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During the 1930s, Dr. Royal Rife is said to have conducted experiments where he isolated frequencies he suggested could cure cancer. Although these experiments could never be replicated, and are viewed as pseudomedicine by the scientific majority, today the use of frequencies to heal are currently underway due to advancements in science.
According to The New England Journal of Medicine, scientists at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill report that heat generated by radio waves erases most pre-cancerous cells associated with chronic acid reflux, providing an alternative to surgery.
At the Institute of Cancer Research, in partnership with The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust, the Therapeutic Ultrasound Team is doing research on the basic science behind the use of high-intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) for the treatment of cancers of the liver and kidney. The basic principle of HIFU is that high-power ultrasound beam at a focused distance is used to rapidly heat tissue to temperatures which result in cell death.
via The Institute of Cancer Research