Designing an Accidental Cure: Simple Solution? Creating Human Lab Rats for Better Response

by | Sep 13, 2023 | Acupuncture Meridian Assessment, History of Medicine | 0 comments

Become a human lab rat and you may live longer. Would you like to know why? When I say become a rat, I meant a medical grade laboratory rat, not the stereotypical dirty, rotten scoundrel. If you don’t like the term human lab rat, you may substitute the words Mighty Human Mouse, a more endearing description. But, why and how?

Why is there such a disconnection in response to new drugs and therapies between well fed, stress free (generally) healthy animal models and clinical use of medications by the patient population in America? Most Americans have been fed industrial based, highly processed agricultural products for the last two generations; are stressed out from financial, emotional, spiritual, cultural wars; and unknown to them, many suffer from hidden dental infections, environmental toxins exposures, and unsuspected parasite/fungal infections.

I worked at the pathology lab at Washington University medical center in 1978-1979 under Dr. Tom Braciole, MD, Ph.D. as a lab technician while in graduate school at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. A part of my job was growing influenza and other viruses and injecting them into laboratory mice, harvesting the viruses, and deep freezing them. Also, injecting virus particles at different concentrations, and injecting radioactive chromium and harvesting radioactive macrophages.

That was well over 40 years ago. Why am I bringing up my experience of dealing with mice in the lab? All those mice come from a company breeding medical grade animals like rabbits and laboratory mice. They are healthy, well fed, content, and have no “dental problems” that I know of. I have not examined their dental condition, but all those mice seem in excellent health. Rarely, I saw an abnormal mouse with an enlarged spleen, perhaps having an unrecognized infection that was not detected at the breeding cage. No parasites were detected in their excreted feces.

Medical research and drug development creates an animal model to produce artificial disease processes that often include artificially inducing cancerous conditions by injecting aflatoxin fungal or other toxins, or inducing diabetes with streptozotocin, a soil-derived fungal toxin. Then, use new experimental drugs of interest to rescue or stop and reverse the disease process in multiple experimental phases. It takes many years and cost multimillions to billions of dollars to develop drugs targeting cellular and molecular genetic levels, go through the FDA approval process, and market to vulnerable “chronically sick general populations” as a new wonder drug. Besides the politics of science/medical research and questionable deals on the financial side of medical research, some drugs seem very promising based on animal models, but when tried on patients, responses have been disappointing or unpredictable, some with potential life-threatening side effects. There are many overlooked, unknown X-factors.

In my transition from Internal Medicine to integrative, alternative medicine over the last 30 years, I apply the concept and the principle of acupuncture meridian assessment (AMA) based on EAV (Electro Acupuncture according to Voll) developed in Germany. I can see the patterns and shortcomings of my Internal Medicine training. We have grossly overlooked, ignored medical and dental (MAD) connections, parasite/fungal infections, and chronic and acute environmental toxin exposure. Many cases have been chronicled in my two books, Accidental Cure: Extraordinary Medicine for Extraordinary Patients, and AcciDental Blow Up in Medicine: Battle Plan for Your Life.

How can we translate many different symptoms and medical diagnoses of Western medical science that do not truly reveal the underlying problems to a more tangible, medical bioenergetic frequency scale that indicates healthy functioning – or dysfunction – within the body’s interrelated systems, based on ancient meridian technology? Think of bioenergetic frequencies along acupuncture meridians like music – they can be well modulated and in tune, or distorted and discordant.

Acupuncture meridian assessment has become a cornerstone of my medical practice. I have studied acupuncture, German Biological Medicine, EAV, and developed a practice of AMA which gives great insight into complex health problems, and the application of effective treatments in a stepwise fashion, to address the biggest problems first, gradually restoring healthy functioning and vitality.

Here is an example depicting acupuncture meridian readings in a patient with chronic fatigue, Lyme, neuropathy, brain fog, etc. and below, converting them into to a musical scale. In this example green reflects normal range, blue reflects low readings of chronic degenerative conditions, and red reflects high readings of an acute inflammatory state.  Each bar represents an acupuncture meridian, which connects various organ, joint, tooth, and electrical pathways throughout the body. As the underlying problems are identified and corrected, the patient responds and meridian systems get back “in tune,” restoring healthy functioning.

Another case below detects an “early warning sign” of a precancerous breast cancer condition below by using AMA and infrared thermal imaging. AMA picked up hidden dental infection and parasite infection. A side benefit of correcting the underlying dental and parasite infection was her rheumatoid arthritis resolved, and she went from high risk to low risk for developing breast cancer, as seen from the series of thermal images below, left to right.

Be a human rat or a Mighty Mouse and you may live longer. It may not sound too bad if you read my entire essay. Unknown to my patients and me, my medical practice has been evolving to making my patients become laboratory human rats. Often, spontaneous healing happens while going through the motion becoming a Human Rat or Mouse. In summary, in searching for a simple solution to complex, weird, chronic medical conditions, we cannot ignore the simple facts I observed 40 years ago. Medical grade laboratory rats or mice don’t have dental problems, parasite infections, or exposure to environmental toxins. If we can reverse engineer sick patients to medical grade human lab rats by correcting dental infections, eliminating parasite/fungal infections and environmental toxins, we may discover patients may, in the face of cancer, respond to a fraction of the chemo or radiation therapy if needed. Creating healthy human lab rats might be key to the art of designing an Accidental Cure, a simple solution?

Dr. Simon Yu, MD is a Board Certified Internist. He practices Internal Medicine with an emphasis on Integrative Medicine to use the best each has to offer. For more articles and information about integrative medicine, patient success stories, and Dr. Yu’s latest book, AcciDental Blow Up in Medicine: Battle Plan for Your Life, visit his website at or call Prevention and Healing, Inc., 314-432-7802. You can also attend a free monthly presentation and discussion on Integrative Medicine at his office on the second Tuesday each month at 6:30 pm. Call to verify the date. Seating is limited, arrive early. Dr. Yu teaches Acupuncture Meridian Assessment (AMA) seminars to physicians, dentists, and prescribing health professionals in April and June of each year, with an advanced training for AMA graduates in August.