Dr. h.c. Andreas Ludwig Kalcker is a biophysical researcher of German origin who has spent most of his life in Spain and now lives for many years in Switzerland. His main areas of research include the therapeutic application of frequencies, where he has worked in recent years partly for the University of Bern (Inselspital). 

Since 2007, however, he has devoted considerable effort to delving into the intricate electromolecular mechanisms underlying the efficacy of chlorine dioxide (ClO2) as a medical intervention, specifically with regard to his own successful treatment of arthritis. Subsequently, he has been diligently pursuing further progress in this field.

In 2012, Dr. Kalcker developed an advanced variant of chlorine dioxide known as CDS, which offers remarkable improvements over traditional two-component solutions by eliminating adverse effects. Simultaneously, he published his first book entitled “CDS, Health is Possible”, meticulously based on his diploma thesis and personal experiences. These serve as the basis for his in-depth knowledge of the field.

Based on his research in Switzerland, he has diligently filed and successfully obtained several patents for therapeutic applications targeting hypoxia, inflammation, infection, sepsis and the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus. These patents are now accessible worldwide. 

In 2016 he published a highly acclaimed book entitled “Health Forbidden – Incurable Was Yesterday”, which is still considered a bestseller today. In addition, his extensive publications on the CLO2 mechanism in SARS-CoV-2 viruses have attracted a great deal of attention.

In recognition of his important contributions, he was awarded an Honorary Doctorate by the  Executive University of the State of Mexico. His outstanding work has been recognised by many universities with numerous awards, which are listed below.

A notable milestone in his career was the successful enactment of legislation implementing the use of CDS during the Corona pandemic in Bolivia.

In addition, he was actively involved as a founding member of COMUSAV (Global Coalition for Health and Life), a medical association that currently has more than 5,000 affiliated physicians. Particularly commendable is his success in the effective implementation of CDS in Latin America. The remarkable achievements derived from the use of CDS are also highlighted in its publication “Bye Bye Bye Covid”, which includes contributions from more than 30 respected physicians.

However, it is also important to recognise that numerous controversies have arisen around their work due to misconceptions about CDS (chlorine dioxide) and its confusion with chlorine bleach (sodium hypochlorite) or sodium chlorite that are different chemical substances. These misconceptions have even been spread even by official authorities such as the FDA. Allegations have been made about possible harms associated with the use of CDS; however, these claims have been strongly refuted by numerous rigorous peer reviewed scientific studies.

All accusations of ad hominem attacks of some Mainstream Media related to alleged court cases and alleged damages in this matter have been definitively proven false.