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Electronics in medicine: RF therapy for malignancy: Heating of malignant tissues (hyperthermia) by RF radiation presents a new tool in the arsenal of weapons against cancer

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Medical researchers around the world report that the use of such radiation to heat malignant tissue to the hyperthermic range (42 to 43.5°C) appears to be a safe and efficient means for either destroying the cancer cells or making them more susceptible to other forms of treatment.

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Spectrum, IEEE  (Volume:17 ,  Issue: 12 )