The Institute is a non-profit organisation committed to researching radiowave therapy for the treatment of cancer and other diseases, within the following broad objectives:
- To sponsor radiowave therapy research projects in Australia and overseas, wherever access to best practice technologies, facilities, resources and know-how exist.
- To undertake sequential independent research projects, the outcomes of which will inherently reinforce the findings of each other, at the same time act to define the extent of subsequent research projects. In the process of testing a broad range of hypotheses in relation to radiowave therapy, to ensure that the aim of random clinical trails remains the foremost expeditious end point.
- To put radiowave therapy into context with conventional cancer treatments – this could be as an adjuvant or neo adjuvant therapy or in some other stand alone capacity.
The Institute is sponsoring a number of initial research projects. Results of this research will be variously published as projects progress, the outcomes of which will be included in this website.
Further stages of research will be sponsored by the Institute and will be scoped in accordance with initial discoveries and findings.
The research outlined in this web site may also be extended to study other non-cancer diseases for which radiowave therapy is claimed to have an effect. This broadening of the research scope is a matter for the future, as it will require modifications and extensions to the protocols, data management systems, sponsorships and contracts which currently exist in relation to the Institute’s cancer research.