The Causal Relationship of Anti-Cancer Effect with Physical Activity Evinced by the Consistent Anti-Cancer Effect of the Ou MC Decrescendo Phenomenon

Document Type : Research Articles


1 Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Zhong-Xiao Branch, Taipei City Hospital, Taipei City, Taiwan.

2 Department of Mechanical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA.

3 Department of Occupational Therapy, National Taiwan University, Taipei City, Taiwan.

4 Fuhsing Private School, Taipei City, Taiwan.


A causal relationship between physical activity and cancer prevention has not been firmly established in the medical literature. The Ou MC decrescendo phenomenon treatment (OuDPt) is a self-administered protocol in which placing the contralateral hand on or near the affected area of the body produces a zone of decreased pain or inflammation. OuDPt has also been shown to elicit an anti-cancer effect that consistently induces tumor regression in several cancer types, including uterine, ovarian, and pancreatic cancer, with documented apoptosis and squamous metaplasia in uterine endometrial cancer. The anti-cancer effects of OuDPt are associated with factors such as the frequency, duration, and intensity of treatment, as well as the accessibility and susceptibility of the tumor. This relationship mirrors the dynamics between antibiotics and bacterial infections, where similar factors come into play. Given that OuDPt is self-administered and easy to perform, and produces consistent anti-cancer effects, this procedure could be potentially harnessed for cancer prevention. Further study of the use of OuDPt for cancer prevention is warranted.


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