Hyperthermia was developed by physicians and scientist. So yes, it is "purely scientific". It is, unfortunately,a slow, labor
intensive modality, and it is technically challenging, thus not very lucrative, commercially. BUT, it produces great positive
results, with absolutely no long term side effects (the only "risk" is a rare occurrence, a small superficial skin "burn" can
develope, if a patient does not report feeling the heat to an uncomfortable level.This disappears within few days..). Dr.
Raymond Royal Rife, who developed the first radiofrequency therapy device, achieved 100% success, with cancer
patients.about 80% of patients needed 3 months to achieve complete response, and the rest -one more month.He did so with
NO Chemotherapy or ionizing radiation "combination". When combining modalities, one can not properly measure the true
effect of long- term side effects of the damaging modalities. This can be done ONLY with isolating modalities, or testing the
combination versus the single modality. Since there is no financial support for such studies, we can not tell it's true potential
as a single modality practice, other than the existence of clinical studies conducted by Dr. Rife, and since, by small clinics,
the world over.There is no corporate involvement with Hyperthermia, as it is done with Pharmaceuticals.
In Europe, where it is used the longest, it is mostly used by the very rich, who know about this option. Many high profile
people have been saved by it, most of whom keep it "a private experience", unfortunately.
President Reagan and many other celebrities such as Liz Taylor, Suzanne Somers, Anthony Quinn, and including European royalty
chose Hyperthermia, and Germany’s kinder, gentler treatments.
We are posting a random compilation of studies, few of very many, done with Hyperthermia devices. Please read through it. We
use a combination of ALL radiofrequency devices, in order to prevent cancer and viruses from "adjusting" (developing biological
resistance) to the effect of a single method. In that, our facility is superior to all others.
Application of short-wave therapy in complex treatment for endometrial cancer.
Zaporozhan VN1, Khait OV, Bespoyasnaya VV.
Abstract
The dynamics of the cellular immunity indices have been studied in 81 patients with endometrial cancer, during the period of
combined surgery and post-operative gamma-therapy and also during short-wave therapy.
The results obtained
testify to the immunostimulating and immunomodulating effect of electromagnetic
irradiation of short-wave frequency
, thus providing rehabilitation of the immune system in endometrial cancer
patients and serving as the basis for short-wave therapy, including it in the complex of therapies given to this group of
patients.
Non-Thermal Effects-
The differences in the relative dielectric permittivity and magnetic permeability, the electric conductivity and the different
ion distribution between normal and malignant tissue may explain different physical and physiological behaviour of the cells in
an electric or magnetic field. It is possible that especially electromagnetic fields in the range between 1 and 30 MHz exhibit

non-thermal antineoplastic effects on cancer cells by direct electromagnetic coupling
,
f.e. with the cell membrane, receptors or ion channels. Tumour growth inhibition has been shown also for interactions with
alternating magnetic fields.71
The application of
low power electric fields (<5W) has also found to be effective against cells and tumors without increasing
the temperature.72-75 Yet few studies discuss the biological mechanisms involved in the mechanisms involved with the
interactions between EMF and tissue. In his book, Exploring Biological Closed Electric Circuits (BCEC) Nordenström from the
Karolinska Institute in Stockholm79 describes different circulatory system pathways for which any serious disruption in the
flow of energy and material can produce error, malfunctions, disruptions and disease. O'Clock from Minnesota State University
could demonstrate a proliferation suppression of malignant cells (retinoblastoma cells) by direct electrical current within a 10
to 15 µA range.80
Non-equilibrium thermal effects might be-at least partially-responsible for antineoplastic effects in tumor tissue.
Capacitively-coupled energy transfer in the frequency range between 8 and 27 MHz may not penetrate the cell membrane and
will be absorbed primarily in the extracellular space. A constant energy delivery may maintain over time a temperature
gradient between the extra- and intracellular space, causing ionic currents through the membrane which depolarizes and
therefore destabilizes the membrane.76,77 An increased transmembraneous water influx by the thermal flux can increase the
intracellular pressure, which is about 30% above the normal.76 Since malignant cells typically have relatively more rigid
membranes than normal cells due to increased phospholipid concentrations,78 an increase in pressure will selectively destroy
more malignant cells.
These effects might be the reasons why RF capacitively coupled hyperthermia may be used for the treatment of areas which
have been contra indicated for other methods of hyperthermia, such as of the liver, lung, pancreas and brain.

