Electronic Medicine: Dotto Ring uses magnetic fields to cure cancer

Every mechanism in the human body down to the orientation of the DNA is ultimately based on electromagnetic fields interacting. The Dotto Ring was created by the Italian scientist Gianni A. Dotto, who was born in Venice, and was son of a prominent engineer who was the designer of two hydro-electric generating plants on both the American and Canadian sides of Niagara Falls.

Dotto became an American citizen and maintained his apparatus at the University of Dayton, Ohio, where he experimented with cancer treatment. According to Dotto, the magnetic charge of the genetic code is maintained at the proper level by the electrical property of the double helix, which functions as a common transformer; where the voltage of the primary and the secondary winding is proportional to the number of the turns of the coils.

If the DNA double helix of a cancer cell has a lesser number of turns than the DNA double helix of a normal cell; consequently, the number of base pairs per turns will be greater. Greater base pairs per turn of the double helix and eagerness of completing the outer electron orbiting of the atomic structure of the nucleous leads to a greater capability of reproduction of the DNA.

By applying to the human body voltage, EMF and magnetic intensity similar to the value existing in the DNA of normal cells (in the human between the ages of 35 and 55) a voltage of 45 to 70 millivolts maintains a linearity of 10 base pairs per turn in the double helix (Crick-Watson). The DNA of the cancer cell adjusts itself to the proper level of functionality, regardless of cell condition, since absorbed energy will be inversely proportional to the existing cell energy level.

Different researchers using different approaches and different theoretical assumptions have achieved affects on cancer cells. A common thread is that an electromagnetic field has been used to achieve this. My experience leads me to believe that pre-malignant cells can be returned to normal function and malignant cells can be prevented from achieving mitosis with properly applied low power electromagnetic fields.

Electomagnetic fields will be used in the future to detect abnormalities (which the FSCAN can do today) and the same fields used to diagnose a condition will be used to treat the condition successfully. Today, we use such fields in MRI and other devices extensively for diagnosis. We need to apply this same approach to treatment. This is the future of medicine. The Tricorder in Star Trek is not science fiction, but a demo of what is to come.


  • Benoît Posted May 19, 2010 9:34 am

    Have you further real life information with the Dotto Ring?
    The only site showing an operational device seems to be http://www.dottoring.com – and the best article is from Nexus Magazine.

  • Jeff Sutherland Posted May 19, 2010 9:38 am

    Wow, you are commenting today on a posting from eight years ago! Today my approach to cancer is documented at http://frequencyfoundation.blogspot.com/2009/12/carcinogenesis-stopping-it-with.html

    • Unknown Posted January 17, 2016 10:36 am

      Where is the closest location to me in Columbus, Ohio I can be treated for basil cell? My mother died in July for Basel inside her bladder and thereabouts. I have tumor on my collar bone cut off 4 different places it popped up. Now they want to do Mohs, leave a large hole to be covered with skin graft. I have refused as barbaric waiting for alternative. I'm guessing is inside my throat.

      • Dr Jeff Sutherland Posted January 11, 2017 9:11 pm

        Curaderm.com is the best approach to basal cell these days.

  • cecilgrass Posted July 29, 2010 9:47 am

    Very excited about this. In conjunction with medical software systems like the one at http://www.drfirst.com, health care is greatly advancing it's ability to deliver better care faster and it's just fascinating to see that we've gotten to a point where technology is as viable a medical solution as pharmacology.

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