Summary: Cancer-seeking nanorobots that choke off tumors has just been announced by an international collaboration between Arizona State University and NCNST. [This article first appeared on LongevityFacts. Author: Brady Hartman. ] In a major advancement in medicine, an international team of scientists has successfully created nanorobots that shrink tumors by cutting off their blood supply. Years spent developing nanobots are finally bearing fruit, thanks… Continue reading "ASU researchers unveil cancer-seeking nanorobots that starve tumors"
Summary: In a medical first, scientists at CWRU have inhibited metastasis – the spread of cancer cells to another part of the body. [This article first appeared on LongevityFacts. Author: Brady Hartman. ] In a first of its kind victory, researchers from the Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) School of Medicine and six other institutions have inhibited the spread of cancer cells from one… Continue reading "CWRU researchers block cancer’s spread to body with novel technique"
(Video) View the Future of Medicine with Nanorobots, Weaponized Killer T-cells, Lab-grown Organs, and Gene Editing
Summary: (video) Could weaponized killer T-cells, medical nanorobots, lab-grown organs, and gene editing be in our future? A new film clip from CATS gives us a glimpse of what science has in store. This article first appeared on LongevityFacts.com, follow us on Google+ or Reddit. Author: Brady Hartman. The Cambridge Academy of Therapeutic Sciences gives us a fantastic video preview of the future of medicine. In a… Continue reading "(Video) View the Future of Medicine with Nanorobots, Weaponized Killer T-cells, Lab-grown Organs, and Gene Editing"
Summary: Nanodocs are medical nanorobots that work from inside like a tiny doctor. The authors of a recent research study say we may be able to swallow the doctor sooner than we think. Once considered science fiction, the ability to “swallow the surgeon” – using medical nanobots to diagnose and treat disease from inside the body – is becoming a… Continue reading "Four Ways We Can “Swallow the Doctor” (Nanodocs, the medical nanorobots)"