Electronic Radio Biola

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Electronic Radio Biola
Creator(s) R. A. Gamble
Year created c. 1920s
Vendors Biola Manufacturing Co.

The Electronic Radio Biola is an electro-mechanical device that was sold for use in electronic medicine, invented by R. A. Gamble, manufactured and sold by the Biola Manufacturing Co., Inc., of Norfolk, Virginia. Advertising copy described it as "a Disease Wave-Trap Reservoir for catching and storing up the Disease Vibrations," proposing that "these Disease-Vibrations can be then used to assist nature in destroying the very disease that produced them,"[1] identically to Albert Abrams's ERA system.

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  1. "Advertisement for Electronic Radio-Biola (Automatic in its operation, trade-mark)", The Golden Age (Brooklyn, New York) 6 (146): 479, 22 April 1925, The+Golden+Age%252C+1925%252C+p%25C3%25A1gina+479.jpg, retrieved 2017-03-14