The Drug Exemestane Can Prevent Breast Cancer Without Any Side Effects

Exemestane can prevent breast cancer, The drug has been in the domestic market. If the people without breast cancer take exemestane before can reduce 60% the risk of breast cancer. Exemestane is an effective steroidal aromatase inactivator with superior tolerability, safety and efficacy in the adjuvant, neo-adjuvant and metastatic therapy of breast cancer.

The price of exemestane price is very expensive, Each month to pay 300-400 US dollars to take the medicine. The drug has been shown that breast cancer can be prevented. There are two other drugs can also prevent breast cancer, one is tamoxifen and other is raloxifene Evista. The risk of breast cancer will be reduced by 50% if the women take tamoxifen for 5 years and the raloxifene Evista is 38%. Tamoxifen has been shown to reduce the recurrence of ER-positive breast cancer when used after primary treatment. About 500, 000 women in the United States take tamoxifen, which cuts in half the chances of a breast cancer recurrence. Breast Cancer Prevention Trial begins testing tamoxifen a cancer treatment drug as a preventive agent in women at increased risk of the disease. For those who find out that they are at higher risk, the drugs tamoxifen and raloxifene may be options for lowering their risk.

However, these two drugs has the risk of uterine cancer and blood clots, Both teriparatide and raloxifene can significantly reduce the occurrence of new adjacent and nonadjacent vertebral fractures. some antidepressants and other medicines can lower the amount of tamoxifen’s active form in the bloodstream. Despite this risk, tamoxifen and another drug in this class, raloxifene, remain an extensively used and popular treatment. Although women may get the health from two new drugs, 4% of women taking these two drugs. Unlike tamoxifen, aromatase inhibitors do not cause menopausal symptoms, but they may increase risk of osteoporosis. Exemestane has no side effects than either drug. Subjects were 4560 postmenopausal women from Canada, the United States, France and Spain. Half of them taking exemestane, After three years, researchers found that only 11 of these people who suffer from breast cancer, without taking the drug have 32 people suffering from breast cancer.

Prostate Cancer

Copyright 2006 Radoslaw Pilarski


Etiology of prostate cancer development is not completely known. Factors that can influence the creation and development of this type of cancer include:

genetic factors increase in risk of falling ill among men with a positive family history regarding the prostate cancer. Mutations of suppressor genes are also taken into consideration (p53)

dietetic factors food rich in saturated fatty acids probably increases the risk of falling ill whereas the consumption of soya and rice may have a beneficial protective effect racial and geographical factors Afro-Americans are 100% more likely to fall ill, whereas the lowest death rate is reported in Japan and in China

occupational factors cancerogenous influence of heavy metals and toxins infectious factors viral infection may lead to/ be the cause of anaplasia of adenocyte cells of prostate

Histopathologically, 95% prostate cancer cases occur in the form of adenocarcinoma. Other types (primary intracellular cancer, squamous carcinoma, anaplastic carcinoma, and sarcoma) are rarely met. Adenocarcinoma usually develops in the peripheral area of the prostate (85%), in the transition area (25% ) and in the central area (5%).


In symptomatology of the prostate cancer, 4 clinical forms are distinguished:

1) visible form with distinct pathological symptoms 2) latent form (carcinoma latens) with no distinct pathological symptoms found 3) hidden form (ca occultum) which is detected in the case of distinct ailments caused by the existence of remote metastases, however changes in prostate are not found in the course of per rectum examination 4) accidentally detected form – based on histopathological test of the gland that was removed because of prostate overgrowth, or based on biochemical tests (PSA) During the development of prostate cancer, an induction phase that lasts about 30 years which is clinically invisible can be distinguished. During the next stage – in situ phase (5-10 years) and invasive phase (1 year), ailments connected with the local growth of tumour start to appear. During this period, symptoms connected with sub bladder obstacle appear including mainly: – pallakiuria – nycturia – weak urine stream – painful vesical tenesmus – impression of incompletion of bladder emptying The above-mentioned symptoms are typical of cancer and in some cases they may suggest mild overgrowth of prostate, or neurogenic or athermatous bladder disorders. During the dissemination phase (about 5 years), prostate cancer develops continuously infiltrating surrounding organs, such as: urinary bladder, rectum, ureters, pelvic walls and leading to urinary retention in kidneys and to secondary failure of function. Ailments typical for this period include: – haematuria – dysuria – urinary incontinence – erection disorders – aches of perineum, lumbar area and anus – haematospermia Metastases spread through the lymphatic vessels and the vascular system. Symptoms caused by the existence of remote metastases are as follows: – osteodynia and pathological fractures – pressure symptoms and spinal paralysis – lymphadema of limbs – clotting disorders – cachexy – coma


