Sequentially Programmed Magnetic Field Therapy Offers Ray of Hope for Brain Tumor (GBM) Patients

SBF Healthcare Receives US, Singapore & Russian Patents, European CE Certification and ISO 9001:2008 & ISO 13485 Certification

Bangalore-based SBF Healthcare & Research Centre (SHRC) today announced that after treating 300 cases suffering from cancer, especially Brain Tumors like Glioblastoma Multiforme (GBM) – SPMF® therapy, is surely set to offer a ray of hope and much needed medical intervention in the treatment of brain tumors. GBM being a very common form of brain tumor occurring worldwide with very little or no chance of survival, has been successfully treated and patients have gone back to their normal routine. The only available mode of treatment today anywhere in the world, was surgery followed by radiation and chemotherapy. But recurrence is definite and loss of life is almost inevitable.

For the very first time, new technology of SPMF therapy, which is essentially based on MRI technology, has shown definitive results and has offered hope for thousands of patients across the world. SPMF Therapy is performed for one hour every day for 28 consecutive days. The patient is evaluated using MRI and the Karnofsky Performance Score (KPS) which are gold standards for evaluating the efficacy of a therapy. Patients can go about their normal activity during the treatment. It halts the progression of the disease and improves quality of life and survival period. It also improves the patient’s emotional and psychological wellbeing.

SBF Healthcare has also received the prestigious US Patent and CE Certification. It has also received Singapore and Russian Patents. Is currently awaiting Australian and European Patents. SBF Healthcare also received ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 13485 certificates. These credentials are just an added proof of how an Indian invention/innovation pioneered by Wg Cdr (Dr). V G Vasishta (Retd) is all set to offer relief to the highly prevalent cancer cases around the world. SPMF Therapy is India’s contribution to the world of medicine and is set to revolutionize the treatment of some forms of cancer. The number of overseas patients who have been successfully treated here at Bangalore is a firm testament to the efficacy of this therapy and how eager the medical world was for such a breakthrough.

SBF Healthcare and Research Centre (SHRC) was founded in 2006. Pioneered by Wg Cdr.(Retd.) Dr Vasishta, SHRC was first in the world to use of SPMF Therapy in the treatment of cancer. SPMF is delivered by the device AKTIS SOMA® invented by Dr. Vasishta. SBF Centers are currently located at Bangalore, Mumbai, Pune and Chennai.

Speaking at the occasion Wg Cdr (Dr.) V. G. Vasishta, Founder & CEO, SBF Healthcare said, “I am delighted to announce that we are formally launching our cancer treatment after treating more than 300 cases. SPMF therapy that we have pioneered has not only offered a ray of hope and gift of life to brain tumor patients, but has also been recognized worldwide as proven by the numerous patents and certificates we have received. The results of the therapy have been published in many international peer reviewed scientific journals.  It is a historical movement for India as this therapy is our export to the western world in the treatment of certain forms of cancer. SPMF therapy will be a game changer for brain cancer treatment across the world”.

THE THERAPY: SPMF is also being used to treat Osteoarthritis (OA). This therapy is a non-surgical treatment that helps both regenerate cells in OA and degenerate cells in cancer. It has proved to be effective in the treatment of OA and certain types of cancer. SPMF Therapy is a technology that produces highly complex sequentially programmed magnetic fields, which are computer-controlled and can be precisely focused on to the target tissues with the help of laser guides.


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