Exploding nanobubbles destroy cancer cells

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Scientists have found a way to use tiny nanoparticles of gold to destroy 100% of the cancer cells in mice.

The engineering is complex, but the nanoparticles tend to cluster around cancer cells, and when heated cause water around them to vaporize, destroying the cells. Human trials expected within two years.


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