Can biofield healing shrink cancer tumors? In this rigorous study, conducted by CHI Scientific Advisor Dr. Lorenzo Cohen and his colleagues at MD Anderson Cancer Center, the scientists examined whether a biofield healer could shrink tumors in mice and whether the biofield therapy also affected key immune markers associated with inflammation and the tumor microenvironment, in a mouse model of cancer. Results showed that compared to the control condition, mice with Lewis lung carcinoma showed slower tumor growth as well as a 45% reduction in pS6, reduced serum levels of cytokines, and other immune changes associated with the tumor microenvironment and inflammation.

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