Infrared Light Therapy Promise Successful Cancer TreatmentSeptember 5th, 2012 | Posted by in What Is Light Therapy Information
Canadian scientists have delivered lightning-fast laser pulses of infrared light to obliterate tumors in animals. The just-patented system under development at the University of Sherbrooke in Canada delivers 1,000 pulses of infrared light per second, each lasting only about 100 quadrillionths of a second, explains laser physicist and study coauthor Daniel Houde. The laser therapy obliterated tumors induced experimentally in mice. However, those tumors were just under the skin of the animals' legs. Then surgeons uses the laser like a scalpel during surgery with no need for lead shielding or other types of radiation protection.
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