Breast Cancer

Updated: Nov 1, 2021

According to Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine, 216,000 women developed breast cancer in the US in 2004, and 40,000 died, making the disease the most common malignancy (other than skin) among women. (1) Though surgery can cure in the range of 50% of those diagnosed initially with localized disease, for patients with evidence of distant spread, breast cancer remains ultimately incurable despite advances in chemotherapy, hormonal intervention and blockade and targeted therapies such as Herceptin. The five-year survival for women with evidence of metastatic disease at the time of diagnosis is around 14%, and in the conventional medical world, even these survivors will eventually die of their cancer. In the DeVita textbook, Cancer: Principles and Practice of Oncology, the authors report an average lifespan for women diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer of 2-3 years, with some variability.

In past there was virtually no breast cancer in women in Japan. The following link shows clear evidence of Japanese diet and breast cancer.

As per my research I have found that biocompatible iodine is required for the human health specially for women. Please check Correlation between Iodine and breast cancer another link for the correlation of bio-compatible iodine and breast cancer is shown by NIH article.

The energy from the bio-photons from breast tumor or cancer can be used to find the malignancy of a particular area. The energy of that particular area will be less than other areas. This can be done non-invasive manner as shown in the following article from NIH. From the above link from NIH: Cellular derived ultra-weak biophoton emissions can be used as a biological marker which could represent an important step toward the establishment of novel detection methods in oncology

Cells spontaneously emit photons in the UV to visible/near-infrared range (ultra-weak photon emission, UPE). Perturbations of the cells’ state cause changes in UPE (evoked UPE) as described in great detail here at Nature Scientific Report. Please see the following image.

I am proposing a device that will detect the ultra weak photon detection (UPE) and this will help third world and poor countries to save lives.

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