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Scientists Successfully Create 'Grenade' Exterminator Cancer Cells


The findings are claimed to be the all-important findings in nanomedicine or nanomedicine. A group of scientists from the University of Manchester, England succeeded in designing a 'grenade' microscopic who claimed to destroy cancer cells or tumors in the body.
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'Grenade' is in the form of liposomes or small bubbles of fat that will be used to carry and release drugs destroyer of cancer cells in the body. 'Grenade' will react when the body temperature increased.

The experts say, the technology they create proven effective when tested in animals. The findings are claimed to be the all-important findings in nanomedicine or nanomedicine.
"The difficulty is how do you release the drug when they reach the goal," said Prof. Kostas Kostarelos, one of the scientists at the University of Manchester.

"The challenge for us is to try to develop liposomes which is waterproof at normal body temperature but when the temperature increased to 42 degrees Celsius, they will leak," he added, as quoted from bbc.co.uk.
Currently the findings of Prof. Kostas and his colleagues in the process of refinement. Furthermore, a team of experts from the University of Manchester will present these creations in the National Cancer Research Institute conference which will be held next week.

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