Infusing cold Ionic radiation into the arteries treating Cancer and Alzheimer's patients

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  1. Genesis Biophysics

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    Infusing cold Ionic radiation into the arteries treating Cancer and Alzheimer's patients
    The parameters of safety while treating patients in human trials.
    Cold ionic radiation is produced at the hand piece that is used to apply the 'matter' to the body, entry is through the artery in the foot, non invasively.
    The infusion of reactive oxygen species and reactive nitrogen species passes through the skin and becomes active as the species react with the water in the blood.
    Prior to the ionic radiation being produced in the hand piece(the actuator), the electronic package prepares and produces the energy for delivery to the actuator.
    The power source is originally 240 volts a/c and goes to a transformer bringing the power to 9-12 vdc. This energy is pulsed and set a a pre described frequency then delivered through pos and neg wires to the actuator. Both wires are fused at .100mA, this energy produces an immensely powerful cold ionic radiation.
    Is this energy sufficient to produce fibrillation of the heart?
     
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    Moved to off-topic while waiting to see whether this topic is "real" or not.
     
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