OALibJ  Vol.2 No.4 , April 2015
The Effect of Anomalous Magnetic Fields on Malignant Diseases
Abstract: Introduction: Natural earth’s magnetic field (EMF) is promoter of mother cell division into two daughter cells. Cancer is a cell that divides unlimited and destroys the body. Aim: Measurements presented in this paper show that malignant diseases are formed in anomalous magnetic fields (AMF) in patient’s beds. Removal of patients from AMF explains the etiological uncertainties in the medical literature. Methods: Measuring of AMF in patients’ beds was performed by proton magnetometer. Measuring points are on square net, 10 × 10 cm. The results are shown with contour lines on drawings. The health status of residence in the Earth’s natural magnetic field (EMF) was monitored. The etiologic data from the literature are explained. Results: Research lasted 25 years. AMF were measured in 1500 patients’ beds. There was a correlation between AMF and location of the diseased organ. AMF surfaces were shown in beds where the diseased organ is, on the contrary, there were natural values of EMF in the rest of the bed surface. Furthermore, the results found that three cases of breast cancer with metastases survived after surgical interventions and subsequent removal into natural EMF in contrast to 26 cases with the same diagnosis and surgical interventions who died after short period and staying in AMF. Another example was brain malignancy, which was decreased by living in natural EMF for one year. Conclusion: Based on the results of measurement of AMF, the medical condition of the patient when staying in a natural EMF, and explanation of uncertainties etiologies, the main conclusion was: AMF is the main cause of the malignant diseases.
Cite this paper: Nikola, T. and Vladislav, C. (2015) The Effect of Anomalous Magnetic Fields on Malignant Diseases. Open Access Library Journal, 2, 1-12. doi: 10.4236/oalib.1101459.

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