‘Fifth Symphony’ by Beethoven destroys cancer cells

‘Fifth Symphony’ by Beethoven destroys cancer cells

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From Study of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro.


A ‘Fifth Symphony’ by Beethoven is one of the most famous compositions of classical music and, according to a new Brazilian study, may help cure cancer.The survey, conducted by the Program Oncobiology Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, analyzed MCF-7 cells, which are linked to breast cancer. By exposing these cells to the famous theme, one in five eventually died, which enthusiastically involved.
The study, which began in May 2010, is to allow them to develop new prospects for cure of malignant tumors, using tones and frequencies, explains the newspaper ‘O Globo’.
Already on the official unit Oncobiology univesidade of that, the charge of the study, Marcia Capella, states that have already used other musical compositions, Masner always with the same results.
“We began our work using three compositions: Sonata for 2 Pianos in D Major” by Mozart [known to cause the ‘Mozart effect’, a temporary increase in spatial-temporal reasoning of an individual], the ‘Fifth Symphony’ Beethoven and ‘Atmosphères’ [the Hungarian György Ligeti], a contemporary composition, which is characterized mainly by the absence of a melodic line that reflects the theme, “he says.
According to expert, the composition of Mozart, caused no change in cells, but the Beethoven and Ligeti have killed an average of 20% of them, besides the “decrease in size and granularity.”

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