Apparatus for inducing electrically charged alignment changes in biological tissue includes a generally flat translucent cavity containing a volume of gas that includes water vapor, carbon dioxide and other similarly common molecules that is charged along one surface by a sequence of pulses of electrical charge each of a potential sufficient to excite the common molecules to a higher state. The opposite side of the cavity is then conformed for intimate contact with the skin of a person, thus communicating the electromagnetic pulses associated with each excitation level change into the tissue.


> N-(2-benzyl)-2-phenylbutanamides as androgen receptor modulators

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