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Radio-wave Therapy Blocks Growth of Liver Cancer Cells

News   Jun 03, 2019 | Original story from Wake Forest Baptist Health

 
Radio-wave Therapy Blocks Growth of Liver Cancer Cells

Left hand image: Patient with metastatic cancer affecting various organs receiving first AM RF EMF systemic targeted treatment. Blue arrows indicate site of tumor with red lesions. Right hand image: Patient with complete and partial responses following months of AM RF EMF systemic targeted treatment. Light brown lesions indicate residual tumor following treatment with AM RF EMF. Credit: Wake Forest School of Medicine

 
 
 

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