DETECTING AND DISPLAYING ENERGY FROM SKIN CANCER LESIONS: COMPARISON OF POST BIOPSY SKIN CANCER SCABS WITH NORMAL SKIN INJURY SCABS. A BIOPHYSICS APPROACH

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https://doi.org/10.29121/granthaalayah.v10.i6.2022.4627

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Cancer Tissue Energy, Tissue Electromagnetic Energy, Post Biopsy Tissue, Skin Scabs, Squamous Cell Carcinoma, Anisotropy

Abstract [English]

The purpose of this manuscript is to introduce via an established tabletop microscopy technique a comparison between electromagnetic energy (EMR) emitted by skin squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) tumors scab tissue and their normal counterparts. The same methodology was used for both groups. Mature scab samples of post biopsy SCC lesions and normal skin scabs were exposed to liquid Potassium Ferricyanide (K3Fe) on a glass slide. K3Fe has the property of “full absorption” of incoming EMRs there is a temporary delay in the advancing evaporation while forming crystals resembling periodic organized semicircles delineate the incoming energy. Living tissue, whether normal or diseased has metabolism that entails electron transfers in both plants (photosynthesis) and animals (cellular respiration) involving movement of electrons from donor to acceptor along the electron transfer chain thus inducing a current within each cell and from cell to cell. This energy is totally absorbed by K3Fe crystals. In Vitro experiments are presented showing disrupted energy emitted by SCC scabs failing short of reaching the tissue sample; a visual “Gap” in EMR was documented in both SCC samples. Conversely in scabs from normal tissue no “Gap” in continuity was seen. Based on results from duplicate experiments supports erratic EMR emissions from SCC scabs when compared with normal tissue scabs. Additionally, small-detached cancer scabs fragments demonstrated energy emissions not seen in normal tissue.

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2022-06-30

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Embi, A. A. (2022). DETECTING AND DISPLAYING ENERGY FROM SKIN CANCER LESIONS: COMPARISON OF POST BIOPSY SKIN CANCER SCABS WITH NORMAL SKIN INJURY SCABS. A BIOPHYSICS APPROACH. International Journal of Research -GRANTHAALAYAH, 10(6), 25–32. https://doi.org/10.29121/granthaalayah.v10.i6.2022.4627

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