Thursday, July 10, 2008

Great Article covering Kanzius Cancer Cure Story

This is one of the best articles I've read on this topic. Very, very well done. 

Excerpt from the Kanzius article:

The key ingredient in the Kanzius innovation are nanoparticles — pieces of metal so small that 75,000 to 100,000 of them can fit across the tip of a human hair. They are introduced into the body where the cancer lives, and then the machine ignites them to cell-killing temperatures.

Popular Mechanics weighs in on Kanzius Cancer Cure

Daniel Tam-Claiborne has a small piece in Popular Mechanics updating the latest news with John Kanzius salt water burning technology.    They include the below Channel 3 news video on their web post.

Kanzius Human Trials Some Time in Next 2 yrs: in Erie, PA

Erie, PA may become the setting for the first human trials of John Kanzius' radio frequency device sometime in the next two years.  The trials would take place at the Regional Cancer Center.

Thursday, May 1, 2008

Monday, April 14, 2008

60 Minutes Story on Kanzius' Possible Cancer Cure

Here's a link to the 60 minutes coverage of Kanzius' possible cancer cure. The report goes on to say that we're at least 4yrs away from human trials.

CBS Morning Show Coverage

This CBS morning show segment begins with an interesting Editor's note:

Test results revealed in November 2007 in an issue of the medical journal "Cancer" show that the harmless radio waves described below were used to kil liver tumors in rabbits with a 100 percent success rate and without side effects.

The test results are also linked to here in PDF format.

CBS describes the Kanzius therapy's theoretical work flow:

A patient would be injected with tiny metal nano-particles, which would be carried through the bloodstream by a targeting molecule and attach only to cancerous cells. The patient would then be exposed to an energy field created by radio waves, and feel nothing, while the nano-particles would generate enough heat to destroy their cancerous host cell.

West Palm Beach News Station Overview

Here's a link to coverage of John Kanzius' saltwater technology from a local news station in West Palm Beach. It turns salt water into fire and has a possible application for cancer treatment.