Conclusions
Locoregional hyperthermia may contribute to therapeutic improvements in the treatment of cancer patients. Randomised
controlled phase III trials have shown that
these methods increase at least at several indications the response
rate, disease free and overall survival of patients with cancer without increasing the toxicity of other
combinational treatments.
Nevertheless, the different methods are associated with systemic and local side-effects. For
three types of tumors, the locally advanced cervical cancer, advanced head and neck tumors and glioblastoma, a survival
benefit has been shown in randomized controlled trials. In other tumors, such as local recurrent breast cancer and recurrent
melanoma an increase in local response but no positive effect on recurrence-free or overall survival has been demonstrated.
The recurrence rate of carcinoma of the bladder can be reduced markedly by hyperthermic perfusion. Patients with
peritoneal metastases from ovarian cancer respond much better to hyperthermic perfusion chemotherapy compared to
systematic chemotherapy, especially after first line therapy.
The superficial, interstitial and perfusional hyperthermic methods provide at the time the most effective hyperthermic
methods with significant improvements in clinical outcome in oncology, as quality of life and overall survival.
Further technical improvements are desired to optimize the therapeutic outcome. The optimal technique, i.e., applied
frequency, maximal temperature, time of exposure, time interval with other antineoplastic modalities, has still to be defined.
Non-invasive techniques for the measurement of the intratumoral temperature distribution may overcome the present burdened
and risky invasive measurements.
Non-thermal effects may also play a role by direct interactions of electromagnetic and ultrasonic waves in cancer
tissue, on subcellular and molecular levels. There are some interesting hints, showing that
deep hyperthermia with
radiofrequencies may have some different effects and may exhibit antineoplastic activity
without
radio- or chemotherapy.
Marked improvements in quality of life, pain relief and prolongation of survival could be
observed in first observational studies. These encouraging results deserve to be confirmed in randomized clinical trials.
But, with respect to evidence-based gradings of clinical trials it should be mentioned that K. Benson et al,50 and J.
Concato et al,51 could show in
meta-analysis from 235 clinical studies that well-designed observational
studies do not systematically overestimate the magnitude of the effects of treatment as compared
with those in randomized, controlled trials on the same topic.

Acknowledgement
I thank Mrs. M. Riese for the literature search and manuscript assistance.
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Please read these research papers- on this link- it has many references, in the notes. Thanks.
•  In a clinical study conducted in Italy involving 41 patients (44 nodes) with inoperable Stage IV head and neck
cancer, patients receiving hyperthermia and radiation therapy had an 83% complete response rate compared to 41%
for patients who received radiation therapy alone, and the 3-year local relapse-free survival rate was 24% for
patients receiving only radiation and 68% for those who received both radiation and hyperthermia therapy. (See
International Journal of Radiation Oncology, Biology, Physics Vol. 28, pp. 163-169.)
•  In an international clinical study conducted in Denmark, the Netherlands and Norway involving 128 patients with
recurrent or metastatic malignant melanoma, patients who received hyperthermia therapy along with radiation had a
complete response rate for recurrent malignant melanoma lesions of 62% compared to 35% for those who received
radiation treatments alone, and the local relapse-free survival rate at 5 years was 46% for those who received
both hyperthermia and radiation and 28% for those who received radiation alone. (See International Journal of
Hyperthermia, Vol., 12, No. 1, 3-20.)
http://www.redjournal.org/article/0360-3016(86)90294-4/abstract
http://academic.research.microsoft.com/Publication/31852421/biological-rationale-and-clinical-experience-with-hy
perthermia
http://academic.research.microsoft.com/Publication/39031140/the-influence-of-membrane-lipid-composition-and
-procaine-on-hyperthermic-death-of-cells
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12181239
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12098606
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11527684
http://www.oncothermia-journal.com/journal/2013/Local_and_whole_body_hyperthermia_in_chemoresistant_ovarian
_cancer.pdf
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4000888/
Hyperthermia is a Health Canada Approved, Non-Invasive
Integrated Therapy In the Fight Against Cancer
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/6596864_Hyperthermia_and_immunity_A_brief_overview