Bill Bengston has been conducting research in the area of anomalous healing for several decades and has proven the effectiveness of his technique in 14 controlled animal experiments conducted in 6 university biological and medical laboratories. His healing research has produced the first successful full cures of transplanted mammary cancer and methylcholanthrene induced sarcomas in experimental mice by laying-on-of-hands techniques that he helped to develop. He has also investigated assorted correlates to healing such as geomagnetic micropulsations and EEG harmonics and entrainment. The following are a selection of his published articles, some with co-authors as noted.
"Introduction: Remembrances of Bernard Grad," forthcoming in Bernard Grad,On the Road to Healing and Biogenesis. 2016.
"Spirituality, Connection, and Healing with Intent: Some Reflections on Cancer Experiments on Laboratory Mice," in Lisa Miller (ed.), Oxford Handbook of Spirituality and Psychology. 2012. Oxford University Press.
"Science and Hands-On Healing," Bridges Magazine, vol. 21(2), 2011.
"The Healing Connection: EEG Harmonics, Entrainment, and Schumann's Resonances." Journal of Scientific Exploration, vol. 24, no. 4,Winter 2010, pp. 655-666. (with Luke Hendricks and Jay Gunkelman)
"Some Patterns of Acceptance of Anomalies." The Explorer, vol.22, no.3, Spring 2009, p.7-9.
"Can Healing Be Taught?" Explore, vol 4(3), pp. 197-200, May/June 2008. (with Don Murphy)
"Resonance, Placebo Effects, and Type II Errors: Some Implications from Healing Research for Experimental Methods." Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, vol. 13(3), pp. 317-327, May 2007. (with Margaret Moga)
"Methodological Difficulties Involving Control Groups in Healing Research." The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, vol. 10(2), April 2004.
"Directions in Healing Research," Journal of Scientific Exploration, Vol. 15(1), pp. 128-130, Spring 2001.
"Scientific Disclosure," Journal of Scientific Exploration, Vol. 15(1), Spring 2001.
"Anomalies in Anomalous Research," Journal of Scientific Exploration, Vol. 15(1), Spring 2001.
"Some Implications of the Bengston/Krinsley Healing Experiments," Monterey Institute for the Study of Alternative Healing Arts, vol.30-31, December 2000, pp.353-364