In order to diagnose the prostate cancer, patient should undergo per rectum tests (DRE), PSA concentration (prostate specific antigen) in blood serum should be determined, ultrasonography per rectum examination (TRUS – transrectal ultrasound) should be done and if there is a suspicion of prostate cancer, histopathological test of the material obtained through a per rectum thick-needle biopsy done under the ultrasound control should take place. Histopathological test is the only test that confirms the presence of cancerous cells in the prostate gland area. DRE, which is an examination of sensitivity of 80% sensitivity and of specificity of 60%, enables to seize changes in the area of the prostate such as consistency change, palpable nodules and hardenings. It is the base for sending a patient to a diagnostic biopsy. At present, it is believed that cytological diagnosis achieved through a fine-needle biopsy is not sufficient to make a right diagnosis. It results from the fact that the assessment according to Gleasons classification is an important prognostic factor for the prostate cancer (see: prognostic factors). That is why a thick-needle biopsy is performed. Ultrasound use enables to take precise samples from suspicious foci. If there are no changes in TRUS picture, “sextant biopsy” is done (samples got for several places).

Recommendations for the biopsy of prostate gland: 1) palpable suspicion of the prostate cancer 2) PSA value over 15ng/ml regardless of DRE or TRUS tests 3) PSA value between 4 and 15 ng/ml with abnormalities detected during DRE or TRUS tests 4) PSA value exceeds the norm for a given age in the case of a positive family history regarding the prostate cancer

Recommendations for TRUS: 1) PSA between 4 and 12 ng/ml with abnormalities detected 2) questionable result of DRE test 3) necessity of a thick-needle biopsy Other diagnostic tests, such as CT and urography are not routinely performed because their value is questionable as far as the assessment of local stage and invasion of adjacent lymph nodes is concerned. Nowadays, magnetic resonance tomography done using transrectal coli (endorectal coil MRI – ERMR) to observe the prostate arouses great interest. Despite the increased sensitivity of the degree of the local stage, costs of the test do not allow for its routine use in the prostate cancer diagnosis. Scintigraphy of the skeleton is the most sensitive test (97%) in bone metastases detection. It is assumed that a patient with PSA under 10 ng/ml does not undergo scintigraphy because the probability of metastases is low.


Screening: It is recommended that patients aged over 50 should undergo per rectum tests and PSA level tests every year.


Three groups of prognostic factors can be distinguished in the case of the prostate cancer:

1) development stage according to TNM 2) differentiation degree of the cancer based on the classification of Gleason and Mostofi 3) PSA level (prostate-specific antigen) in serum TNM classification

Preoperative assessment of the stage of the prostate cancer is made based on the above-mentioned tests.

T-stage: primary tumour

Tx – primary tumour cannot be assessed T0 – no evidence of primary tumour T1 – clinically unapparent tumour; not palpable or visible by per rectum imaging T1a – incidental tumour found in histopathological tests after transurethral resection of the prostate or after operational adenectomy: found in 5% or less resected tissue T1b – as above; found in more than 5% resected tissue T1c – tumour identified histopathologically by a needle biopsy (because of high PSA) T2 – tumour confined within the prostate gland T2a – tumour involves less than half of one lobe T2b – tumour involves more than half of one lobe only T2c – tumour involves both lobes T3 – tumour extends through the prostatic capsule T3a – extracapsular extensions (unilateral) T3b – extracapsular extensions (bilateral) T3c – tumour invades seminal vesicles T4 – tumour is fixed, invades adjacent structures other than seminal vesicles T4a – tumour invades bladder neck and/or external sphincter and/or rectum T4b – tumour invades levator muscles and/or pelvic wall N-stage: regional lymph nodes

Nx – regional lymph nodes cannot be assessed N0 – no regional lymph node metastases N1 – metastasis to a single regional lymph node with the diameter under 2cm N2 – metastasis to a single regional lymph node with the diameter > 2cm but

Mx – remote metastasis cannot be assessed M0 – no remote metastases M1 – remote metastases M1a – non-regional lymph nodes M1b – bones M1c – other sites According to Whitmor-Catalon classification, grades A, B, C, and D correspond to T1, T2, T3 and T4 of TNM classification respectively.

