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Targeted treatment of cancer with radiofrequency electromagnetic fields amplitude-modulated at tumor-specific frequencies

Targeted treatment of cancer with radiofrequency electromagnetic fields amplitude-modulated at tumor-specific frequencies | Future health | Scoop.it

In the past century, there have been many attempts to treat cancer with low levels of electric and magnetic fields. We have developed noninvasive biofeedback examination devices and techniques and discovered that patients with the same tumor type exhibit biofeedback responses to the same, precise frequencies.


In vitro studies have demonstrated that tumor-specific frequencies identified in patients with various forms of cancer are capable of blocking the growth of tumor cells in a tissue- and tumor-specific fashion. Current experimental evidence suggests that tumor-specific modulation frequencies regulate the expression of genes involved in migration and invasion and disrupt the mitotic spindle.


This novel targeted treatment approach is emerging as an appealing therapeutic option for patients with advanced cancer given its excellent tolerability. Dissection of the molecular mechanisms accounting for the anti-cancer effects of tumor-specific modulation frequencies is likely to lead to the discovery of novel pathways in cancer.


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Sepp Hasslberger's curator insight, September 4, 2015 5:41 AM

A cancer treatment without the side effects... looks like we're making progress!

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Vaccines Damage Developing Brains

Vaccines Damage Developing Brains | Future health | Scoop.it

During the first two years of life, a child's brain undergoes extensive development, especially of pathways used in higher functions such as thinking, learning, attention, memory, social control, and language. While 80 percent of brain growth is complete by age 4, the frontal lobes continue to develop until around age 26.

 This explains why mental illness peaks during adolescence. Studies also show that serious mental disorders begin very early in life, even during infancy or in the womb. It also explains why adolescents take risks and often exercise poor judgment — those parts of the brain are still poorly developed.


I am convinced that the vaccine schedule interferes with this development. The results are antisocial behaviors, poor judgment, and learning difficulties. To learn more about the dangers of vaccines, read my special report "Vaccines and Brain Injuries — Are You At Risk?"


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A real healthy medicine of the future will need to acknowledge the risks related to vaccination and rely other means than dangerous and poisonous remedies -- all the intelligent and efficient solutions already exist for a new paradigm in medicine! Keywords: hyperbaric therapy, Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy (PEMF), Ozone therapy, quality supplementation of vitamins and minerals, healthy nutrition...

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Sepp Hasslberger's curator insight, July 6, 2015 12:15 PM

Russell Blaylock says it like it is. 

You can prevent neurodegenerative disease, but you can't do so following the "standard of care" of Western pharma-oriented medicine.

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This device diagnoses diseases from a single drop of blood

This device diagnoses diseases from a single drop of blood | Future health | Scoop.it

Tech giants are jumping into the fray with fitness offerings like Apple Health and Google Fit, but there’s still not much in the way of, well, actual medicine.

 

Dr. Eugene Chan and his colleagues at the DNA Medical Institute (DMI) aim to change that. Chan's team has created a portable handheld device that can diagnose hundreds of diseases using a single drop of blood with what Chan claims is gold-standard accuracy.

 

Known as rHEALTH, the technology was developed over the course of seven years with grants from NASA, the National Institutes of Health, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

 

"There used to be no method for good, autonomous diagnosis," Chan tells WIRED. "rHEALTH technology is highly sensitive, quantitative, and capable of meeting the FDA's bar for sophistication, while still being geared for consumers."


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Mytchel Daley's curator insight, March 26, 2015 4:17 AM

With the ability to predict diseases this form of medical technology can path the way into finding and treating illness in an effective matter. With it being portable and only a drop of blood required its necessity is paramount. 

Athiphan Samranyat's curator insight, March 26, 2015 8:48 AM

This is very cooool!, this technology would save hundreds of life. Imagine if someone is in the first stage of critical illness but didn't know it until using this device. This must be one of the most important technology in next few years.

 

 

Samuel Free's curator insight, March 27, 2015 12:06 AM

This type of technology is paramount to ending world health issues in impoverished places

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Welcome to Dr Isaac Golden's Natural Immunisation Research

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A solution to replace harmful vaccination is homeoprophylaxis

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Pollack Laboratory - Water and Cell Biology

Pollack Laboratory - Water and Cell Biology | Future health | Scoop.it

The book, Cells, Gels and the Engines of Life builds on the central role of water for biology. It provides evidence that much of the water in the cell is very near to one or another hydrophilic surface and therefore ordered, and that cell behavior can be properly understood only if this feature is properly taken into account.


It goes on to show that seemingly complex behaviors of the cell can be understood in simple terms once a proper understanding of water and surfaces is achieved.


While the book is an award-winning best seller, it has aroused controversy because it questions some long-held basic features of cell function such as membrane channels and pumps. This steps on many scientific toes.


Many others have praised the insights obtained from building on a foundation of first principles (see book website above). One prominent reviewer from Harvard University opines that the book is “a 305 page preface to the future of cell biology.”


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Sepp Hasslberger's curator insight, November 16, 2014 1:09 PM

Water is so important yet so little researched ... but here is some progress and it promises to revolutionise our understanding of biological processes. 

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Midwife care cuts risk of babies being born prematurely, Cochrane Library review shows

Midwife care cuts risk of babies being born prematurely, Cochrane Library  review shows | Future health | Scoop.it
WOMEN who have a midwife care for them during pregnancy and delivery are less likely to have premature babies.
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