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Tuesday, 15 April 2008 11:27

Nanoparticles to replace chemotherapy

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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Finally, some useful technology

 

Well folks, there you have it, most probably the first human effort toward curing people using modern technology for something that it should have been used long time ago; as opposed to using our meticulously designed equipment to send out penis-enlargement ads.

Kanzius RF Therapy, as it's called, works in a way where nanoparticles are attached to cancer cells and then used to literally cook the aforementioned cells using a certain radio frequency.

The initial testing is successful; there’s just a matter of sorting out the details and finding specific particles that would attach to cancer cells and not the healthy ones.

Let's just hope that this doesn't call for appropriate "cooling solutions," eh.

More here.

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