Yoshiaki Omura received Oncology Residency Training and Doctor of Science Degree through research on Pharmaco-Electro Physiology of Single Cells in vivo and in vitro from Columbia University. He has published over 250 articles and 7 books. Using his new diagnostic method, which received U.S. patent, he can noninvasively, rapidly measure many neurotransmitters, other chemicals, asbestos, viruses, and bacteria. He developed non-invasive, quick diagnostic methods of malignancies, Alzheimer's disease as well as a method of evaluating the effects of any treatment. He is Diplomate of the American College of Forensic Examiners and Diplomate of the American Board of Forensic Medicine.
Within the past 15 years, we were able to make quick screening of various cancers by analyzing talking voice or coughing sound & visible or invisible changes appearing at organ representation areas of the face, eyebrows, lips, etc. Particularly localized abnormal whitening of hairs or disappearance of hair of eyebrows often indicates potential malignancies and often-invisible cancer abnormalities appear at organ representation area at the lip of right corner of the mouth where the colon is represented. In order to screen cancer all over the body during the past 10 years, we have been successfully able to detect early stage of cancers at various parts of the body using Mouth, Hand & Foot Writing. When the abnormalities appear in all the 6 writings it immediately indicates an existence of one of bone marrow-related malignancies, including various kinds of Leukemia, Multiple Myeloma, Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. These screenings of any cancer at any part of the body can be performed in less than 5 minutes using cancer-screening kit containing about 75 most common cancers microscope tissues & additional ~200 rare cancer screening slide box. Within the past 2 years, using maximum electromagnetic field resonance phenomenon between 2 identical molecules which received a US patent in 1993, we succeeded in detecting various malignancies from rapidly changing QRS complex of ECGs as well as slowly changing, rising part of T-wave of ECGs corresponding to “Vulnerable period for ventricular fibrillation.” Using more than 50 cancer patients’ ECGs without knowing which cancer each patient has, we were able to correctly predict except for 3 patients diagnosis were different with ECG diagnosis, but eventually, those different diagnoses were found to be incorrect and ECG diagnosis was found to be correct. One college Prof. was told that colonoscopy did not show any cancer, but our ECG analysis showed colon cancer. Multiple coexisting cancers can also be detected. Maximum accurate information on cancer from ECGs was found only at maximumdV/start of QRS Complex of ECGs.To get maximum biochemical information, usually QRS complex must have at least 1mV ~ 1.2 mV. Drugs taken within 8~10 hours can often be detected from ECGs.