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Soon Censored? Korean Scientists Successfully Kill Cancer with Magnets

Lisa Garber
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October 10th, 2012
Updated 10/31/2012 at 8:59 pm
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cancerword 235x147 Soon Censored? Korean Scientists Successfully Kill Cancer with MagnetsIn South Korea, scientists used a magnetic field to get cancer cells to actually self-destruct. The body removes old, defective, and infected cells through the process of programmed cell death (PCD), or apoptosis. In apoptosis, the rejected cell responds to certain signals sent by the body by fragmenting. Immune cells then consume these fragments. The magnets help trigger apoptosis. When apoptosis fails, however, rejected cells divide uncontrollably, developing tumors.

Magnets Induce Apoptosis

Professor Jinwoo Cheon of Yonsei University in Seoul and a team of scientists conducted experiments on bowel cancer cells using magnetic fields to induce apoptosis. They attached iron nanoparticles to antibodies, which bind to “receptor” molecules on tumor cells. These molecules cluster when the magnetic field is applied, triggering the “self-destruct” signal and thereby apoptosis. In the experiment, over half of the bowel cancer cells were destroyed when the signal for apoptopic clustering came into effect. Untreated cells remained unaffected and unharmed.

Big Pharma’s Response?

In a related experiment, the scientists performed the same therapy on zebra fish, which caused them to grow unusual tails. More trials are in the works.

“We have demonstrated that apoptosis signaling can be turned on in-vitro (in the laboratory) and in a zebra fish in-vivo (living) model by using a magnetic switch,” say the scientists.  “Our magnetic switch may be broadly applicable to any type of surface membrane receptors that exhibit cellular functions on clustering.”

The study is to be published in the journal Nature Materials.  One must wonder how this form of therapy—one that does not, as of yet, line the pockets of Big Pharma—will develop in the world of traditional medicine. Drug manufacturers (literally) bank on perpetual sickness, and cancer drugs have shown time and again to worsen tumors.

But regardless of any potential alternative treatments, big pharma will continue to push these dangerous ‘solutions’ on the public. Even while numerous cancer-fighting foods like turmeric, ginger, garlic, papaya leaf extract, berries, and many more exist, the pharmaceutical industry and mainstream medicine won’t recognize these as solutions.

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  • Dan

    Everything is energy.. vibrating at a certain frequency. That is all. =)

  • Avanti

    I agree with some magnetic cure, including cure with the frequency generator.

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  • Anonymous

    You can bet anything even remotely close to a cure will be censored in favor of deadly chemo and radiation.

  • Linda

    I read this article, and then searched for the original article and read that as well. I think there has been a misinterpretation of this study and the conclusions this author comes to.

    1) In this article magnets did not kill cancer. If you read above, "They attached iron nanoparticles to antibodies, which bind to “receptor” molecules on tumor cells." So they gave cells antibodies which magnetized the cells and only after that did they respond to a magnetic field. So the magnets with normal tissue didn't do anything, but magnets after cells are covered in iron nanoparticles can cause cells to move and subsequently die.

    2) "One must wonder how this form of therapy will develop in the world of traditional medicine" – this article has been published in one of the most prestigious physics journals in the world. Nature Materials is a sub journal of Nature, and is as well cited and read as the journal Nature itself. So I don't think this will be a situation of the information being 'swept under the rug' as so many scientists read this stuff.

    3) How would we get these antibodies into someone's system in order for a magnetic field to work? We would have to make a drug. These antibodies would likely need to be swallowed (pill) or injected (needle) in order to circulate in the system and attach to cells. —- So in actuality Big Pharma might love this if it works.

    4) What could go wrong with antibodies with iron nanoparticles? Antibody therapy and nanoparticles are at the cutting edge of medical research and many of them show promise, like these ones, in killing certain number of tumor cells in a petri dish. But the problem is that in animals or humans they can act hugely differently than in a lab. For example, these nanoparticles caused abnormal mutations in fish! From the fish experiment all the authors can say is that the magnet can turn off and on the effects, but the effects in this case was abnormal fetal fish development. Also, if you go to the link above where they say that "cancer drugs have shown time and again to worsen tumors", it is an article about Gleevec and Sutent…..which are antibodies against tumor cells too. They didn't act the same in humans as they expected from the lab studies either.

    The actual conclusions of this study are the human cells can be magnetized with antibodies and that when magnetic field is applied it can cause some of the cells to die. They also found that the magnetic field acts as a switch to turn cell death on and off, as the untreated (unexposed to magnet) cells were unharmed.

    There needs to be more research into non-Big Pharma treatments for disease, but I had to comment on this article because it totally misunderstood the paper.

    • Dave

      w ell said linda.

    • al

      i think you missed a step there too. it wasnt the magnets or the nano particles that was killing the cancer cells. its still our natural anti-bodies. the effect of the nano particles combined with exposure to a magnetic field acts as a homing beacon for our immune system so that apoptosis can properly occur to cancer cells. thats what the first paragraph says.

      i think in theory this sounds good but again the problem lies on how to properly get those nano iron particles to attach to the right cells. if the nano particles just attach in random (ie. healthy and tumor cells alike) then how does this differ much from chemo? the article did not elaborate much on how nano particles will properly identify the cancer cells and bind to them which was a bit of a dissapointment for me.

      • Linda

        Yes Al, you make the next excellent point. How do you kill some of your cells and not all of them?

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  • Keyllah

    Where can one purchase those magnets?

  • Humberto

    I use N45 magnets in my project work. What kind of magnets did I the Koreans use? Was it a modified version of MRI? Give us readers all the details so I can build and start my own health care program at home.

  • Anonymous

    Amen!

  • http://www.willisjudd.co.uk/ Joe

    A very disheartening, sad article to read when you realise Big Pharma's grip is so tight. The ends they'll go to, to suppress alternative, viable and (most importantly) even more efficient treatments just to line their pockets and keep the population in a lucrative perpetual state of illness.

  • http://navoices.com/ William A

    I agree with my friend above.

    I wish we could import knowledge,and leave the control of Big Pharma and Big Brother ,as well as politics of control out and see what could happen.

  • Michael

    It is a complete disgrace that the medical establishment has worked for at least a century to suppress real cures for cancer, whilst promoting their own toxic, illogical and ultimately deadly treatments and theories of the mechanisms of cancer. Here we have another potential cure, which as noted by the article, is likely headed for the dust-bin of suppression. EMR (electromagnetic radiation) is an often dangerous but sometimes biologically useful phenomena and we need to understand far more about it than we do: after all, there's a whole lot of spectrum out there, mainly unchartered in terms of its biological effects. Whilst we have greedy industries (such as medicine, telco and military) propelled by individuals of a low-level self-absorbed and far from self-actualised and malthusian mindsets, we will continue with harmful, polluting technologies and never pick up on the helpful ones. All sentient beings will hope that the majority of human beings can awaken and join them, to fight the travesty.

    • Anonymous

      That was beautiful…

      • Anonymous

        I have used magnets for years for low back pain, belly aches…I even have a magnet mattress

        • Anonymous

          I used a magnetic bracelet to help with arthritis, slept with it on in a room full of electronics plugged in, & woke up with a splitting headache that made me sick to my stomach. I took it off & the headache gradually went away. I didn't relate the two, & put it back on the next day, only to have another headache suddenly start up… I threw it away.

    • Linda

      You're right. EMR has shown much promise in treating cancer. Actually, if you go to any large cancer center in the world you will find it. I believe its just called 'radiation' for short. There is also a variety of research about different energies of EMR and its effects on the body….I believe they also use it in CAT scans.