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Nano Cancer Treatment

Scientists have developed a new process for destroying cancer cells in the brain in which they connect them to iron-plated nanodiscs and vibrate them with magnets.
The nano discs are originally attached to antibodies that seek out cancerous cells, and are transferred. When a light magnetic field is applied, the oscillation causes the cells to self-destruct while healthy cells around are left undamaged.
Scientists working on the project have emphasised that it is still in the early, experimental phases, but the treatment looks like a promising direction.


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