Degree of cancer differentiation:

Degree of differentiation is defined according to 2 classifications: by Mostofi and by Gleason.

Mostofis classification uses a 3-grade assessment of differentiation dependent on the degree of cell anaplasia grading (G1-G3). The higher grade, the lower differentiation of cancer tissue, the greater atypy and at the same time, malignancy. In the case of a 10-grade Gleason system, the two extreme histological images in the preparation are assessed and then, added to produce a final grade.

PSA is a proteolyctic enzyme responsible for sperm melting. It is mainly produced by glandular epithelium, it might be also produced in organs such as salivary glands, pancreas and mammary gland and by clear cell carcinoma. Commonly used norm is the following: 0-4 ng/ml. Such concentration of PSA is found among 97% of men over 40. The level over 12 ng/ml is always connected with pathology. Difficulties with diagnosis are found among patients who have this level between 5-10 ng/ml because it may both stem from the prostate cancer or a mild overgrowth of the prostate, which causes the necessity of diagnostic methods use, such as TRUS. This test makes it possible to determine PSA density (PSAD – PSA density) – PSA concentration converted to prostate volume unit. It should be under 0.15 ng/ml/g. In the case of prostate cancer differentiation and mild overgrowth of prostate, free to total PSA (PSA F/T) is used. If it is over 20%, one may assume the presence of cancerous cells in the gland. PSA level does not correlate well enough with the natural development of the prostate cancer. However, it is useful as a prognostic factor after the treatment applied and in prognosis determination. However, high final levels indicate low survival rate.


Proceeding strategy in patients with the prostate cancer depends on the degree of histological malignancy, the degree of local stage of development, coexisting diseases and age of a patient. There are many controversies as far as the choice of treatment is concerned. Radical treatment is possible in T1, T2 and N0 and Mo stages. In advanced cases (T3, T4, N-+, M-+), the procedure is restricted to delay the cancer progression and mitigate its effects (palliative treatment).

Surgery treatment – radical prostatectomy

The surgery consists in the prostate gland removal together with spermatic vesicles and adjacent tissues. Surgery is done through retropubic, transcoccgeal, perineal approach or through laparoscopy. Lymphadenectomy constitutes an integral part of the surgery. If the approach makes it impossible to remove the gland and lymph nodes (perineal approach) at the same time, a separate surgery is carried out. It precedes the operation proper. It is believed that cancerous cells found in the removed lymph nodes are the reason why prostatectomy cannot be performed. Invasion of lymph nodes to a certain extent suggests PSA level over 40ng/ml together with grade >7 in Gleasons scale.

Recommendations for surgery:

1) cancer limited to the prostate gland (T1BN0M0Gx – T2N0M0Gx, T1AN0M0G3) 2) predictable life span over 10 years 3) consent of a patient If positive chirurgical margins, capsule infiltration or cancerous changes in the removed lymph nodes are found in postoperative microscopic assessment, the prognosis is worse such patients are qualified for palliative treatment. The death rate in the postoperative period does not exceed 5%. Intraoperative complications first of all include: bleeding from Santorinis plexus, damage of rectum wall, underpinning of ureter. Early complications after surgery: thrombotic and embolic complications (phlebothrombosis 3-12%, lung embolism 2-5%) and lymphocele. Late postoperative complications after prostatectomy include: urinary incontinence, erection disorders and narrowing of urethro-vesicular junction).


