Adnan Yousif Rojeab

Adnan Yousif Rojeab

London College UCK, UK

Title: Novel strategy to cure cancer


Adnan Yousif Rojeab has done his Doctorate in Electrical Engineering; he is a University Lecturer and Researcher. He has also worked at the Queen Mary University of London, University of West London. He is currently working at the London College. His research interests include action of electromagnetic fields on human system.


Cancer is a phenomenon of special reaction mechanism, which is functioning against the threat of severely acted tissues in the body. It is only created to eliminate severe damages and dangers that occur in the cells of the body, when the immune system fails to cure the damages. The effect of the cancer could only be ended when a direct, right and simple treatment method should be applied to cure the previous diseases that have caused the cancer, but not to attempt to treat the cancer itself. For the telomere matter, cancer cells have similar lengthening characteristics to those of germ cells. While in somatic cells, the telomere is shortening in every DNA replication. By applying a suitable amount and direction of a magnetic action on opposing the cancer cells, the lengthening of the telomere of the cancer could be inhibited, towards the somatic cells characteristics, and this application could be accepted as a method to treat cancer.