Photobiomodulation, Energy and Cancer A Quantum Notion

" Photobiomodulation may help restore cellular homeostasis by inducing physiologically reparative activity for disease reversal in cancer and other degenerative diseases with minimal adverse side effects, and with potentially marked improvements in quality of life even in patients with advanced neoplasms. Of major importance to achieve this is the activation and modulation of mitochondrial oxidative energy pathways. Photobiomodulation has the potential to activate and modulate the production of ATP, GTP, AMPK and inositol pyrophosphates P7-P8, not only through the respiratory chain but also through absorption and transportation of IR light by water." {Credits 1}

" The theory behind biophoton therapy is based on the work of Morell [14] and has been expanded by the work of Vincent [15] and Popp [16], who theorized that light can affect the electromagnetic oscillation or waves of the body and regulate enzyme activity. The body’s communication system seems to be a complex network of resonance vibration and frequency. There is evidence that light in your body is stored by and emitted from the DNA molecule [17]. The DNA inside each cell vibrates at a frequency of several billion hertz. The vibration is created through the coil-like contraction and extension of the DNA structure which occurs several billion times per second and every time it contracts, it forces out a biophoton or light particle. That photon contains information about the DNA molecule. One single biophoton can carry more than four megabytes of information and relays this information to other biophotons. All the biophotons that are emitted from the body communicate with each other in this highly structured light field. The information transfer on biophotons is bidirectional. Illness occurs when biophoton emissions are out of sync. The light emissions from cancer patients lack such rhythms and appeared scrambled, which suggests that cancer cells are no longer communicating properly. Biophotons represent an actual electromagnetic language for coding morphogenetic information that triggers enzymatic processes within the cell; to develop the functional dynamics of life. In relation to cancer, it has been reported that normal rat hepatocytes exhibit spontaneous biophoton emission, but from hepatoma cells this activity was not detectable [18]. Continuous energy supply, a necessary condition for life, excites a state from thermodynamic equilibrium, in particular coherent electric polar vibrations depending on water ordering in the cell. Recently, based on studies by Pollack [19] and others on the exclusion zone (EZ), (described as a fourth phase of water), high-energy EZ water forms along hydrophilic surfaces (e.g., tissue interfaces) in response to radiant energy [20]. Remarkably, EZ water can separate and store electrical charges and can release up to 70% of such charges when it is disturbed. It seems likely that the EZ might be targeted by laser photobiomodulation as an energy reservoir, which cells may use to fuel cellular work and trigger signaling pathways and gene expression modification to overcome injury-induced redox potentials. In other words, it acts as a battery. Laser photobiomodulation may trigger reparative and regenerative mechanisms that can lead to restoring homeostasis or physiological balance [21-23]." {Credits 1}

" Pollack has shown that interfacial water can undergo charge separation when it absorbs visible or NIR light [69]. This charge separation (equivalent to localized pH changes) could affect the conformation of proteins [70]. It has also been suggested that PBM could reduce the viscosity of interfacial water within the mitochondria, and allow the ATP synthase, which rotates as a nanomotor to turn faster [71]. Water provides efficient pathways for charge storage, separation, and subsequent release [19]. Santana [72] proposes that light water interactions offer a potent, alternate and complementary pathway to activate or modulate tumor suppression and/or proto-oncogenic expression through energy transfer via water and CO2 in multi-fractal regimes, leading to the coupling of spatiotemporal oscillators. In general, physiological rhythms (orderly, organized, compartmentalized frequencies and vibrations needed for effective communication) may be reactivated and synchronized through water, CO2, and membrane receptors by selective, noninvasive, long-range, external energy supplementation by light in the presence of the necessary cofactors.." {Credits 1}

{Credits 1} 🎪 : Gonzalez MJ, Olalde J, Cintron K, Miranda-Massari JR and Weber MH. (2021) Photobiomodulation, Energy and Cancer: A Quantum Notion. J Cancer Sci Res Ther, 1(1): 1-10. © 2021 The author(s). This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution NonCommertial ShareAlike license.

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