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Microscopic Nanobombs Blow Apart Breast Cancer Cells

Researchers at the University of Delaware have developed a unique nanobomb that can be used to detect and blow apart cancer cells, more specifically breast cancer cells//. This latest attack on cancer has been detailed in the journals NanoBiotechnology and Oncology Issues by Balaji Panchapakesan...
Nanobombs in Biological News

University of Delaware researchers develop cancer 'nanobomb'

...ve testing and years of clinical trials before the nanobombs could actually be used in medical applications to ...g cancer," Panchapakesan said, explaining that the nanobombs are the result of work over the past two years wit...e intrinsic in nature. Panchapakesan said the nanobombs are just that, tiny bombs on the nanoscale. "They ...
Nanobombs in other areas

Nanobombs aim to eradicate cancer | Science Blog

Panchapakesan said the nanobombs are just that, tiny bombs on the nanoscale. ... Nanobombs can be used to target any remaining cancerous cells and can be used in ...

ECE Professor Developing Cancer Nanobomb

Panchapakesan said the nanobombs are just that, tiny bombs on the nanoscale. ... Nanobombs can be used to target any remaining cancerous cells and can be used in ...

University Of Delaware Researchers Develop Cancer 'Nanobomb'

University of Delaware researchers are opening a new front in the war on cancer, bringing to bear new nanotechnologies ... said the nanobombs are just that, ...

The Cancer Nanobomb

medgadget -- medical ... Panchapakesan said the nanobombs are just that, tiny bombs on ... The nanobombs are superior to a variety of current treatments ...

Re: CHENEY HAS NANOBOMBS IN HIS CHEST? OH PLEEZE!

Alternative News and Views, Reported by Agents Around the World, 24 hours a day ... nanobombs placed inside his chest just waiting for the : right time to ...

CHENEY HAS NANOBOMBS IN HIS CHEST? OH PLEEZE!

Alternative News and Views, Reported by Agents Around the World, 24 hours a day ... "Nanobombs?" I asked, with an eyebrow raised. ...
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