Track: Human Factors and Ergonomics
Cancer is one of leading cause of death in developed countries. While the establishment brags that more cancer patients survive than ever before, the horrific side effects inflicted by conventional therapy often leave patients partially or severely debilitated, and set the stage for deadly secondary diseases. For those people suffering from cancer the dangerous mix of chemotherapy and surgery not only failed to cure the cancer, but destroyed their remaining quality of life. The laser treatment has the potential to destroy primary breast tumors. This unique treatment can also seek and destroy cancer cells that have spread (metastasized) from the original tumor to other parts of the body. This is especially critical as metastasized cells are the primary cause of cancer death. A laser beam operating in the near-infrared frequency of light heats tissue to a depth of several centimeters, allowing the beam to penetrate directly into a solid tumor with minimal damage to normal tissue because it can be focused directly through intact skin, no surgical incision is required.