Apart from radical prostatectomy, radiotherapy is an effective method of treatment for patients with regional advanced prostate cancer. In radical treatment, the most frequently done using radiation from external sources, the dose of 50-70 Gy in fractions continuing over 5-7 weeks are given. T1ABC – T2ABCG1 and T1ABCG2 stages require radiation limited to the prostate. In other cases, area that is radiated includes adjacent lymph nodes as well. In recent years, multidimensional imaging with CT (3D conformal radiotherapy) is used in the treatment planning.

Brachytherapy constitutes another method that is used.

Recommendations for radical radiotherapy of the prostate:

1) prostate cancer confined with the organ 2) sufficiently long predictable survival span 3) no disorders in lower urinary tract 4) no disorders in rectum and colon 5) consent of patient to carry out treatment 6) early complications of radiation energy treatment (30% of patients) include dysuria, haematuria, diarrhoea, rectal tenesmus, inflammation of large intestine and rectum. Among later complications (11% of patients) chronic diarrhea, ulceration of rectum, bladder neck stenosis and intestinal fistula stenosis are observed.

Control of patients after radical prostatectomy and radical radiotherapy:

– per rectum test, PSA level in blood serum each 3 months. PSA level should be lower than 1 ng/ml (after radical prostatectomy it should be near to 0). Increase over 0.5 ng/ml within a year means failure of radiotherapy. Hormonotherapy

Hormonal therapy is mainly used as palliative treatment in advanced prostate cancer. It makes it possible to stop symptoms of the disease for some time and then, further progression of the disease takes place. Nowadays, the use of therapy in pulsation system is considered as it delays the development of hormone-resistant cell clones.

Ways of hormonal treatment include: 1) surgery castration (orchidectomy) 2) anti-androgens a) non-steroid b) steroid 3) analogues LH-RH 4) oestrogens, progestogens, inhibitors of androgens synthetase Hormonotherapy by analogues LH-RH is also recommended before planned radical radiotherapy. In the case of hormone-resistant cancer, treatment with combined cytoctatic and hormone (estramustine), however without significant effects.


Prognosis depends on the development stage, degree of differentiation and PSA level (see: prognostic factors).

In T1A, B stage prognosis is good. 10-years survival 35-80%, death rate of the cancer 7-30%. In T2 stage, overall survival equals 34-85%, death rate equals 8-26%. In T3 stage, among patients who undergo non-invasive treatment for 9 years, overall death rate equalled 63%, from cancer 30%. Depending on the degree of cancer differentiation, 10-year survival of patients is the following: for cells well differentiated – 81%, for cells moderately differentiated – 58% and for cells poorly differentiated – 26%.

A Miracle Cancer Cure…one Woman’s Story

When you feel something is just not right with your body, and it does not go away you end up in a doctors office to make you well again. This is the western way of looking at medicine. The Chinese, on the other hand, view medicine as a lifestyle of health maintenance. The Chinese go to the doctor to maintain health on a regular basis. Westerners go to the doctor when something is wrong.

After living in China for many years, I learned first-hand about the Chinese view of medicine and how dramatically different it is from the way we westerners think about medical practices. It is normal for Chinese people to eat something because it is good for their health. Wellness-thinking is common practice in China.

I relate this dichotomy because when I was faced with cancer and how to treat the cancer, I had a dilemma. There are many ways to treat cancer, but which one do you choose? The process is very confusing. After being treated for many years by Chinese doctors and believing in their methodology, when I was faced with a serious disease, I reverted back to being treated by doctors in the ways of the American Medical Association.

Fear is a great decision factor in how you select a cancer treatment. Not knowing anything about cancer also leaves us at the mercy of medical practitioners who want to cure you in their method, no matter how difficult the treatment may be. The choice you make can save your life, or at the least a lot of trauma to your body which is already ill.

My own personal journey was first to be diagnosed with cancer, and to be cured the first time through Chemotherapy and Radiation; both grueling and life-threatening. Doctors tell you to bulk up your body before these treatments because you will lose almost 30% of your body fat. They know just how sick you are going to be after they infuse your body with poison. In my case, I lost 50% of my body fat and looked like a scarecrow. I lost my hair, my skin looked a whitish-green-grey color, I could not keep any food down, I totally lost my appetite, my immune system was non-existent, I became anemic, and I almost died.

However, the cancer was in remission and everyone was happy, including me.

