How x-rays cure
In the late 1800's and early 1900's, pioneering scientists William Roentgen, Henri Becquerel, and Pierre and Marie Curie first discovered and explored X-rays. The term "X" was first used because the rays were not well understood.
X-rays were first used at low doses for medical imaging. Since the 1940's, X-rays have been used at high doses for weapons and nuclear power. X-rays are now a potent cure for cancer.
X-rays at low doses have been newly discovered to help cure a number inflammatory and infectious conditions. Novel CureRaysTM technology creates x-rays at a specific doses to treat these conditions and make treatments safe and more accessible.
"Low doses of x-rays have been used to treat cancer and many inflammatory conditions for decades. We're aiming to add COVID-19 to that list and mobilize novel CureRaysTM technology to bring treatment to the bedside."
-Clay Hess MD MPH