Donate Today

Donate Today

Every day and every dollar brings the Kanzius Noninvasive Radiowave Cancer Treatment research closer to a "better way" to treat cancer!
 

Help Support Kanzius Today »

Sign up for the Kanzius newsletter!Newsletter Sign Up

Stay updated on news regarding the Kanzius Foundation and the Kanzius Noninvasive Radiowave Cancer Treatment by receiving our quarterly newsletter, the wave!

Like This Page

 

Media Library

 

Bringing Kanzius Cancer Research Successes to DC

 

Kanzius Cancer Research Founadation's Executive Director, Mark Neidig, meets face-to-face with U.S. Senators Pat Toomey (R-PA) and Bob Casey (D-PA) to tell about the progress made in the research of the Kanzius Noninvasive Radiowave Cancer Treatment and plans to submit the findings to the Food and Drug Administration.

 
Added on November 14, 2013
 

Research Update: The Kanzius Labs

 

Research update with lead Kanzius researcher, Dr. Steven Curley, and staff. The video tours the Kanzius lab at MD Anderson Cancer Center  in Houston, Texas where Dr. Curley's team of 18 researchers, all with diverse expertise, is trageting cancer in the ongoing research with the Kanzius Noninvasive Radiowave Cancer Treatment. The video features lab equiptment that has been purchased from the support of donations through the Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation. 

 
Added on October 15, 2013
 

Research Update: The Process of the Kanzius Treatment

 

Research update with lead Kanzius researcher, Dr. Steven Curley, and staff. The video tours the Kanzius lab at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas and discusses the process of treating cancer cells in the lab with the Kanzius Noninvasivae Radiowave Cancer Treatment. Also, Dr. Curley states that the process from research to human trials should be speeding up, as he is anticipating a meeting with the FDA in 2014. 
 

 
Added on October 15, 2013
 

Research Update: The Kanzius Machine

 

Research update with lead Kanzius researcher, Dr. Steven Curley, and staff. The video tours the Kanzius lab at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas, taking an in-depth look at the large fifth generation Kanzius RF device.

 
Added on October 15, 2013
 

Research Update: Hope of the Kanzius Treatment

 

Research update with lead Kanzius researcher, Dr. Steven Curley, and staff. The video tours the Kanzius lab at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas. The video discusses the promise of the Kanzius Noninvasive Radiowave Cancer Treatment, and the hope the treatment offers for the future of cancer.

 
Added on October 15, 2013
 

President Nixon's War on Cancer

 

On December 23, 1971, President Richard Nixon declared the War on Cancer. Now, 42 years later, too many people are still suffering from this dreaded disease. The research of the Kanzius Noninvasive Radiowave Cancer Treatment offers hope for "a better way" to treat cancer.

 
Added on June 20, 2013
 

Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation- 'Better Way' PSA

 

"A better way" to treat cancer is possible! The research of the Kanzius Noninvasive Radiowave Cancer Treatment -a cancer treatment with no side effects- can change the lives of those who have become victims of this dreaded disease. 

 
Added on January 17, 2013
 

faces2012 Luncheon (Part 5 of 5)- Glenn Beck

 

Part 5 of 5: Audio and video from "Keeping an American Dream Alive: Session and Luncheon with Glenn Beck" at  faces2012 national conference. Kanzius Cancer Research Foundaion's executive director, Mark Neidig, introduces Kevin Balfe, an employee of Glenn Beck, who shares the story of how he came across the Kanzius Foundation (audio). Kevin then introduces Glenn Beck. Beck's full speech is a video recording, begins at 4:55. 

 
Added on November 28, 2012
 

faces2012 Luncheon (Part 2 of 5)- Coins for Kanzius

 

Part 2 of 5: Audio from "Keeping an American Dream Alive: Session and Luncheon with Glenn Beck" at faces2012 national conference. MaryLou Deluca, a representative of the Northwestern Region of the Pennsylvania State Education Association, discusses the partnership with the Kanzius Foundation and their involvement with the Coins for Kanzius program. Following MaryLou Deluca is Robbie Kreitz, a teacher from California, who shares how she came across the fundraising initiative and how she plans to support the research.

 
Added on November 28, 2012
 

faces2012 Luncheon (Part 3 of 5)- The Sunflower Club

 

Part 3 of 5: Audio from "Keeping an American Dream Alive: Session and Luncheon with Glenn Beck" at faces2012 national conference. Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation board memeber, Dean Piccirillo, discusses the significance behind the lunch menu. He introduces introduces The Sunflower Club and their generous gift of $50,000. The Sunflower Club president, Tom Walsh,speaks on behalf of the club and presents the check.

 
Added on November 28, 2012
 

faces2012 Luncheon (Part 4 of 5)- The Young People's Chorus of Erie

 

Part 4 of 5: Audio from "Keeping an American Dream Alive: Session and Luncheon with Glenn Beck" at faces2012 national conference. The Young People's Chorus of Erie, Pennsylvania provided vocal entertainment during the luncheon. Alyson Amendola Cummings, executive director of the YPC, introduces the Chorus.

 
Added on November 28, 2012
 

faces2012 Luncheon (Part 1 of 5)- Toni Dillon and Jeff Ludrof

 

Part 1 of 5: Audio from "Keeping an American Dream Alive: Session and Luncheon with Glenn Beck" at faces2012 national conference. Cancer patient Toni Dillon opens the luncheon by sharing her personal battle with cancer. Her story is followed by Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation board memeber, Jeff Ludrof, who gives recognition to all those individuals and groups who have held fundraisers for the foundation in support of the research.

 
Added on November 27, 2012
 

Spread the Wave Video

 

(Skip forward to 2:12 for "How the Treatment Works")

 
Added on November 13, 2012
 

Erie Hosts First Kanzius Foundation National Conference

 

Local news clip on faces2012 conference.

