Findings from Investigations on Human Breast Cancer Cells Utilizing the Jacobson Resonator

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Findings from Investigations on Human Breast Cancer Cells

Utilizing the Jacobson Resonator

Experimental findings of scientists at the
ollege of
edicine, Mississippi


niversity, resulting from investigations with human female breast can
cer cells
zing the Jacobson Resonator, with

la range electromagnetic fields


have revealed profound new insights.

Utilizing m
array technologies, investigations discovered numerous gene seq
that have expression profiles alte
red in human mammary carcinoma (breast cancer) cell
populations following exposure to specific PTREMEF (picoTesla range electromagnetic
energy field) schedules, derived by
Dr. Jerry Jacobson for his
Jacobson Resonator. The
implication that these very weak,

extremely low frequency magnetic fields may in

cancer cells is profound. It indicates that very weak magnetic fields may be physiologic
and play a fundamental role in human function at the molecular level; as well as, the
atomic level.

N.B. “Tesla
” is a unit of measure for magnetic field strength, and “Pico” refers to

). The earth’s steady magnetic field (in which we have evolved) measures
five, hundred thousandths

of a Tesla. Therefore, a 5
icoTesla magnetic field is


the strength of the earth’s field, an incredibly weak magnetic field, and far
weaker than anyone supposed could be important to living systems. Keep in mind that
lines, cellular telephones and computers, all emit magnetic fields about

a million
times stronger than the magnetic fields employed in Jacobson Resonance

cancer studies.

Indeed the findings were astonishing.

at the literature, we find that in 1971, Dr. David Cohen, of the Massachusetts
Institute of Technology (M.I.T.
) first established parameters for the brain’s magnetic field
profile, contrasting normal magnetic field profiles with abnormal. For this classical work
he utilized a super conducting quantum interference detector (SQUID), with sensitivities
down to the le
vel of


, of one trillionth of a Tesla. He established that,
a typical neuro
magnetic field


about one tenth, of a trillionth of a Tesla; 500 million
times weaker than the magnetic field of the earth (geo
magnetic). Maintaining a sensor

near the scalp, he established that brain waves could be associated with picoTesla range
magnetic fields. In addition to this he also measured the heart’s magnetic field and found
that it too was within this range.

While mapping the brain and heart’s mag
netic field profiles in the 1970’s was interesting,
it was believed that the forces measured were so weak they had to represent a kind of
noise secondary to stronger interactions, and their usefulness was relegated strictly to
possible diagnostic advantag
e. However, in 1979 Dr. Jerry Jacobson discovered an
equation from which he independently predicted both the existence and importance of
such weak magnetic fo
rces in the human body. Now, having

rigorously derived evidence
that such weak magnetic forces may

be physiologic, i.e. these subtle energies play a vital
role in the fundamental structure and function of critical molecules dictating the state of
wellbeing for humans, as well as all living systems
, the quest continues

Professor Emeritus W. Ross Adey
of Loma Linda University stated, “Over the past thirty
years, a series of observations have pointed with increasing certainty to an essential
organization in living matter physical in nature, at a far finer level than the structural and
functional image de
fined in the chemistry of molecules. This is indeed a new frontier. It
neither ignores nor neglects great accomplishments across centuries of biological
research. Studies that have led to our present knowledge appear to bridge logically and
sequentially to

all that has gone before, yet in many respects it has been an un
sea in both biological and physical sciences”.

Now, proteomics studies at Mississippi State University, led


principal investigator Dr.
Cody Coyne, employing 2D
PAGE analysis and

LC/ mass spectrometry methods have
detected a range of biological proteins produced by breast cancer cell types that have
their expression profiles altered

following exposure to the same Jacobson Resonance
schedules applied in the gene
expression studies

The implication that transcription/
translation events may be altered by magnetic fields that decrease the viability of these
cell types further adds excitement.

Dr. Cody Coyne has stated, “… investigations have identified membrane associated
that are expressed at elevated or decreased levels in MCF
7 populations
following exposure to multi
frequency picoTesla electro
magnetic energy field

have also detected several
RNA sequences that are expressed in
populations of MCF
7 hu
man mammary carcinoma cells

exposed to the same

schedules. It is our intent to publish these experimental findings in the near future”.

Dr. Jacobson adds:

“Thus, in this context, what has been established during the course of
research at Mississip
tate University has been the following:

There is a definitive influence of picoTesla magnetic
fields on biological systems

… as we view critically important molecular mechanisms in these studies as
picoTesla magnetic fields exert their anti
cancer prop

… as we identify genes and proteins that are probably involved in suppressing
growth and viability of human mammary carcinoma that can be regulated by
picoTesla range magnetic fields

… t
he genes and proteins identified can be considered “targets” t
hat can function
as templates for the molecular design of new chemotherapeutic agents

… the picoTesla magnetic fields can potentially be applied either alone or in
combination with conventional chemotherapeutic agents

… the picoTesla magnetic field instru
mentation can be applied as a research tool
for scientific discovery”.