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The paper offers an analysis of activation therapy approaches to an increase in efficacy of antitumor treatment with the use…

Leonardo da Vinci perhaps was the first who paid attention to the energetic efficiency of existence of vortices emerging near…

This paper describes a novel approach to the analysis of electrocardiographic data based on the consideration of the repetitive P,…

The article aims at describing the theoretical principles of cardiometry as a fundamentally new scientific field which enables the accurate…

The activity of key ferments in the Krebs cycle (SDH) and glycolysis (α-GPDH) in peripheral blood lymphocytes in animals and humans with cancer pathology is considered herein. Identified is a close relationship between the fermentative activity and non-specific integral reactions of an organism, the type of which can be regulated by factors of electromagnetic nature. Monitoring of signal energetic and adaptive reactions permits to adequately evaluate an efficacy of treatment and predict recovery.

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