Bacterium with special robots are the new cure for cancer


Researchers attached Nano robots to E.coli bacterium that carry chemotherapy medicine, which kill or hold cancerous cells from multiplying. The robot also contains small magnetic components which allow them to navigate directly to the cancerous cells. The research is at its prime, but in the future might provide a cure for cancer with less side affects.


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