The Clinic functions as a non profit organisation and is directly contributing to radiowave therapy research. A key function of this research is the data capture of information for Treatment outcomes Analysis.
In a significant number of cases, capturing the full histology (patient medical records) is not possible. Notwithstanding, where patient consent and their relevant records are available, then a picture can be provided which identifies factors pre, during and post radiowave therapy. Where this data is available, then case studies can be presented highlighting patient responses to radiowave treatment.
There are two series of case studies:
The Clinic case studies are able to be proven through the Clinic records and are in great detail. Two versions have been provided:
- A summary for general review
- A detailed analysis for those who want the full data.
The Dr Holt case studies are extracted from his journals and are not able to be verified, but it should be noted that in his highly qualified position, there is no reason to question their veracity.
Case studies herein will be added to from time to time, but are provided as a cross section of outcomes for different cancers.
Any positive outcome in these case studies does not mean any person treated for cancer with radiowave therapy will respond in the same way.
It must be remembered that radiowave therapy is under detailed research, partly for the reason that some persons respond to the treatment whilst others do not.
You will note there are no conclusions or recommendations identified with any case studies. This is deliberate as it is up to you as the reader to draw you own conclusions and decide your own intentions in response to reading this information.