Everyone who experiences Chemotherapy and Radiation knows what a living-hell it can be. Not only is this process of treating cancer a living-nightmare, but this method of curing cancer leaves your body totally depleted of any of the nutritional storage reserve. A cancer ridden-body is anemic which is why the cancer-gray pallor is evident on a person who has cancer. Chemotherapy causes anemia. Therefore, Chemotherapy causes the body to have a double-dose of anemia. Many people cannot survive this trauma to the body. They simply do not have enough hemoglobin for the bodys protective cells to do their work.

Recuperating after cancer treatment from Chemotherapy and Radiation takes years.

Because my bodys natural resources were depleted and my immune system defenseless, I attracted a rare amoeba in my right eye causing blindness for almost a year, and had a heart attack needing heart surgery. My natural defenses were missing in action.

With no immune system, and no natural body defense system, my body was left open to disease. The same cancer returned to my body a second time.

This time the doctors decided to perform what they term salvage surgery. This is a very radical surgery which cuts the cancerous tumor and margins. Surgical margins could be compared to the way you cut a peach. When there is a dark spot on a peach, you cut a wider part around the dark spot so that only the perfect part is left. So it is in surgery. Salvage surgery in my case would be to cut a part of my jaw, a part of my tongue, a part of my throat, remove my neck artery and replace it with the artery in my right hand. Since one cannot grow another jaw or artery, I had some serious decisions to make.

I thought long and hard about my situation with the return of cancer to my body. I sat in meditation, prayed to God for guidance, and consoled with very good friends.

My final decision was to turn down salvage surgery. I needed to find another way to rid my body of cancer without violating and deforming my body. The little voice inside my head was my guidance. Even after getting three professional opinions from three of the top oncologists in the world, salvage surgery was not an option for me.

Alternative Cancer Treatment became my chosen journey for cancer cure. A naturopathic and holistic approach to cancer became a way of life for me for the next six to nine months. I began to research and look for natural cancer cures. Alternative Cancer Therapy in many ways resembles the Chinese methodology of treating illness. I had come full circle in my thinking. Eastern medical philosophy has been treating people for thousands of years. In Asia overall, there is no where the widespread epidemic proportion of cancer cases which we have in the western world.

After visiting a Naturopathic doctor in California I realized cancer can be cured. My anti-cancer diet included cancer fighting foods such as fish, fruits, grains, nuts, vegetables and vitamin supplements in order to jump-start my body back to health. Within a few weeks, I could feel a difference in my being. I had more energy, my coloring was rosy, and I began to feel alive again.

On the other hand, the inner voice in my head kept saying dig deeper. Angel-friends were sent to me who gave me tips and ideas on alternative cancer treatments, cancer-fighting teas, natural cancer cures, Reiki Therapy, acupressure, alternative cancer cures and holistic cancer cures. I followed them all, and then some!

In the following months, I created an Anti-Cancer diet. I knew that in order for me to keep with a diet to get well and probably for the rest of my life, the food had to look and taste wonderful. To develop the Anti-Cancer Diet I researched anti-cancer foods and cancer-fighting foods all known to have anti-oxidants. Amazingly, almost all of the anti-cancer foods cross-referenced with the same foods recommended by the FDA Consumer Journals Top 20 Fruits, Vegetables and Fish. It was not difficult to come up with wonderful recipes within the Anti-Cancer Diet guidelines. I had a place to start and a goal; to cure cancer in my own body.

In my research, I read where Dr. Joanna Budwig, a German biochemist and one of Europes best cancer researchers had discovered that cancer cells were missing two essential amino acids: Linolenic Acid and Linoleic Acid. Her cure for cancer was to heal the cancerous cells by giving her patients a diet which included a combination of Flax-seed Oil (high in Omega3) and Quark (low-fat cottage cheese). Her theory is that cells die and regenerate themselves every day; and by feeding the cells what they are lacking, they become healthy cells. Her way of healing the cancer cells was to provide them with the essential amino acids which were missing. This is a simplistic solution to a complex problem. Her solution made perfect sense to me. With this knowledge, I created more recipes for myself incorporating the Flax-seed oil and cottage cheese in order to heal the cancerous cells in my body. I began to love my new diet.

