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The Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine Vol. 12, 3rd Quarter 1997


The Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine

GD O'Clock, PhD

The Effects of In Vitro Electrical Stimulation on Eukaryotic Cells: Suppression of Malignant Cell Proliferation

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For more than 16 years an electrotherapcutic technique developed by Dr.Bjorn Nordenstrom has been effectively utilized in the treatment of a variety of cancerous conditions. This technique offers a relatively comfortable, low cost and minimally toxic approach, toward the treatment of cancer, and it also provides an alternative treatment, for malignancies that have developed a resistance to conventional therapcutic approaches.

Many of the mechanisms that have been proposed for the tumor regression/remission results achieved with. Nordenstrom's electrotherapeutic technique have been associated, with the attraction of white blood cells to the tumor site, pH gradients, water starvation and gas formation. The invitro results reported in this paper strongly indicate that some of the ´mechanisms associated with electrotherapy may also be occurring at the cellular level.

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