Here are some cached key papers about fighting cancer this way
2015 review, 2016 glioma review, 2014 lung
Here is page of links to cancer related scientific papersHere are some cached key papers about fighting bacteria this way
Weak Alternating Electricity seem to have great uses to fight cancer and bacterial
infection by spoiling cell replication which cancer does faster than normal
cells. These discoveries may also indicate that ordinary electrical fields might
be doing some damage to our normal healthy selves. Basic research that should
have been done 100 years ago has not been done. Doing this type of research
on yourself may be dangerous.
equipment here is for research users and perhaps veterinarians wanting to do research. Simpler smaller devices will be technically easy to fabricate, any patents might be difficult to enforce on individual do it yourselfers. A comprehensive study of rights, including prior art and new patents should be done.
design simpler easier to build and use DIY cancer and bacteria killing electrical field equipment
cancer types and locations
encourage others to do research
on previously published frequencies.
on unknown frequencies
on radio towers
Thursday June 1 2017, Constructing whole body electrodes for ankles and wrists and neck,but these type of electrodes could be placed on the head or over organs elsewhere. Hypothetically these could be used for widespread cancer or widespread infection.
In this case we are using military style webbing belt buckles with lamp cord soldered to them , these provide cinch sizing and no special assembly work.
The signal generator and usb battery packs are in a fanny pack. amazon has the signal generator, links.
a bnc plug is soldered to the wires, to form switches that could switch between electrodes in a manual versus a future automated way to attack the cells from as many angles as possible. The neck position i assume to be the best is on the trapezious muscle, but I have not tested it there under power. I would not want to put it over any major nerve, especially the vagus nerve. safety issues are unknown,but can possibly be compared to Tens machines and pacemaker standards.