Before long, people were coming up to me telling me how wonderful I looked. My skin had lost the cancer-grey pallor. My skin tone had color and glowed with health. I felt alive again for the first time in many years. I knew I was going to be well again.

However, my inner voice, whom I began to trust daily kept saying dig deeper.

I read many books, but the one book which caught my eye one day in the bookstore was a title by Louise Hay; You Can Heal Your Life. The holistic approach to healing is to treat the entire body, mind, and soul. It makes sense since our body is connected to the mind and the soul. We are all one unit. The holistic approach to wellness seemed very logical to me. Louise Hay relates how thoughts are things and we attract situations in our lives through our subconscious thoughts.

Many emotional situations which happened during our lives are still imprinted in our minds. I had a very traumatic event happen in my life two years before I was diagnosed with cancer. I was engaged to be married to my business partner. A month before the wedding, he died tragically while I was out of the country in China. Upon my return to the United States to claim his body, I found evidence of his alternative lifestyle. He died before he could hide the trappings of his gay lifestyle. I was devastated and could not believe my eyes. Wanting to bury him with honor, I never divulged my horror. I kept all those emotions inside. Little did I realize by burying those intense emotions, I would cause myself to get seriously ill.

Louise Hays book guided my through a thought-changing process where I was able to release the past traumas still trapped in my psyche. I was able to let go of my broken heart, the anger, the rage, the embarrassment and the humiliation. Once I was able to discharge the deep hurt inside, I was able to heal my mind and soul.

I learned that thoughts are things. Knowing and believing this fact, I set about to create situations in my life where I could heal my body, mind and soul.

What I realized is that cancer is not the basis of the disease. Cancer is the result of a long-term neglect of the body, mind, and soul until the body finally succumbs to illness. A miraculous cancer cure happened in my life. I was able to heal my body with healthy foods and a diet which I can enjoy and live on for the rest of my life and I was able to release the intense emotional blocks holding me in an illness state so that I could cure myself of cancer.

Cancer is no longer an issue in my life. My cancer journey was not an easy one. However, I feel that God guided me through all of these illnesses so that I would tell my story. I can look at a person now and know if they are healthy or not. Cancer can be cured with Alternative Cancer Treatments, Natural Cancer Cures, and Holistic Cancer Cures which are non-invasive; they heal the body, not destroy it. These therapies and cancer cures build your body back to a nutritional self with a healthy mental attitude. I highly recommend alternative cancer treatments and holistic cancer cures.they work!

Misdiagnosis of Cancer

There must be nothing worse for women to be told you have breast cancer and the only option is a mastectomy which involves the removal of a breast. Imagine how you would feel if you were told that you never had cancer in the first place and the mastectomy was completely unnecessary. Just the though of loosing a breast is scary in itself, but the thought of going through the emotional trauma of loosing a breast because of misdiagnosis is totally imaginable but must be must be completely horrendous. Being a women my first reaction would be anger and then revenge. But how can you take on this type of revenge, they say -revenge is sweet’ but is it really. Even if you did manage to get some sort of revenge you will still be left with the physical and metal scars of having a breast removed.

To right a wrong which you have suffered you would need some things to happen. You would need total healing of every emotional and physical hurt which was inflicted upon you. You would have to be fully compensated for every aspect of the distress caused so that you have not the slightest regret that it ever happened. I doubt this is possible under the above circumstances. It would also help if everyone who matters to you would fully understand how much you have suffered, and to empathize with you. You would need for everyone to know that you did not deserve the treatment you received. You would need to see justice fully executed, so that the gravity of the offense against you is fully recognized and dealt with.

Now not all of this will happen, but there is a way of getting justice and that is through claiming compensation. Claiming compensation is fair and just and should be pursued. It is your legal and civil right to do so. Obviously no amount of money could really compensate for loosing a breast, but with money you could get reconstructive surgery to correct the terrible mistake. Unfortunately breast cancer is sadly quite common around 41 thousand new cases are diagnosed every year, many too late for treatment. Those with cancer found at an early stage can be treated and go on to live long and happy lives. However more and more cases are not diagnosed or misdiagnosed meaning the cancer grows on and spreads throughout the body.

