Search International and National Patent Collections

1. (WO2009129434) HYBRID SCIENTIFIC COMPUTER SYSTEM FOR PROCESSING CANCER CELL SIGNALS AS MEDICAL THERAPY

Pub. No.:    WO/2009/129434    International Application No.:    PCT/US2009/040901
Publication Date: Oct 22, 2009 International Filing Date: Apr 17, 2009
IPC: A61N 1/00
Applicants: THE NEURO-SIGNALING FOUNDATION
SCHULER, Eleanor, L.
NASH, Donald, E.
POLINER, James, K.
Inventors: SCHULER, Eleanor, L.
NASH, Donald, E.
POLINER, James, K.
Title: HYBRID SCIENTIFIC COMPUTER SYSTEM FOR PROCESSING CANCER CELL SIGNALS AS MEDICAL THERAPY
Abstract:
A hybrid scientific computer system with processor capable of recording, storing and reprogramming the natural electrical signals of cancer cells as found in tumors of humans and animals. The reprogramming process is designed to create a confounding electrical signal for retransmission into a malignant tumor to damage or shut-down the cellular internal electrical communication system. Altering the electrical charge on the glycocalyx of the outer cell membrane is also part of the treatment by application of ions. Confounding electrical signals are stored in a scientific cancer cell signal processor of the computer system. The invention causes cancer cell death as a medical treatment using ultra-low voltage and amperage encoded signals which are reprogrammed from cancer cell communication signals.