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25th World Congress on Cancer Science and Therapy

Baltimore, USA

Yoshiaki Omura

Yoshiaki Omura

New York Medical College, USA

Title: Non-invasive quick, early diagnostic method and individualized safe, effective treatment of various cancers and their metastasis using highly sensitive electromagnetic field resonance phenomenon between 2 identical molecules or cancer tissues

Biography

Biography: Yoshiaki Omura

Abstract

Using highly sensitive electro-magnetic field resonance phenomenon between two identical molecules with identical amount, which was discovered at Graduate Experimental Physics Department of Columbia University (for which US Patent was given under the name of Bi-Digital O-Ring Test for the imaging and diagnosis of internal organs), the author was able to non-invasively detect any molecules, including neurotransmitters, specific cancers of specific internal organs, virus, bacteria, fungus and toxic substances. Using this method, he developed the following three early diagnostic methods: 1) Accurate organ representation areas of face, including eyebrows, pupils, nose, upper and lower lips, upper and lower side of the tongue, hands, and feet which were accurately mapped using above-resonance phenomenon. The author often found in the presence of malignancy, deep crease or round projection appeared in the organ representation areas with or without discoloration. In addition, eyebrows where every organ is represented, in the presence of malignancy, color of the eyebrow changes to a white color and eventually hair disappears. In addition to these visible changes, in the presence of cancer, there will be invisible changes also, which can be detected rapidly using Bi-Digital O-Ring Test non-invasively without even touching a patient. These invisible changes were often found at different organ representation areas of nose, lips, tongue, and hands. 2) One page “Mouth, Hand, and Foot Writing Form”. Completion of the form takes about 5-10 minutes. From this one-page form, almost any malignancy can be detected. Any malignancy can be screened in one minute and the exact malignancy can be identified within 5-10 minutes non-invasively without knowing any medical history of the patient. 3) Detection of any cancer or malignancy from recorded ECGs; this method was recently discovered by the author and all the cancers and its related biochemical parameters can be estimated using rapidly changing QRS Complex as well as slowly changing, rising part of T-wave of ECGs. Using these three methods, almost any cancer can be screened rapidly and diagnosed in short time, noninvasively without biopsy or blood test or imaging devices. Our research indicated that human papilloma virus type 16 (HPV-16) infection was found in almost every cancer we examined. In the presence of the strong infection of HPV-16, high incidence of cancer was found and when one person in family has cancer with increased HPV-16 virus infection, almost every member of the family was often infected with same degree of the infection. HPV-16 can be transmitted very easily by talking with the infected person in short distance. As a result, our latest cancer treatment now includes safe, rapid elimination of HPV-16 virus. We tested many potential cancer treatments and also evaluated potential role of optimal dose of vitamin D3, taurine, and PQQ as well as DHEA and for safe, effective, individualized treatment of cancer patients. As a consequence, we found optimal dose of vitamin D3 to be most effective, safe, and economical treatment due to its unique seven beneficial effects, including its anti-cancer effect and efficient urinary excretion of microorganisms. Abnormal increase of 8-OH-dG, which is proportional to DNA mutation and its relationship with cancer metastasis and aggressiveness of cancer and factors inhibiting Vitamin D3 effects will also be discussed.