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Are breast cancers caused by recalcitrant rogue stem cells?
Background of the Invention
After 100 years of using the destructive power of radiation upon tumor and cancer cells what is needed in the art and has not been available is an apparatus for destroying dividing cells, wherein the apparatus better discriminates between dividing cells, and non-dividing cells and is capable of selectively destroying the dividing cells or organisms with substantially no effect on the non-dividing cells or organisms.
Cells that are in the process division are vulnerable to damage by para-magnetic fields that have specific frequency and field strength characteristics. The selective destruction of rapidly dividing cells can therefore be accomplished by imposing a para-magnetic field in a target region for extended periods of time. Some of the cells that divide while the field is applied will be damaged, but the cells that do not divide will not be harmed. Since the vulnerability of the dividing cells is strongly related to the alignment between the long axis of the dividing cells and the lines of force of the para-magnetic field, improved results can be obtained when the field is sequentially imposed in different directions.
About five years ago came the discovery that stem cells cause cancer and it appeared that for 50 years oncologists have been literally studying the wrong cells and looking in the wrong direction.
Because precancerous stem cells and early tumors routinely do not show up in traditional mammograms until years later because of the limitations of conventional radiology. Several questions were asked including:
If breast cancer is caused by rogue stem cells, which exhibit rapid growth in tumors, is there a way to stop the cells from growing by designing new style bioreactors that would stop these early pre-cancerous cells without damaging radiation from dividing before they become a cancer and kill the patient?
We now believe the answer is a resounding yes.
The Smart-Bra was featured on the CBS News during Cancer Awareness Month involving a new US medical patent that uses a new type of bioreactor which disrupts the early growth of precancerous stem cells and tumors in breast cancer patients. This is a major breakthrough involving an entirely new and formally undiscovered branch of cancer research.
“In women’s regenerative and personalized medicine this discovery was like landing on the moon.”