From Kook Science
10 March 1912
|Died||9 May 1983 (71)|
|Alma mater||Alessandro Volta School of Electricity; Bologna School of Electronics|
Antoine Prioré (April 10, 1912 - May 9, 1983) was a French-immigré electrical and electronics engineer of Italian descent who produced several electromagnetic devices, each capable of generating strong magnetic fields, for the purpose of treating cancer and other diseases, a system of treatment based on methodologies he refused to disclose (on the basis that others would profit from his work, and that he deserved enormous compensation for his research).
- Graille, Jean-Michel (1984), Dossier Priore: Une Nouvelle Affaire Pasteur?, Paris: Denoël, https://www.amazon.com/Dossier-Priore-nouvelle-affaire-Pasteur/dp/2207230023/?tag=apopheniacs-20
- Bateman, J. B. (1978), Report R-5-78. A Biologically Active Combination of Modulated Magnetic and Microwave Fields: The Prioré Machine, London: Office of Naval Research, http://r.4dt.org/text/misc/T.E.%20Bearden/Bearden%20-%20US%20Office%20of%20Naval%20Research%20Report%20on%20the%20Priore%20Machine.pdf
- Bird, Christopher (1994), "The Case of Antoine Prioré and His Therapeutic Machine: A Scandal in the Politics of Science", Explore! 5 (5-6): 97-110