If you heat a cell above 43degrees Celsius, it will die.
It doesn't matter what type of cancer it is, the heat kills the cell.
Radiation is like a spotlight. What I'm using (nanoparticles) is like a laser pointer.
Radiation can get you in the general area but it's not targeted. It's not local, it's not specific just to the tumor. This is why people suffer harsh side effects when they are treated with radiation. Because it's not specific to only the tumor. It' regional.
Chemo is a drug. It's systemic. Usually, they target biomarkers that are supposed to be over expressed on the surface of the cell or they target some molecular or genetic marker. They are designed to take out the bad cells. The issue when you're developing a treatment based on biology, is that healthy cells have those same markers. Chemo is usually not specific only to cancer. Usually cancer cells are supposed to be more susceptible to the effects of chemo than healthy cells. But those same cancer cells have the same markers as your hair or the ones that make your hair grow.
Genes & things:
15 - 30% of cancers are genetic and hereditary. The rest of them are caused by things that we can control (stress, diet, lack of exercise, the food we eat, the air we breathe, the chemicals we ingest with the products that we use on our bodies with our lotions, shampoos, soaps).
and processed foods with a lot of chemicals in it,
it's creating an acidic environment.
The importance of raising the first 10 million dollars:
The Goal: To be accepted and embraced by the American Medical Association, so that it can be performed in hospitals, covered by the insurance companies and approved by the FDA. Otherwise, it might be seen as alternative medicine and frowned upon by the American Medical Association.
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