Basic Study

Effects of microwave on breast cancer cells

To determine the effects of microwaves on breast cancer, cancer cells sampled from the ulcerated surface of breast cancer tumor were prepared as a specimen for microscopic observation. The sample was irradiated with microwaves 2 times for 3 seconds each time, using a microwave generator unit placed at a distance of 20 cm, and subsequent changes to the cells were observed.  The destruction of the cytoplasmic membrane of the cancer cells was confirmed 30 minutes after the irradiation.
     Additionally, in order to confirm if microwaves cause any harm to normal cells, microwaves were irradiated on normal human blood 2 times for 3 seconds each time from a distance of 20 cm. After 30 minutes, the white blood cells and red blood cells showed no abnormalities.

 

Photo 1: Cancer cells sampled from ulcerated surface of breast cancer tumor (x 1000)

 

Photo 2: Microwaves were irradiated on sample A 2 times for 3 seconds each time from a distance of 20 cm. 30 minutes later, the destruction of the cytoplasimic membrane of cancer cells was observed.

 

Photo 3: As a control, normal human blood was irradiated in the same manner. 30 minutes later, the white blood cells and red blood cells showed no abnormalities.