What is CEAT?

Mechanism of cancer energy and resonance response test

Cancer energy is triggered by worsened pericellular environments, and the subsequent gene destruction causes canceration of the cells. While the immune system tries to expel cancer cells, the division of cancer cells begins as cancer energy intensifies. In most cases, 10 to 15 years after the cell division has started, the carcinoma will have grown to a size detectable by precision instruments.  By this stage, however, cancer energy will already have been diffused to a wide area, and over the course of this time, will have caused the development of metastatic lesions.  In some cases, these metastatic legions will grow to sizes larger than the primary lesion, resulting in what is known as a cancer of unknown primary origin (CUP).
     In cancer energy annihilation therapy, the existence of cancer energy is detected by a special examination method called resonance response.
     The ability of this resonance response test to detect cancers even at very early stages has been empirically proved.
     The resonance response test allows the identification of the primary lesion, even for those cases which have been diagnosed as CUP by methods from conventional medicine.