What’s the difference between a bacterium and a nanorobot?
For solid tumor therapy, not that much, according to Sylvain Martel, Professor of Nanorobotics Laboratory in the Department of Computer Engineering, Polytechnique Montreal, Canada. Martel and his colleagues aim to take on solid tumors with magnetic fields and bacteria to deliver cancer drugs (1). Here, we present a summary of the work.
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