Not sure what part(s) you are talking about. I have been working with ozone and building my own units for about 17 years. A lot of what I have learned was from research done in Germany, where ozone therapy started. For instance some of the research papers by Dr. Horst Kief, and Dr. Alexander Preuss. There is also a great book on the subject called the Use of Ozone in Medicine, which was written by some German doctors for German doctors. It is available in English, though there are some German abbreviations being used. In the book they clearly state that ONLY cold corona is to be used for internal therapy. Other than that I have experimented with all sorts of different ozone devices testing them for acid production. And I know some people claim UV does not create acids, but it does. UV mimics sunlight, which also creates sulfur and nitrogen oxides, which lead to sulfur and nitrogen based acids. As far as the degradation of UV bulbs that is well known. That is why ozone generating UV lamps used in some hospitals have to be changed out on a regular basis. The only other thing that I can think of that you may be questioning is the long chain ozone, which from the research I found does exist. It is highly unstable though and has a shorter life than the O3 - Ozone molecule.
If you have any research to the contrary I would like to see it because what I have stated has been verified by the research I have seen and conducted.