Use of non-ionizing electromagnetic fields for the treatment of cancer

Academic Article


  • © 2018 Frontiers in Bioscience. All Rights Reserved. Cancer treatment and treatment options are quite limited in circumstances such as when the tumor is inoperable, in brain cancers when the drugs cannot penetrate the blood-brain-barrier, or when there is no tumor-specific target for generation of effective therapeutic antibodies. Despite the fact that electromagnetic fields (EMF) in medicine have been used for therapeutic or diagnostic purposes, the use of non-ionizing EMF for cancer treatment is a new emerging concept. Here we summarize the history of EMF from the 1890’s to the novel and new innovative methods that target and treat cancer by non-ionizing radiation.
  • Author List

  • Jimenez H; Blackman C; Lesser G; Debinski W; Chan M; Sharma S; Watabe K; Lo HW; Thomas A; Godwin D
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  • 284
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  • 297
  • Volume

  • 23
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  • 2