What is electromagnetic field and electromagnetic induction and resonance?
An electromagnetic field is a common and natural force that surrounds us all the time. It is the combination of an invisible electric field, produced by stationary charges, and a magnetic field, produced by moving charges (currents). It is one of the four fundamental forces of nature.
One of the phenomena of electromagnetic fields is electromagnetic induction, which is the appearance of electric current in a conductor immersed in an electromagnetic field. Another phenomenon of electromagnetic fields is resonant coupling, which occurs when the natural frequencies of the two systems – a source and a receiver — are approximately the same.
Through this physical process, studies of Nikolas Tesla in the late 19th century, and recently studies done by MIT, show how to transfer wireless energy. (See more on TED Global – Wireless Electricity)
Autem’s technology uses the same physical principle of electromagnetic induction and resonance by using specific electromagnetic radiation to send a signal to the cancer cells. Similar to the conductor immersed in an electromagnetic field, the human body functions as an antenna of this specific signal, and because the radiation is modulated at patient-specific frequencies, only the cancer cells are targeted by this type of induction and resonance signal.
Application of Autem EM fields to the human body
The carrier frequency can be modulated in amplitude at specific and very low frequencies. Mobile phone telecommunications use a carrier radiofrequency band in 27.12 MHz.
Modulation frequency at patient-specific frequencies (PSF) at very-low range
Cancer-specific modulation frequencies from 100 Hz to 21 kHz.
The amplitude modulation signal (enveloped frequency) is transferred to the entire human body, without causing tissue heat or electric current, by a stainless-steel spoon-shaped RF applicator. It is applied orally to deliver energy to the whole body.
The human body becomes an antenna and the energy is systemically distributed. The device emits 10 times lower energy then a mobile phone.
Physiological responses identify patient-specific frequencies – PSF
Heart rate variability (HRV) refers to non-linear alteration in beat-to beat intervals. High precision hemodynamic monitor continuously record the hemodynamic activity for frequency-domain or time-domain analysis. Changing the hemodynamic variability, the human body reacts to patient-specific modulated frequencies.
Computing processes can identify patient-specific frequencies of modulation registered among each patient, independent of the cancer type by mean hemodynamic changes. This autonomous response is different among healthy controls and cancer patients.
Tumor over size
Antiproliferative effects in cancer cells and animals with xenografted tumors
Antitumor efficacy was demonstrated in cancer cell culture and xenograft models. Alteration of the IP3/DAG signaling pathway exclusively in cancer cells. Inflow of calcium mediated by T-type calcium channels in cancer cells.
Antiproliferative effect was observed by reduction in Ki-67 and cyclin D1
Huh7 cells xenografts were treated for 6 weeks with HCC-specific RF EMF before sacrifice. Significant antitumor effect was observed in residual tumor. No toxic cellular effect in lung, small intestine and kidney tissues.
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