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Zapping Cancer Cells at 13.56 MHz on 60 Minutes This Weekend

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  • Mark Thompson
    Zapping Cancer Cells at 13.56 MHz on 60 Minutes This Weekend (Apr 10, 2008) -- John Kanzius, K3TUP, of Erie Pennsylvania, has been working on an RF-based
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 10, 2008
      Zapping Cancer Cells at 13.56 MHz on 60 Minutes This Weekend (Apr 10, 2008) -- John Kanzius, K3TUP, of Erie Pennsylvania, has been working on an RF-based treatment for cancer that is currently undergoing testing. According to ARRL Media and Public Relations Manager Allen Pitts, W1AGP, Kanzius is scheduled to be on the CBS news show 60 Minutes on Sunday, April 13 (keep in mind that the line-up could change). "While there never is a way to predict what shows and what ends up on the cutting room floor, John gave as many plugs to his ham radio background as he could in being the foundations of hands-on learning that led to his research and invention," Pitts said. Kanzius, a very active Amateur Radio operator, aided in the creation of the upcoming ARRL Technology and Amateur Radio public relations campaign. Read more about Kanzius and his ground-breaking idea to kill cancer cells with radio waves in the February 2008 issue of QST.

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