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Scientists Developing Implant Smaller Than A Crayon That Doctors Hope Will Cure Cancer In 60 DAYS

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Scientists are developing an implant smaller than a crayon that they hope will cure cancer in just 60 days. Researchers from seven states led by Rice University in Houston, Texas, have developed a three-inch implantable device that works as both a cancer detection system and a drug administration system. Doctors determine what drugs a patient needs and then put that drug into the device to be released into their body. The hybrid advanced molecular manufacturing regulator – or HAMMR – is full of sensors that monitor fast-mutating cancer cells and adjusts the release of immunotherapy drugs based on a patient’s response… (READ MORE)

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