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Some strategies of activation therapy using radiations of microwave ranges in experiments on tumorbearing animals

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Abstract

The paper offers an analysis of activation therapy approaches to an increase in efficacy of antitumor treatment with the use of electromagnetic-nature factors as developed by L.Kh. Garkavi and E.B.Kvakina. Basic principles of optimization of the effects of exposures to electromagnetic radiation in various frequency bands, considering the patterns of development of general unspecific adaptation reactions of the organism as well as conceptual presentation of the organism as a complex nonlinear dissipative system, are described herein. Analyzed are effects of exposure to low-intensity radiationin the millimeter and decimeter wave bands, undertaken according to the above principles, detected in oculated tumor bearing rats. A weak infra-low magnetic field was applied in the study as an additional factor. The experimental study shows a possibility to obtain marked antitumor effects without use of conventional antitumor therapy means.

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Galina V. Zhukova, Alla I. Shikhlyarova, Tatiana A. Barteneva, Lyudmila P. Barsukova, Yury V. Kostrovitskiy, Valdemar I. Petrosyan, Tatiana N. Gudtskova, Marina I. Bragina, Natalia M. Mashchenko. Some strategies of activation therapy using radiations of microwave ranges in experiments on tumor-bearing animals. Cardiometry; No.7; November 2015; p.47-57; DOI:10.12710/cardiometry.2015.7.4757 Available from: http://www.cardiometry.net/issues/no7-november-2015/tumor-bearing-animals

Keywords

General unspecific antistressor reaction,  Antitumor effect,  Electromagnetic field radiation,  Microwave range,  EHF range,  Low frequency modulation,   Resonance frequencies
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