FORT MYERS, FL.--Human trials of the Kanzius cancer research could come to Lee Memorial Hospital.
"They have called it the greatest find in 20 years of research," said John Kanzius.
Kanzius showed WINK News his original creation back in 2008. It was a machine that may cure cancer.
"Right now we have proved beyond a reasonable doubt that the process works," said Kanzius.
Tuesday, the Kanzius Cancer Foundation reached its ultimate goal which is to get this technology to the Food and Drug Administration and start human trials.
"We have completed our mission, and we are closing our doors on June 30th," said Mark Neidig with the foundation.
If approved by the FDA, those human trials will start at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas.
Then the trials would move to Lee Memorial Hospital in Fort Myers, as well as Erie, Pennsylvania.
"One thing that John Kanzius had asked on his death bed was that his two home towns, the ones that he lived and retired in, Erie and Fort Myers, would be able to be included in the human clinical trials," said Neidig.
The technology promises to kill individual cancer cells by zapping them with radio waves and leaving the rest of the body completley un-harmed.
"If you could get metal in to a cancer cell and only a cancer cell, pass that radio wave by it, you could actually cook that cancer cell," said Neidig.
The foundation will present the research to the FDA in a matter of weeks. Human trials could possibly start in just 6 months.