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.
The aim of the present paper is to study the morphofunctional changes in the tumor tissue and peripheral zone in experimental animals under the influence of extremely high-frequency electromagnetic radiation (EHF EMR). Combined effect of EHF EMR and ultra-low-frequency magnetic field (ULF MF) without the use of special anti-tumor agents is to be studied as well.
The objectives to be pursued by our studies are to assess some effects made by experimental actions of ultra-low frequencies electromagnetic field (ULF EMF) in combination with the SCENAR therapy on morphological changes in lung tissues and the regulation structures considering tumor growth dynamics.
The mechanisms of anti-tumor action of low intensity factors of activation therapy remain little investigated. The aim of the present paper is to study the changes in the immune system organs, the state of blood leukocytes and tumor area under effective activation therapy in tumor-bearing animals using EMR microwave range. The research is relevant due to the immune processes influence on cardiovascular system performance.
The article provides a modern vision of the problem of cardiotoxicity in oncology. Integrity and generality of nodal pathogenetic events in the body in case of carcinogenesis, antitumor therapy and cardiopathology are caused by similar mechanisms at different hierarchical levels. Identity of potential risk factors, including inflammation, aging, obesity, diabetes and smoking, has been noted.