Title: “Cancer Cells Formation and PEMF Treatment”
Source: The GOiMRS2000 Blog
Word Count: 806
Over the years, I’ve realized when you give your body what it needs, it takes care of you in return. At a young age, I watched a lot of my family members die from degenerative diseases as they dealt with obesity and other aggressive medical conditions. If I can help other families change their health for the better then I feel that I’ve done my job. There have been promising case studies showcasing the power of PEMF therapy. The “C” word is a hotly-debated topic making waves in the scientific community. I know we are close to a major breakthrough and, for some people, that breakthrough can’t come soon enough. In this blog, I’ll be covering the effects of pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) therapy on cancerous cells.
The Formation Of Cancer Cells
First, before understanding how cancer cells form and where they come from, I want to cover the basics of normal cells. As an approximate total, there are 70,000,000,000,000 (70 trillion) cells in our body. Every 7 years, our body fully regenerates every single cell. Old cells die and new ones are replicated from existing cells to replace them. This is part of the normal growth and aging process.
The first step in cancerous cells forming is a fundamental flaw in the process of normal cells being replaced. When the replacement of cells becomes the addition of cells, there is a problem. Some old cells do not die and still, new ones are created so there are excess cells. An excess number of cells big enough form tumors—nothing more than a mass of cells. Not all tumors are cancerous and a biopsy would be needed to determine whether it’s benign or malignant.
Tumors can become cancerous when the function of the cells changes. All cells are specialized to do certain things depending on where they reside in your body. When they do not adhere to their specialization, they only continue replicating. Malignant cells and tumors come as a result of mutated cells, and more specifically, mutated DNA.
Typical Treatment Protocol
According to NCBI, “the number of cancer‐related deaths is predicted to increase to over 11 million by 2030. The types of cancer with the highest incidence are lung (1.59 million people), liver (745,000), stomach (723,000), colon and rectum (694,000), breast (521,000), and esophagus (400,000).” — Source: U.S. National Library Of Medicine. Traditional cancer treatment options can be aggressive, expensive, unproven, and just as lethal as cancer itself, if not more. Radiation and chemotherapy are the two most known treatment routes. While these treatments have saved many people’s lives, they have not saved everyone. Sadly, both treatments regularly wreaked havoc on the human body killing ALL cells—tumors, cancerous/mutated cells, and normal.
PEMF vs. Cancer Cells
PEMF therapy has existed for a while, yet still has only limited documentation on humans, unfortunately. Two types of cancers that have documentation worth providing are colon cancer and breast cancer. I’m starting with breast adenocarcinoma cells—a malignant tumor formed from glandular structures in epithelial tissue. NCBI studies have proven useful with very low intensity, but frequent treatment cycles, which have attacked only the toxic cells without disrupting the healthy cells.
Certain parameters (below) have allowed this to occur: 1) setting the frequency of an iMRS device to 20 Hz, (2) using an intensity of 3 mT and (3) limiting the exposure time of 60 minutes per day for up to 3 days. Four different methods of monitoring took place to ensure these results: “1) trypan blue assay (a process of dyeing dead tissues and dead cells blue to distinguish them), 2) apoptosis determination by DNA strand break detection (determining which cells are naturally pre-programmed to die by way of DNA), 3) analysis of cellular electrical properties by means of impedance microflow cytometer (analyzing electrical characteristics of cells), and 4) apoptosis determination by Annexin V staining (determining which Annexin A5 proteins are programmed to die via a certain dye color).” — Source: U.S. National Library Of Medicine. That was a lot to translate so I hope it was easy to understand.
In summary, this is both good and somewhat good. The good part is that the cancerous cells were immediately attacked. The somewhat good is that it has been proven immediately effective, but results in the long-term are not yet available. This is where science and more trials will prove the true effectiveness of PEMF. If I can help bring you closer to a better life with a cancerous condition, please reach out!
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