April 16, 2008

The Kanzius Machine -- a cancer cure?

Evidently while I was catching up on "Desperate Housewives" last Sunday night, CBS's "60 Minutes" was broadcasting a story on a potential cure for cancer. The subject of this story, a former businessman who got cancer and used his youthful love of building radios to try to zap tumors with radio waves, has invented a machine that appears to promise a cure for cancer without drugs, surgery or side effects.

Reading the article was like seeing the science fiction future actually come to pass. If the Kanzius Machine can really kill microscopic cancer cells (the kind that dorm metastases), then an average guy will have invented a cancer cure.

Clink on the link in the title of this post to read the full CBS story. And welcome to the future.


1 comment:

  1. Hello Jill
    on this issue I am fully agree with you. but If we want to combat against a dreadful disease like cancer we need a comprehensive knowledge of the cancer symptoms that can lead to the infliction of the disease which would help us to nullify

    its consequences at the elementary level.

    thank you

    sudipta das