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Nanotechnology could revolutionize branches of medicine that deal with life-threatening diseases like cancer
Nanotechnology could revolutionize branches of medicine that deal with life-threatening diseases like cancer, Russian Federal Science & Innovations Agency head Sergei Mazurenko said Wednesday. Speaking live on the Mayak radio station, Mazurenko said nanotechnology could create a whole range of innovative treatment options, from nanorobots removing cholesterol plaques from blood vessels to nanoparticle-targeted cancer therapies that attach anti-cancer drugs to nanoparticles for targeted delivery to tumor cells. Mazurenko said nanotechnology did not emerge until the 1980s, when the tunneling effect was discovered. This discovery gave rise to scanning probe microscopes, which enabled scientists to use individual atoms and molecules to create new materials with preset physical and chemical properties. He said one of the achievements of nanoscience that the public in Russia could benefit from already is a 100% digestible beta-carotene solution
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