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Scientists have discovered a way to destroy cancer tumors using nothing but sound waves

 

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(Natural News) A recent breakthrough in high-intensity focused ultrasound therapy (HIFU) technology has proven its use as an effective cancer treatment. A multi-institutional research team from China developed a semi-enclosed, spherical cavity transducer that can produce a focused, standing-wave field with a subwavelength-scale focal region and extremely high ultrasound intensity. The spherical cavity transducer appeared to generate tighter focal regions and greater pressure amplitude compared with the traditional concave spherical transducer. Researchers said the level of intensity generated by the new transducer design may lead to significant improvements in HIFU therapy. The findings were published in the Journal of Applied Physics.

HIFU is a non-invasive, targeted treatment that makes use of sound waves to eradicate cancer cells. HIFU uses an ultrasonic transducer to convert electrical signals into sound waves, then concentrates ultrasound into a small focal region to raise the temperature to more than 65 decrees Celsius, thereby killing cancer cells in the process without inducing damage to surrounding tissues. The technique works in the same manner as focusing sunlight through a lens, which helps eliminate the disease-causing cells.

HIFU can be used as an alternative to traditional cancer treatments such as chemotherapy and surgery.

Sound waves prove to be viable cancer treatment in various studies

High-intensity focused ultrasound therapy proved to be a highly-effective cancer treatment in various studies and clinical trials.

For instance, researchers at the University College Hospital in London examined 625 men with prostate cancer and found that 93 percent of patients who underwent HIFU alone remained cancer-free at five years following the treatment, without requiring surgery or radiotherapy. Data also showed that only one to two percent of patients who had HIFU treatment suffered long-term urinary incontinence, compared with 10 to 20 percent of patients who had surgery. In addition, only 15 percent of patients in the HIFU group developed erectile dysfunction compared with 30 to 60 percent of surgical patients.

“The results of this study are impressive and have the potential to transform prostate cancer treatment for many men in the future. It is extremely exciting technology and these results show that in men diagnosed early by prostate-specific antigen (PSA) blood testing, this targeted therapy could be as effective as surgery to remove the whole prostate gland or radiotherapy and cause far fewer side effects,” said study co-author Tim Dudderidge.

The findings were presented at an annual meeting of the European Association of Urology in Munich, Germany.

A British clinical trial funded by the Medical Research Council has also found that 95 percent of patients who underwent HIFU therapy for prostate cancer remained cancer-free at 12 months after the treatment. The researchers also found that none of the respondents suffered urinary incontinence during the follow-up period.

Another sound wave innovation to watch out for

Researchers at the University of Alberta in Canada have developed a new technique that uses focused sound waves to activate minute particles known as nanodroplets. According to the researchers, the new technique was as accurate as using needles in biopsy.

“With a little bit of ultrasound energy, nanodroplets phase-change into microbubbles. That’s important because ultrasound can really oscillate these microbubbles. The microbubbles absorb of the ultrasound energy and then act like boxing gloves to punch the tumor cells and knock little vesicles off. That led us to detect some genes that were indicative of the aggressiveness of the tumour. That’s potentially very powerful. You can get a genetic characterization of the tumour, but do it relatively non-invasively,” said engineering professor Roger Zemp.

The findings were published in the journal Cancer Research. 

Find more news on medical discoveries at Discoveries.news.

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By | 2018-03-21T02:51:06+00:00 March 21st, 2018|Conspiracy, Featured, Main|8 Comments

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  1. Christopher March 21, 2018 at 4:05 am

    Royal Raymond Rife was destroying cancer with resonate frequency sound in the 1930s. They destroyed the man and his work for curing terminally ill cancer patients. Today’s doctors haven’t discovered shit, that Rife didn’t already know.

  2. mcolman March 21, 2018 at 4:53 am

    Ages old monks have used tone for healing and other things,One simple thing,528hz, is a repair tone, much out there if you look…

  3. Luke March 21, 2018 at 6:25 am

    The AMA&FDA won’t approve its use. Too cost effective. Multiple chemotherapy treatments with eventual reoccrance of cancer offer a better profit for the board of directors of the various medical health companies. Compassion and mercy be damned.

  4. haggerty March 21, 2018 at 8:57 am

    But can it be a viable cure if it dies cause the patient’s hair to fall out?

  5. Blu-j March 21, 2018 at 11:30 am

    This technology has been around since early in the last century. Check out the Rife microscope.

  6. Thomas Garcia March 21, 2018 at 2:43 pm

    This is just a variation of old technology. From : royal-rife-machine.com,” A report from the Smithsonian Institution in 1944 validates Rife’s work. Titled “The New Microscope” by Dr. R.E. Seidel (report #3781) it states “Under the Universal Microscope disease organisms such as those of cancer … and other disease may be observed to succumb when exposed to certain lethal frequencies…” In layman’s terms, that means they used the Universal Microscope to watch as they used a frequency generator to kill certain virus cells, such as cancer. This report confirms… Rife’s frequency therapy did work”
    The “establishment” destroyed Mr. Rife’s work because it worked!, just like the shell corp. has achieved 1000 miles per gallon of gasoline in an automobile in 1970.These inventions and many others have been hidden ,because of the “profits” the 1% would lose ,if released to the public.

  7. Dick Powell March 21, 2018 at 11:24 pm

    Look at light theropy, exposing the whole body to an intense light causes cancer and viruses etc to explode as they are usualy deedp in the body and the normal blood cell are exposed to light all the time.

  8. Pat Flamberg March 22, 2018 at 8:08 pm

    Whether or not you use sound waves to kill tumors,you still remain in ignorance of what to eat,how to detox and how to exercise and de-stress. The tumors will return until you detox, mineralize , alkalinize, de-stress, and oxygenize.

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