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If I had a penny for every 'cure for cancer' found by some backyard tinkerer, I could already buy a latte.
 

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lol, i like how he puts his hand in the radio waves to prove that they are harmless....
 
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http://gizmodo.com/379952/guy-inven...io-machine-built-out-of-pie-pans-and-hot-dogs

This idea of killing cancer cells with metallic particles and RF sounds intriguing. Doesn't this sound familiar to RF ablation? If it is shown to work, could this be a new area for growth for radiology or radonc?

I can see microcatheter delivery of the microparticles to the tumor + RFA. It may be a bit more targeted than RFA, but then how would you achieve a good burn margin?

So far RFA + chemoembo shows the most promising results, according to JVIR and SIR.
 
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