researchers from Houston Methodist Institute of Neurological Diseases They developed Electromagnetic helmet able to help shrink deadly cancerous tumor By more than a third.
through a Helmet composed of three tumor oscillators Experts have concluded that it is tightly connected and connected to a microprocessor-based electronic control unit that is powered by a rechargeable battery Shrink the tumor of a patient with glioblastoma, the brain cancer deadliest In adults it is 31%.
This helmet is known as “Oncomagnetic device”Provides non-invasive oscillating magnetic field therapy when placed on the patient’s head
The treatment consists of the intermittent application of an oscillating magnetic field caused by the rotation of the permanent magnet in a specific frequency profile and time pattern.
“It was first administered for two hours under supervision at the Beck Clinic, and subsequent treatments were performed at home with the help of the patient’s wife, increasing treatment times to a maximum of only six hours per day,” The specialists said.
According to experts, during the five weeks of the patient’s treatment, magnetic therapy was well tolerated and Tumor mass and volume reduced by approximately a third, which appears to be related to the treatment dose.
The researchers detailed the case study published in frontiers in oncology, That said patient had recurrent end-stage glioblastoma, despite undergoing radical surgical resection, chemoradiation, and experimental gene therapy.
Although the topic for whom treatment electromagnetic helmet He died from an unrelated injury about a month after starting treatment, and his brain autopsy confirmed the rapid response to treatment.
“Imagine curing brain cancer without radiation therapy or chemotherapy,” said David S. Baskin, study author, who addedOur results in the lab and with this patient open up a new world of non-invasive, non-toxic treatment cancer brain, with many exciting possibilities for the future.”
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