In addition, there are a lot of articles, books or evidence based studies in the literature. Such as;
Electromagnetic fields in the treatment of chronic lower back pain in patients with degenerative disc disease. Arneja AS, Kotowich A, Staley D, Summers R, Tappia PS.
Future Sci OA. 2016 Feb 11;2(1):FSO105.
Evidence for the efficacy of a bioresonance method in smoking cessation: a pilot study. Pihtili A, Galle M, Cuhadaroglu C, Kilicaslan Z, Issever H, Erkan F, Cagatay T, Gulbaran Z. Forsch Komplementmed. 2014;21(4):239-45.
The Application of Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields (PEMFs) for Bone Fracture Repair: Past and Perspective Findings. Daish C, Blanchard R, Fox K, Pivonka P, Pirogova E.
Ann Biomed Eng. 2018 Jan 22. doi: 10.1007/s10439-018-1982-1.
I think, rather than characterizing as fake, being inquisitive and searching for evidence based information is an option.
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Effect of bioresonance therapy on antioxidant system in lymphocytes in patients with rheumatoid arthritis.
[Bioresonance therapy in treatment of allergies. Every person has his own vibration pattern. Interview by Beatrice Wagner].
Süss S. Fortschr Med. 1997 Apr 20;115(11):16, 18.