Drug makers, or Big Pharma, simply don’t make money on healthy people. They literally bank on the diseases we contract, to perpetuate their business in the drug manufacturing industry. Dangerous solutions are often commercialized as the big miracle, when often these drugs don’t work effectively to treat now common ailments, such as cancerous tumors.
In 2012, South Korean scientists discovered a medical breakthrough treating cancer cells. They discovered the use of magnetic fields and their properties in the ability to get cancer cells to self-destruct. The process which is called programmed cell death (PCD) can occur naturally within the body when rejected cells respond to signals to trigger a fragmentation. Immune cells then consume these fragments, helping to maintain a healthy body.
The scientists have discovered a way to help trigger the PCD, or apoptosis, which can assist in the prevention of tumors developing.
“We have demonstrated that apoptosis signaling can be turned on in-vitro (in the laboratory) and in a zebra fish in-vivo (living) model by using a magnetic switch,” the scientists said during one interview. “Our magnetic switch may be broadly applicable to any type of surface membrane receptors that exhibit cellular functions on clustering.” 
The most current article from the Belfast Telegraph is a recycled version of the 2012 articles on the subject, without introducing anything new to the subject matter. Although any subject proclaiming the cure for cancer is to be examined, new additions to the South Korean lab testing are difficult to find. Was Lisa Garber right in her 2012 article featured on infowars.com titled Soon Censored? Korean Scientists Successfully Kill Cancer with Magnets, correct in her assumption?
 Magnets kill cancer cells in lab. Retrieved from [Belfast Telegraph, UK]. http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/world-news/magnets-kill-cancer-cells-in-lab-28871216.html
 Mi Hyeon Cho, Eun Jung Lee, Mina Son, Jae-Hyun Lee, Dongwon Yoo, Ji-wook Kim, Seung Woo Park, Jeon-Soo Shin, & Jinwoo Cheon, (2012). A magnetic switch for the control of cell death signalling in in vitro and in vivo systems. Retrieved from [Nature Materials]. http://www.nature.com/nmat/journal/v11/n12/full/nmat3430.html
 Garber, L. (2012). Soon Censored? Korean Scientists Successfully Kill Cancer with Magnets. Soon Censored? Korean Scientists Successfully Kill Cancer with Magnets