A new physical approach to treat cancer by Nao Taiji bionic instrument: Repeated experiment on nursing and curing hepatoma mice by activating inhibitory transmitter in brain

Shuang Quan Xia, Xin Hong Song, Guang Yu Xia, Qi Chen, Quan Min Zhang, Xiao Jun Chen, Xue Wei Huang, Tom Shanahan, Qi Wu, Yi Yuan Tang

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Abstract

Aim: To investigate the efficacy of Nao Taiji bionic instrument (NTJ) which is made from the frequency and codes related to the ET brain waves, and study the mechanism of inhibiting the proto-oncogene by activating the inhibitory neurotransmitter, based on the observed effect of antitumor rate in 2002. Methods: Forty mice were divided into 3 groups randomly after inoculation of hepatoma: saline negative control group (negative control group, n=11), cyclophosphamide positive control group (positive control group, n=10) and NTJ treatment group (n=19). The antitumor rate was determined, and the neurotransmitter in brain by Super Encephal of Luctuograph Technology (Super ET) system. The behavior and appearance, brightness of the fur and skin, properties of faeces were observed. Results: The antitumor rate in the NTJ group treatment group (52.9%) was significantly different from that in the positive control group (79.4%) (P <0.001). It was direct ratio to the new discovered effect of neurotransmitter. The level of γ-aminobutyric acid, 5-hydroxytryptamine (5-HT) and acetylcholine (Ach) played chief roles in cancer treatment were increased significantly. The result was similar to the one of 2002. The behavior and appearance, brightness of the fur and skin, properties of faeces were all improved significantly in the treatment group. Conclusion: 1 The repeated experiment further proves that inhibitory transmitters are activated. 2 It may magnify the regulating and controlling signal through nerve center system gradually, inducing the cells development, differentiation, senescence and apoptosis, so as to inhibit the tumor cells proliferation. 3 The repeated results are quite similar to the former one that the quality of living are improved. It evaluates that treating hepatoma mice by NTJ is credible, practical and scientific.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)6410-6412
Number of pages3
JournalChinese Journal of Clinical Rehabilitation
Volume8
Issue number29
StatePublished - Oct 2004

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