Non-Toxic PEMF Therapy Showing Promising Results for Cancer

Cancer is one of the most common causes of death worldwide, taking children from their mothers and parents from their children.

Conventional treatments are associated with numerous side effects and only a low percentage of patients achieve complete remission.

Therefore, there is a strong need for new therapeutic solutions such as PEMF.

PEMF (Pulsed Electromagnetic Field) therapy has begun to break into the scientific community as a potential non-toxic and non-invasive cancer therapy.

Studies have shown antineoplastic and antiangiogenic effects of PEMF therapy: PEMFs inhibit cancer growth by disrupting the mitotic spindle and modulate gene expression with specific DNA sequences.

In addition, PEMFs inhibit angiogenesis in tumor tissues, suppressing tumor vascularization and reducing tumor growth, which is essential for fighting cancer cell proliferation.

So far, PEMF stimulation has already been used in various cancer types including skin, breast, prostate, hepatocellular, lung, ovarian, pancreatic, bladder, thyroid, and colon cancer in cell cultures and in animals.

Currently, PEMF therapy in cancer has been documented in humans in small studies – showing promising potential.

One study reported, “Forty‐one patients with advanced HCC (hepatocellular carcinoma) received very low levels of PEMFs modulated at HCC‐specific frequencies (100 Hz–21 kHz) and received three‐daily 60 min outpatient treatments. No adverse reactions were observed during PEMF treatment. Five patients reported complete disappearance and two patients reported decrease in pain shortly after beginning of treatment. Four patients showed a partial response to treatment, while 16 patients (39%) had stable disease for more than 12 weeks. This study shows that PEMF therapy provides a safe and well‐tolerated treatment, as well as evidence of antineoplastic effects in patients with HCC.”

In vivo studies showed a slower tumor growth rate if compared with the untreated control group, confirming that PEMF therapy can modulate the physiology and electrochemistry of cancer cells and influence cell membrane systems and mitosis.

“PEMFs induce some changes in membrane transport capacity through impacting the osmotic potential, ionic valves and leading to reduction in cellular stress factors, increase in the rate of DNA transcription, and modulation of immune response.”

The immune response to helping fight cancer is essential.

PEMFs have shown an immunomodulatory effect, as supported by in vivo evidence showing an increase in tumor necrosis factor alpha levels that induce an anti‐tumoral response – which is an important role in helping the body eliminate cancer cells.

Since PEMF therapy uses 100,000 times lower frequencies compared to radiofrequency, it has confirmed it’s safety and non-toxic aspects.

So far only two clinical studies have used PEMF therapy for cancer treatment, and more studies are still needed and underway.

These studies show that PEMF therapy is safe and promising compared to other available cancer therapies.

More research is needed.  But one thing is for sure, PEMF Therapy is a worthy exploration for anyone who has concerns about cancer.

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Article Source:

Mechanisms and therapeutic effectiveness of pulsed electromagnetic field therapy in oncology
PMCID: PMC5119968
PMID: 27748048
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5119968/

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