 
Added on November 8, 2012
 

Scott Burton- Funny Cancer Survivor Speaker

 

Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation is excited to announce that Scott Burton, award-winning comedian, world-class juggler and cancer survivor, will be featured during the closing “Don’t Stop Believing” session on Saturday, October 27th from 3:30-4:30 p.m. The 20-year survivor of osteosarcoma will end faces2012 with his inspiring and entertaining message “Looking for Laughter in All the Wrong Places!”

 
Added on September 18, 2012
 

Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation faces2012 Press Conference 9/18/12

 

September 18, 2012 (Erie Pa) Executive Director of the Kanzius Cancer Research Foundationl, Mark Neidig, introduces researcher Dr. Dustin Kruse and a revised conference schedule featuring comedian and cancer survivor Scott Burton.

 
Added on September 18, 2012
 

Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation faces2012 Press Conference

 

At the Ambassador Conference Center (Erie, Pa) on September 6th, 2012, Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation's executive director, Mark Neidig announces their keynote speaker for the foundation's first national conference, faces2012.Please visit www.faces2012.org for more information. Click here to read press release.

 
Added on September 6, 2012
 

Kanzius Stands Up to Cancer (SU2C) NBC/CBC

 

Each and every day, Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation stands up to cancer (SU2C), insisting on "a better way" to treat the disease with the Kanzius Noninvasive Radiowave Cancer Treatment. The Kanzius Foundation's executive director, Mark Neidig, speaks on Stand Up to Cancer Day (SU2C).

 
Added on September 5, 2012
   

Kanzius Stands Up to Cancer (SU2C) ABC/FOX

 

Each and every day, Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation stands up to cancer (SU2C), insisting on "a better way" to treat the disease with the Kanzius Noninvasive Radiowave Cancer Treatment. The Kanzius Foundation's executive director, Mark Neidig, speaks on Stand Up to Cancer Day (SU2C).

 
Added on September 5, 2012
 

MAKING WAVES OP ED LIVE: We're making strides against cancer

 

Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation's Executive Director, Mark Neidig, reads "MAKING WAVES: We're making strides against cancer" in the first edition of MAKING WAVES OP ED LIVE.

 
Added on August 6, 2012
 

"A Cure for Cancer? Perhaps" Glenn Beck on Kanzius

 

December 2011- Glenn Beck discusses the Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation and the promising research of the Kanzius Noninvasive Radiowave Cancer Treatment.

 
Added on December 9, 2011
 

Celebration Rally

 

Recorded webcast of the Celebration Rally that took place at Perry Square in Erie, Pennsylvania on Thursday, April 28th, 2011.

 
Added on April 28, 2011
 

Kanzius and Pepsi Refresh Project commercial airs during The Today Show

 

This one-minute commercial about the Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation Noninvasive Radiowave Cancer Treatment project was produced by Pepsi and aired during the Today Show in nine major markets. This project was voted "America's most refreshing idea" and recipient of a $250,000 grant from the Pepsi Refresh Everything Project in April 2010.

 
Added on October 25, 2010
 

Pepsi Refresh Commercial: Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation

 

This one-minute commercial about the Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation non-invasive radiowave cancer treatment was produced by Pepsi to be aired on the Today Show in nine major markets. This project was America's most refreshing idea and recipient of a $250,000 grant from the Pepsi Refresh Everything Project in April 2010.

 
Added on October 1, 2010
 

You Can Spread The Wave!

 

Learn how you can spread the wave of hope for a cancer treatment that has no side effects!

 
Added on September 2, 2010
 

Kanzius Cancer Research at NEA 2010

 

Watch this video to hear an urgent message from KCRF's Mark Neidig speaking with Bettye Hooks, an attendee at the National Education Association (NEA) annual conference in New Orleans where KCRF is continuing to Spread the Wave!

 
Added on July 24, 2010
 

Pepsi Refresh Rally, Erie, PA

 

 
Added on May 3, 2010
 

KCRF in Times Square (April 2010)

 

 
Added on April 24, 2010
 

Help Conor, Help KCRF

 

Spread the Wave With your help Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation can win $250,000 from the Pepsi Refresh Project. But we need your vote today - and every day throughout the month of April - at http://www.RefreshEverything.com/KanziusCancerResearch.

 
Added on April 15, 2010
 

Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation - 'Spread the Wave'

 

Watch "Spread the Wave" to learn more about John Kanzius and the science behind the Kanzius Noninvasive Radio Wave Cancer Treatment.

 
Added on March 31, 2010
 

The Kanzius Machine- 60 Minutes

 

John Kanzius fought his leukemia head on, inventing a machine that may someday offer effective treatment for cancers without the side effects of radiation and chemotherapy. Lesley Stahl reports. (Original Air Date: Oct. 18, 2009)

 
Added on October 8, 2009
 

John Kanzius Research Briefing (Part 6 of 6)

 

 
Added on September 15, 2009
 

John Kanzius Research Briefing (Part 5 of 6)

 

 
Added on September 14, 2009
 

John Kanzius Research Briefing (Part 4 of 6)

 

 
Added on September 11, 2009
 

John Kanzius Research Briefing (Part 3 of 6)

 

 
Added on September 3, 2009
 

John Kanzius Research Briefing (Part 2 of 6)

 

 
Added on September 2, 2009
 

John Kanzius Research Briefing (Part 1 of 6)

 

Exclusive video coverage of Dr. Steven Curley of M.D. Anderson Cancer Center discussing the latest update on the cancer-killing device created by the late John Kanzius.

 
Added on August 31, 2009
 

Facebook Us!