Invented by an American scientist named Royal Raymond Rife, the medical rife machine produces low-energy electromagnetic waves that are imperceptible to humans. The technology passes these electromagnetic waves through the body to target areas where cancer is present. Rife used the research of another scientist, Dr. Albert Abrams, who theorized that diseases emitted a specific electromagnetic frequency. Using various microscope types, Rife believed he could visualize the auras of microbes and cancer cells and determine their specific electromagnetic frequencies. He theorized that by transmitting an electromagnetic wave that ran at the same frequency as those electrical impulses emitted by cancerous cells, you could eliminate those cells and encourage the shrinking of tumors in cancer patients.