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Affects of Frequency-Specific Pulsed Electric Fields On Cancer Cells in vitro

Goal: We are attempting to destroy and slow the growth of cancer cells using frequency-specific pulsed electric fields broadcast by an enclosed gas plasma antenna. Initial data has shown up to a 61% in decrease in the number of K562 (leukemia) cells as compared to controls. We are working on confirmation of that data and investigation of the mechanism of action at the cellular level.

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An explanation of Dr. Hollandʼs discovery on the use of Frequency-specific Oscillating Pulsed Electric Fields (OPEF) To destroy human cancer cells in vitro.
Frequency specific, specially tuned, pulsed, amplitude modulated radio frequency fields utilizing an enclosed gas plasma antenna [Plasma Emission Field Treatment (PEFT)] can have dramatic disruptive effects on the morphology of human cancer cells in vitro. The morphological transformations are photographed and video taped. On the basis of the characterization of the electromagnetic field generated by the gas plasma antenna, a model of the action of the PEFT on the cells, based on the cells microtubule mechanical resonances during their mitotic spindle cleavage, is developed to explain the cells destruction in vitro. Furthermore, considering the electric field attenuation inside organs, we can expect a similar destructive effect in vivo inside cancerous organs.
POSTER presented on affects of frequency-specific oscillating pulsed electric fields (broadcast by an enclosed gas plasma antenna) on human leukemia cells in vitro.
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We are attempting to destroy and slow the growth of cancer cells using frequency-specific pulsed electric fields broadcast by an enclosed gas plasma antenna. Initial data has shown up to a 61% in decrease in the number of K562 (leukemia) cells as compared to controls. We are working on confirmation of that data and investigation of the mechanism of action at the cellular level.