When radiation hits molecules in a cancer tumor, it can cause ionization, electron transfer, and excitation, which can generate free radicals
The newly formed free radicals can destroy cells by causing oxidative stress. Unlike healthy cells, cancer cells lack the ability to repair themselves, making free radicals very effective at cancer cell destruction.
Free radicals also recombine with each other. When this happens they cancel each other out stopping the cancer killing affect.
The Sandstrom Method uses a magentic field generator to restrict the free radicals ability to recombine cancelling each other out, but allows the free radicals to continue killing cancer.
Since the Sandstrom Method restricts the recombining of free radicals, many more free radicals are available to cause cancer cell destruction.