Elizabeth Tracey and Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon Jon Weingart M.D., discuss a study recently published in the Journal of American Medical Association which found that a helmet employing alternating electrical field pulses has been shown to improve survival from glioblastoma, one type of deadly brain tumor.
1. Cell DNA gets shed (0:25)
2. Wear a helmet 18-24 hours per day (1:25)
3. People can socialize while wearing (2:30)
4. Glioblastoma talk about 2 year survival (3:31)
5. Progression free hard to understand (4:32)
6. They’ll start to be additive (5:33)
7. Cells have mechanisms for spontaneous death (6:35)