The most upsetting thing is that when we visit our GP or hospital we put all our faith into the professionals’ hands and they really have your life in their hands. This is a scary prospect really. Now obviously we all make mistakes, but mistakes by medical professionals can have a profound effect which could affect the quality of the rest of that person’s life. This is why there should be stringent precautions to stop these types of accidents happen. If a doctor is working very long shifts then accidents are inevitably going to happen. The powers that be need to ensure all of their staff are only working the recommended amount of hours before having a break. They need to be fully trained and aware of all the latest viruses and medical breakthroughs. There must be plenty of other ways to improve medical professionals working conditions to ensure that errors really are minimal. Until that time comes we are at the mercy of the medical professionals and have to put our trust into them. For those that do suffer because of malpractice the only thing to do is claim compensation. The more people claim and the higher these organisations insurance will rocket. When this does happen this is probably when the powers that be think enough is enough. Unfortunately money talks. It is such a terrible shame it takes someone’s suffering and a large insurance payout for the directors of these medical institutes to sit up and take notice. Carolyn is the webmaster of Accident Consult Ltd, specialists in medical malpractice claims.

John Kanziusinventor Of The Cancer Killing Radio Wave Machine

What is Thermal Destruction of Cancer Cells? John Kanzius says he uses radio waves in a noninvasive way to heat nanoparticles which can kill cancer. John Kanzius is not a doctor. In fact he holds no degrees at all, not even a college bachelor degree. Who is he? He is a man, like so many, diagnosed with cancer.

Five years ago, John was informed that he has b-cell leukemia. John understood and witnessed first hand the devastation the current cancer treatment wrecked on one’s body and spirit; seeing the hopeful smiling faces starting chemo therapy and radiation turn sickly and zombie like as treatment progressed. These difficult, toxic cancer treatment sessions prompted him to invent the use of radio wave frequencies to kill cancer. So, John started working in his garage. Since childhood, John had been fascinated by radio waves. He soon discovered that nanoparticles and other molecules can be heated with radio waves and that cancerous cells are eradicated! In testing he discovered, that cancer cells could be eradicated, without side effects, in an 8 week period of time!

John Kanzius, sans the professional degree, has worked as owner and operator of a radio station and also engineered and managed TV stations. Radio waves were a childhood fascination and a major component of his adult work. Prior to Kanzius’ breakthrough, using radio waves to cure cancer had not been an avenue pursued by ANY mainstream researchers. Contrary, researchers have concentrated their efforts on drugs, surgery and other medical cancer treatment interventions. Now, thanks to Kanzius’ pioneering work, researchers are finding solutions through the science of physics. When John was queried as to what made him think he could invent a cure for cancer?, he responded, “no one else had done it.”

This possible cure gives many people hope but unfortunately, it is quite likely that the inventor himself might succumb to his cancer prior to benefiting from it as a curative cancer treatment. Preparing for such a scenario, John Kanzius has proactively made arrangements for his discovery to be handled by a corporation, and ensured that his hometown in PA could benefit once the FDA gave approval for the Radio Wave Machine’s use in killing cancer. It means a lot to his hometown in Erie county. The machine to cure some of the worst cancers, manufactured and then conducted at their local cancer center, will put the small town of Erie PA on the world’s map. It’s anticipated, that once instituted and approved, that visiting cancer patients will be coming in from all over the world.

Is it a little too early to call it a cure? Maybe? but the medical profession is very hopeful. The FDA has given Kanzius testing phase approval to receive international patients. The county of Erie is excited about the economic growth that will likely be experienced if the treatment is approved. It could mean a 10 billion increase in revenue for the county. A lot of key people and resources are behind Kanzius. Dr. Stephen Curly is a surgical oncologist and does cancer research at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. Curly said, “This has the most fascinating potential I’ve seen in anything in my twenty years of cancer research.” Dr. Curly continues to provide fund raising support so the research can continue at it’s miracle accelerated pace.

We at Boomer Yearbook will continue to follow John Kanzius’s Radio Wave Cancer Killing Machine and update you regularly. We hope you will write in to us and let us know what you think.