What is CEAT?

Differences between conventional treatment and CEAT

Cancer energy annihilation therapy (CEAT) consists of a resonance response test as a diagnostic method for cancer energy and microwave irradiation as a subsequent therapeutic method.  CEAT is different from conventional therapeutic methods in many ways.  First of all, the resonance response test makes possible the detection of microcarcinomata.  In other words, it makes possible the detection of minute primary lesions even in those cases which have been diagnosed as CUP by techniques from conventional medicine. Microwave irradiation therapy has a number of therapeutic effects, including a heating effect, an immunopotentiating effect, an active oxygen eliminating effect and an abnormal vascular proliferation preventing effect , which together allow for treatment that is not accompanied by adverse effects such as deteriorated physical conditions caused by disorder in normal cells.  Once the annihilation of cancer energy has been confirmed, no recurrence or metastasis is observed in patients treated with this method.  Furthermore, the microwave irradiation can annihilate minute carcinomata without the need for any surgical procedures.  Another benefit is the fact that each session of microwave irradiation takes only a few minutes.  Accordingly, there is no need for hospitalization, and the hospital can provide outpatient care. In general, conventional treatments for cancer are covered by insurance, but these treatments tend to be carried over long periods of time and in many cases result in the accumulated treatment costs becoming high, despite the insurance cover provided.  By contrast, despite not being covered by insurance at the present time, CEAT does not require any drugs or examination devices, and the time required for treatment is short. This means that treatment costs can be kept low.