• Fermented Wheat Germ

    Fermented Wheat Germ was shown to have apoptotic effects in a variety of cultured cell types in vitro (ie, HT-29 human colon carcinoma cells, estrogen-positive breast cancer cells, T-cell and B-cell tumor lymphocytic cells, and Jurkat cells). Fermented wheat germ extract (FWGE), also called fermented wheat germ powder (FWGP), is a concentrated extract of wheat […]

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  • Musaceas (Plantain and Banana) Plant

    Research conducted at the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute in Tampa, FL (2004) indicates that an extract of the Musaceas (plantain and banana) plant may play a role in the prevention and treatment of cancer, lending credence to anecdotal evidence from patients and healthcare providers who have used or recommended the extract […]

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  • Tomato (Lycopene) and Broccoli (I3C) Diet

    Studies have shown that eating tomatoes and broccoli lowers the risk of prostate and breast cancer. The carotenoid, lycopene, the red substance in tomatoes, also appears to have potential benefit in treating oral, oesophageal, lung, stomach, colorectal, pancreatic, bladder, cervical and some other forms of cancer. There is also evidence that lycopene by itself is […]

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  • Rife Machine Finale

    1937 was a year of frustration. Johnson and Rife were trying to get Dr. Gruner from Montreal to join Rife in his laboratory. The Special Research Committee of the University of Southern California was hoping to make an announcement by the end of the year concerning the “aetiology of cancer.” It was decided that they […]

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  • Rife Gains Acceptance

    Rife was never published or mentioned in any scientific report after the mid-1940s. Those who knew what he had done also knew what had been done to him. Even much later, those whose own work confirmed Rife’s discoveries and who personally knew Rife avoided mentioning his name. Scientists frequently talk about a “courageous search for […]

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  • Rife Machine & Microscope

    The greatest mistake in the long ordeal of the 1930s probably happened on May 3-4, 1932 when Kendall addressed the Association of American Physicians in Baltimore. Sitting in the audience waiting to pounce were Dr. Rivers and Dr. Zinsser. Neither had been able to reproduce the effects which Kendall showed were possible using his “K […]

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  • 1939: Rife research shut down by the AMA

    While Rife and his associates were creating a science of the future, they were living in a scientific world of the past-vastly different from the one in which the medical research goliaths were taking shape and which would dominate post-war society. These were vast enterprises linked to powerful financial interests. A breakthrough of the kind […]

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  • Creation of the ”BEAM RAY” Machine in 1938

    Beam Ray began in 1937 after Philip Hoyland moved to San Diego from Los Angeles. He was an electrical engineer, had worked with Rife, and had contributed to the improvement of the Royal Rife Machine. Rife brought him to the Rife Laboratory in Point Lorna on Alcott Street, San Diego. Hoyland met a promoter named […]

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  • 1936: Positive clinical results for cancer research

    Sometime in early 1936 William Donner, the President of the International Cancer Research Foundation, visited Rife and Johnson. He was impressed by what he saw and wanted his colleagues in Philadelphia to witness a demonstration. Rife agreed to travel east in the spring and show them how to filter a BX cancer virus. Also in […]

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  • Raising Funds for the Royal Rife Project

    In a letter dated October 15, 1935, Dr. Milbank Johnson explained to a cancer foundation why Rife and he couldn’t stop their work and do special tests which the foundation wanted: “From what I have said I don’t want you to jump to the conclusion that we are not interested in your side of the […]

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