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A Review of Cancer Electromagnetic Frequency Therapy: Towards Physics of Cancer

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It is known that conventional chemotherapy has average success rate of less than 25%, which seems to suggest that we need a better therapy for cancer. Chemotherapy and radiation employ non-specific toxic effects to inhibit the proliferation of both normal and tumor cells. In this regard, specific low frequency EMT has been reported to restore the homeostatic function of genes involved with controlling cell growth. Here I discuss possibility of a novel approach of cancer treatment using various applications of electromagnetic frequency.


International Frontier Science Letters (Volume 4)
V. Christianto, "A Review of Cancer Electromagnetic Frequency Therapy: Towards Physics of Cancer", International Frontier Science Letters, Vol. 4, pp. 7-10, 2015
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April 2015

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