MRET Activated Water As Possible Agent For Treatment In Oncology Models | 5408
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Objectives: The goal of this investigation was to study the effect of MRET activated water in vitro on HeLa cancer cells, and in
vivo for the prevention and treatment of two kinds of oncology diseases in mice (laboratory models of Ehrlich's ascites tumor and
Sarcoma ascites form). MRET Water is produced with the help of patented (US Patent No. 6,022,479), non-chemical Molecular
Resonance Effect Technology (MRET). The anomalous electrodynamic characteristics and viscosity of MRET water provide
some evidence regarding the possible effect of MRET water on electrical activity and proper function of the cells.
Methods: The in vitro investigations on normal PMBC cells (peripheral blood mononuclear cell) and on HeLa cancer cells (cell
line ATCC # CCL-2 cervical adenocarcinoma) were conducted at AltheaDx Technologies, San Diego, USA. The experiments
analyzed: cells lysed at 0 hour, cells cultured for 24 hours in untreated medium and cells cultured for 24 hours in medium treated
with MRET activator for 30 minutes. DNA samples from each batch were processed and the resultant data was analyzed using
Affymetrix Genotyping Console 3.0 to obtain genotype calls and copy number calls. Cell counts and % viability were obtained
using the Trypan Blue exclusion technique.
The ability of animals for tumor resistance was studied in the experiments conducted on 500 mice (22 groups with 20
mice in each and 10 groups with 5 mice in each group) with the help of the following methodology:
a) study of possible anti-tumor effectiveness of ?preventive? administration of different fractions of MRET water; mice
received MRET water during 2 weeks before tumor cell transplantation and after transplantation;
b) study of possible anti-tumor effectiveness of ?therapeutic? administration of different fractions of MRET water; mice
received MRET water after tumor cell transplantation;
c) investigation of functional citotoxic activity of lymphocytes containing natural killer cells (NK-cells) isolated from spleens
of mice (without tumors) which received MRET water; lymphocytes were incubated with tumor target cells.
Results: The in vitro experimental data revealed no difference between the zero hour (control), MRET treated and untreated
samples in term of genotypes and copy number calls. Thus, MRET activation of water based medium did not induce any changes
in cells on genetic level. The study showed that in MRET activated medium the viability of normal cells (PBMC) was higher,
and the viability of cancer cells (HeLa) was lower compared to the viability in untreated medium. For normal cells (PBMC) the
changes in cell counts were similar for untreated and MRET treated medium. Thus, MRET treatment did not affect the growth of
normal cells. For cancer cells (HeLa) the experimental data revealed significant inhibition of cancer cells growth in MRET treated
medium. The growth of viable cancer cells was inhibited by 54% in MRET treated medium compared to untreated medium
The in vivo experimental results confirm that consumption of all types of MRET water leads to the significant inhibition
of tumor growth and suppression of mutated tumor cells. The best results were observed in the groups of mice on MRET
water activated for 30 minutes (optimal regime). The resulting decrease of the Total Number of Viable Tumor Cells was 76%
in ?preventive treatment? group and 55% in ?therapeutic treatment? group. The observed average survival time of mice which
received optimal activated water in ?preventive treatment? regime increased by 61.7% compare to the control group. The increase
of cytotoxic index in both regimes (21 days and 14 days of application of activated water for mice without tumors) by 26% and
10% respectively was observed only in the groups of mice under MRET water activated for 30 minutes.
Conclusions: It is possible to conclude that the studies in vitro conducted at AltheaDx Technology confirm that MRET activated
water did not affect cells morphology on genetic level; it affected the morphology of normal cells (PBMC) in a positive way
increasing their viability and promoted significant inhibition of cancer cells (HeLa) growth.
The in vivo study at Kyiv Institute of Experimental Pathology, Oncology and Radiobiology of Ukrainian Academy of Science
confirms significant positive effect of MRET activated water on tumor resistance in animals in all groups of mice on activated
water. The significant anti-tumor effect of MRET Activated water on mice was close to the action of the chemotherapy agents
and allowed to avoid the side effects that typically follow chemotherapy treatment. The application of activated water can be quite
promising approach for non-drug stimulation of NK-cells immunization vaccines.
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