Treatment of Lung, liver, Bones and Brain Metastasized Breast Cancers using Electro-Capacitive Cancer Therapy (ECCT)

    Warsito P. Taruno
    Center for Medical Physics and Cancer Research, CTech Labs Edwar Technology Company, Indonesia
    10th Congress on International Society of Medical Laser Applications (ISLA), Beverungen, Germany, 12—13 June, 2015

    Metastasized cancer cells are very deadly, often become main reasons of fatalities caused by the cancers, particularly when the cancer already spread to vital organs such as lung, liver, bones and brain. So far, there is almost no cure for such cases which are considered as palliative. In this research, a serial case studies of cancer treatment using a non-contact electrical field, namely electro-capacitive cancer therapy (ECCT), has been done to a number of breast cancer patients with lung, liver, bones and brain metastasis. The electro-capacitive approach generates relatively higher electrical field intensity in the area of tissue interfaces that leads to more effective treatment of peripheral and intra-tissue cancer development as compared to bulk cancer mass. This is especially the case of metastatic cancer cells to different organ in which small group of cancer cells are developed and spread throughout the organ. Therefore, the use of ECCT is suitable to small development of groups of cells regardless of the extension of the spread of the metastasis. The studies showed that a number of metastasized breast cancer cases to lung, liver, bones and brain with multiple nodules of several centimeters in sizes could be cleared up within 6 months of treatment using the ECCT. The palliative case patients have relatively longer survival rate, clinically improved significantly or even recovered to normal within few months. The cancer  in a number of patients were even unidentified using available medical scans such as PET-CT, MRI or CT-Scan. The method showed very limited side effects except some low level fever and dizziness after 3—4 months of treatment.