A quantum theory of disease, including cancer and aging

" The capacity for biostructures to amplify weak electromagnetic (EM) triggers through photon-phonon transductions may permit target-specific magnetic resonance energies to renormalize structural and functional integrity of critical biomolecules, such as telomeres, neurotransmitters, immunogenic transmissible microbiological agents, enzymes, peptide hormone trophic factors, transforming DNA segments… etc. Amelioration of the aging process and the effects thereof, including potentialities for palliation of a diversity of conditions may be possible, utilizing nonionizing physiologic PicoTesla electromagnetic fields. Various quantum phenomena are hypothesized as underpinning mechanisms for both normal and diseased conditions, including piezoelectricity, cyclotron resonance, the Quantum Hall Effect, and magnetic resonance; leading to a discussion of biological fission, fusion, and super conduction in neoplasia." {Credits 1}

{Credits 1} 🎪 Jacobson, J. (2016). A quantum theory of disease, including cancer and aging. Integr Mol Med, 3(1), 524-541. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution License.

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