What is Biomedical Research?
Biomedical research is a broad area of scientific research that involves the investigation of the body’s biological and chemical processes. Biomedical science uses many components of natural science and formal science in order to develop knowledge, interventions and technology that can be used in healthcare or public health. It is used to prevent illness, as well as develop products, medications and procedures to treat and cure illness and widespread diseases. This research requires the collaboration of various different scientists and researchers from both life and physical sciences with varied backgrounds and extensive skillsets.
Cancer research has swiftly gained significant attention among researchers. The U.S. government has spent around 75 billion dollars in the last four decades to combat this dreadful epidemic, but the ubiquity of cancer continues to rise. Cancer is a disease that involves the uncontrolled cell growth of abnormal cells in which old or damaged cells do not die when they should and new cells are formed when they are not needed. Cancer can further lead to metastasis and cell invasion into other tissues. Most of the available anti-cancer treatment modalities (such as radiation treatment, chemotherapy, surgery and targeted therapy) are not 100% effective and can pose greater health risks to the patient than cancer itself.
Biomedical Research on Cancer
What is Biofield Energy?
Researchers have discovered that a “biofield” of energy exists around the human body. This has been demonstrated through technologies such as Electromyography (EMG), Electrocardiography (ECG), electroencephalogram (EEG) and has most recently been measured with a detector called the “superconducting quantum interference device.” Although this phenomenon has caught the interest of many researchers and scientists, the body’s magnetic field has proven to be rather weak.
Impact of Trivedi Effect® on Cancer Cells
Mahendra Trivedi has been able to exhibit an extraordinarily powerful biofield of energy that he is able to direct through his thoughts. This biofield treatment has radically transformed a multitude of living and non-living organisms. Due to the prominence and unique nature of the results from his biofield treatments, the subsequent impact of this energy is now referred to as The Trivedi Effect®.
Mr. Trivedi’s biofield energy was recently tested on endometrial and prostate cancer cell lines. These experiments were carried out at the Department of Laboratory Medicine (RIA) of P.D. Hinduja
National Hospital and Medical Research Centre, Mumbai, India– accredited by The College of American Pathologists. Mr. Trivedi’s biofield energy was used on petri dishes containing endometrial and prostate cancer cell lines. The results showed that Mr. Trivedi’s energy transmission transformed cancerous cells into noncancerous cells. The biofield treatment also substantially elevated the Tumor necrosis factor-alpha (TNF-alpha) and reduced the Interleukin-6 in the cancer cell lines. TNF-alpha plays a vital role in cell death and cell survival as well as inflammation and immunity. Interleukin-6 is a cytokine that is known to regulate the immune inflammatory response and the growth of cancerous tumors, especially in prostate cancer.
Moreover, a pilot research study conducted at California Pacific Medical Research Center, USA, evaluated the effect of the biofield treatment on human brain (glioma) cells and healthy brain cells together. The results showed that the energy transmission, administered from a distance, induced cell death in brain cancer cells, while simultaneously promoted the viability of healthy brain cells.
This precision and intelligent selectivity has never been observed in cancer research studies or patient treatment and is considered to be the “holy grail” sought by scientists, researchers and cancer patients alike. Hence, biofield treatment provides a better alternative to radiation and chemotherapy for cancer treatment. Biofield energy will be a cost-effective approach to combating cancer and will drastically improve patient compliance.