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Cancer’s Nano-Cure

The Economist has a story about researchers who believe they have found a way to block the spread of cancer using nanomaterials. I’m nowhere near able to speculate on how ‘real’ this is (nor can you read the article because…
May 9, 2005

The Economist has a story about researchers who believe they have found a way to block the spread of cancer using nanomaterials. I’m nowhere near able to speculate on how ‘real’ this is (nor can you read the article because it’s behind a subscriber wall)…however, Slashdot has a great thread going on it now.

In fact, a cursory search of the news on this specific subject pulled up only one hit – the Slashdot thread. There is, however, a tangentially related piece about research going on at Rice University (which is in Texas, for those wondering).

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