Promoted within alternative medicine and based on extensive research into free radical activity and antioxidant therapy, live blood analysis (LBA) is a remarkable development of a standard pathology test. It uses high-resolution dark field microscopy with enhanced video magnification to observe live blood cells to diagnose, prevent, and treat any disease or impairment of, or assessment of the health of human beings. LBA diagnoses a range of diseases and provides information about the degree of oxidation in the body, organ function, the state of the immune system, possible vitamin deficiencies, amount of toxicity, pH and mineral imbalance, and other areas of concern or weaknesses. It is known to spot degenerative immune system diseases two years before being detectable and can diagnose a lack of oxygen in the blood, low trace of minerals, lack of exercise, and weak kidneys, bladder, or spleen. LBA is primarily used to monitor the progression of disease and treatment successes.