this cost effective and successful modality.
Doctors associated with OWB have an ongoing project in a remote area of Africa to treat malaria with chilled ozonated water. Dr. Robert Rowen went to a village in Africa and watched them successfully treating villagers suffering from malaria. This very cost-effective way to treat malaria could save thousands of lives throughout the world. OWB is dedicated to finding cost effective and teachable ways to help people remove some the life-threatening health problems of the world. Dr. Rowen and Dr. Howard Robins went to Sierra Leone five years ago to successfully treat Ebola.
The use of ozone gas intradiscal to address intervertebral discs was presented by Dr. Aldon Williams of San Antonio, Texas. He is an orthopedic surgeon for humans who learned ozone therapy three years ago and now avoids very invasive and costly back surgeries on his patients and has positive success.
Dr. Juan Carlos Perez Olmedo from Spain showed multiple cases of using intraperitoneal (“IP”) ozone gas infusion to treat cancer. He is treating liver and pancreatic cancer.
Dr. Nazarov Eugeny from the Ukraine Introduced the use of noble gas xenon and hydrogen for health conditions.
Dr. Lamberto Re from Italy presented cases using ozonated olive oil injected into tumors and lesions.
Dr. Bill Domb, DDS brought forth the need to care for the mouth, as it is the gateway to the other body parts; bleeding gums and cavities can really be a sign that other parts of your immune system are not working well.
Andre Hugo Smith showed his use of HOCATT and combining multiple technologies: ozone, PEMF, carbonic acid, micro current, and hyperthermia.
There was a demonstration of the Zotzmann ozone generator, with the developer Dr. Wolfgang Zotzmann, with the “10 pass” hyperbaric ozone generator. It was done in combination with the Hemealumen, which was designed and built by Gene Barnett, who was also present. The combination increases oxidative stress and allows the UV light and photoluminescence of four spectrums of light red, blue, amber and green to affect the blood.
Dr. Roman lectured on the use of medical ozone in MicroBiome Restorative Therapy (“MBRT”). Ozone reduces the biofilm in both the intestines and the oral cavity to allow a new healthier microbiome to be implanted and thrive in the host. This addition of new more diverse microbiome can bring an individual patient back into balance. With this re-balancing of the gut the immune system that originates from the lymphatic system of the gut, one can see changes in the medical condition of the animals. The microbiome that are introduced to the gut through the MBRT will help play a big part in the type and numbers of microbes in the body.
Ozone therapy has been a big part of the success of the thousands of MBRT procedures that MASH has done over the past seven years.