Saturday, 18 October 2014

Lung cancer halted

                80% of the cancers out there are lung cancer!  Made worse by the high levels of cell damage caused by smoking.  Physiotherapists have spent the last quarter of a century giving us the answer!
                For the American Moffitt cancer centre terms of high intensity ultrasound in 2002.  I have found 150 W 40 kHz is a required HIUS.  The efficacy is a frequency power product.  So 5 W 1 MHz is more affective and 30 times cheaper to apply.
                We are talking about the monthly external ultrasounding of the chest: using an ultrasonic massage device bought over the Internet.  This will clear even more cancer.
                It will also clear precancerous cells from the cervix.  So it will certainly clear precancerous cells from the lungs.  It does not need any biochemical involvement.  You feel nothing.
                Only a slight warming it to a cancerous cells are found and removed.  It actually causes the cancer cells to experience cell content boiling and fragment.
1              H2O+US ->He+E2+O+Xray
                Only the pressurise cells symptomatic of precancerous clusters, or the bacterial plaque that causes coronary heart disease, or the viral rump that causes diabetes expenses heating.
                Body cells are affected by much greater powers of ultrasound!  We are talking 180 Watts 40 kHz.  Probably also 180 Watts one MHZ!  As the body cells are flaccid.
                So a smoker can buy a beauty device over the Internet for $20.00: search for ‘an ultrasonic massage devise 5 W 1 MHz cheapest’.  I find Ebay an excellent source.  Amazon are rather getting left behind!
                So you can continue smoking, but every month is ½ minute of HIUS to stop precancerous clusters be going for lung cancer.
                Such a device applied to the chest, throat and nose will clear all infections.  This also stops cancer, heart disease and diabetes from forming.
                No GP or hospital involvement is required.  Cancer Research should really be promoting this science.

Jonathan Thomason

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